Linguistic Minorities in Central and Eastern Europe

Christina Bratt Paulston, Donald Peckham
Multilingual Matters, 1998 - 289 páginas
This text aims to provide an introductory study of linguistic minorities in Central and Eastern Europe taking into account historical development, present situation, language maintenance and shift as well as language and educational policies of each country included in this study.

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Christina Bratt Paulston is a professor of linguistics at the Department of Linguistics, University of Pittsburgh. Her academic training has been at Carleton College, University of Minnesota, and Columbia University. She has published in the fields of language teaching, teacher training, language planning, bilingual education, and sociolinguistics. She was President of TESOL in 1976 and trustee of the Center of Applied Linguistics from 1976-81. Don Peckham (MA, University of Pittsburgh, 1995) is a doctoral candidate in linguistics with specialization in second language acquisition at the University of Pittsburgh. He is currently an assistant lecturer at Jozsef Attila University in Szeged, Hungary.

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