African Languages, Development and the State

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needed to prepare for official registration, the actual founding initiative dated from 1981-2.

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a
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b
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c
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d
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e
Epstein, A.L. (1978) Ethos and Identity: Three Studies in Ethnicity, London: Tavistock.

f
Fabian, J. (1986) Language and Colonial Power: the Appropriation of Swahili in the former Belgian Congo, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Fardon, R. and Furniss, G. (1991) ‘Language and languages: frontiers and boundaries’, paper read at the conference on ‘African languages, development and the state’, Centre of African Studies (University of London), and EIDOS, London, April.
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