Linguistic Genocide in Education, or Worldwide Diversity and Human Rights?

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction xix
  • Contents xix
  • Part I - Setting the Scene 1
  • Chapter 1 - What is Happening to the Languages of the World 3
  • Contents 3
  • Notes 59
  • Chapter 2 - Connections Between Biodiversity and Linguistic and Cultural Diversitye 63
  • Contents 63
  • Notes 97
  • Chapter 3 - Mother Tongue(s), Culture, Ethnicity, and Self-Determination 101
  • Contents 101
  • Notes 203
  • Chapter 4 - Linguistic Diversity -- Curse or Blessing? to Be Maintained or Not? Why? 209
  • Contents 209
  • Notes 284
  • Part II - Linguistic Genocide, State Policies, and Globalisation 289
  • Chapter 5 - State Policies Towards Languages -- Linguistic Genocide, Language Death, or Support for Languages? 291
  • Contents 291
  • Notes 374
  • Chapter 6 - Globalisation, Power, and Control 379
  • Contents 379
  • Notes 471
  • Part III - Struggle Against Linguistic Genocide and for Linguistic Human Rights in Education 477
  • Chapter 7 - Linguistic Human Rights 479
  • Contents 479
  • Notes 563
  • Chapter 8 - Linguistic Human Rights in Education? 567
  • Contents 567
  • Notes 645
  • Chapter 9 - Alternatives to Genocide and Dystopia 651
  • Contents 651
  • Notes 667
  • Bibliography 669
  • Preface to Indexes 737
  • Author/Person Index 739
  • Languages and Peoples Index 755
  • Countries/States Index 763
  • Subject Index 769
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