The Green Book of Language Revitalization in Practice
Leanne Hinton, Kenneth Hale
BRILL, Oct 8, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 468 pages
With world-wide environmental destruction and globalization of economy, a few languages, especially English, are spreading, while thousands others are disappearing, taking with them cultural, philosophical and environmental knowledge systems and oral literatures. This book serves as a manual of effective practices in language revitalization. This book was previously published by Academic Press under ISBN 978-01-23-49354-5.
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