5 edition of Motivation in language planning and language policy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -207) and index.
|Series||Multilingual matters ;, 119, Multilingual matters (Series) ;, 119.|
|LC Classifications||P40.5.L35 A54 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||210 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||210|
|ISBN 10||1853595292, 1853595284|
|LC Control Number||00068233|
Due to its theoretical and educational significance within the language learning process, the study of L2 motivation has been an important area of second language acquisition research for several decades. Over the last few years L2 motivation research has taken an exciting new turn by focusing increasingly on the language learner’s situated identity and various self-perceptions.5/5(1). When language policy and planning first became widely practiced in the s and s, LPP specialists believed that their newly emerging understanding of language in society could be implemented in practical programs of “modernization” and “development” that would have important benefits for “developing” societies. The major achievement of this early period of LPP was a deeper.
Language Policy Language policy is sometimes used as a synonym to a language planning. However, Language policy refers to the more general linguistic, political and social goals underlying the actual language planning process. 4. In short, "language policy" is the expression of the ideological orientations and views, and "language planning" is. motivation and its sources to meet the students’ particular needs. Instrumental and Integrative Motivation Within the field of language learning, the typical model is the division made between integrative and instrumental motivation (Gardner & Lambert, , cited in Chalak & Kassaian ). If a.
language or any of its varieties can be regarded as an act of language planning and language policy. The choice, for example, of one particular language or one particular variety of a language as the official national medium of communication is one such measure at the national level, as is the development of a writing system for a particular. 1. the language learner decides to engage in language learning 2. the language learner persists over time and interruptions 3. the language learner maintains a high activity level Dörnyei’s Model Dörnyei was also concerned with expanding the model of motivation beyond two orientations, specifically in a .
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In this book he introduces his motive framework for language policy and planning, of which the proposed components are: identity, ideology, image, insecurity, inequality, integration, and instrumentality.
Each subsequent chapter then looks at language policy and planning Cited by: The aim of this book is to investigate motives for action on language. Seven seem to recur: identity, insecurity, ideology, image, inequality, integration and instrumentality. The author relates those to wider issues of personal and social motivation, discussing the language strategies, plans and policies of a number of individuals, communities and states.
Get this from a library. Motivation in language planning and language policy. [D E Ager] -- "The aim of this book is to investigate motives for action on language behaviour, whether this means corpus, status or acquisition planning.
Motivation is complex, usually involving at least three. Motivation in Language Planning and Language Policy by Dennis E. Ager,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Download Citation | Motivation in Language Planning and Language Policy | The aim of this book is to investigate motives for action on language.
Seven seem to recur: identity, insecurity, ideology. The aim of this book is to investigate the motives for action on language behavior, whether this means corpus, status, or acquisition planning.
It examines such questions as why individuals, groups, and governments try to influence their own or others' language behavior or language attitudes, and what drives authorities to try to control, favor, or repress particular forms of language in use Cited by: Buy Motivation in Language Planning and Language Policy (Multilingual Matters) 1st Edition by Ager, Dennis E (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Reviews: 2.
() argue that language policy and language planning are two different concepts: language policy i s about decision-making and goal-setting; language planning is about implementing policies to.
Motivation in Language Planning and Language Policy 作者: Dennis E. Ager 出版社: Multilingual Matters 出版年: 页数: 定价: GBP 装帧: Paperback ISBN: Language planning refers to various efforts by governments to create policies or plans around issues of language. There are several different reasons why it might be necessary.
Review of “Motivation in Language Planning and Policy” by Dennis Ager Author(s): Joe Mac Donnacha Source: Language Problems and Language Planning, Vol Issue 1, Janp. 77. This chapter has been compiled to provide an overview of the language policing and planning (LPP) field, particularly for new researchers who would like to pursue their MA or PhD.
It aims to explore the following: the genesis of LPP from the s to date, type of research questions pertinent to the field, methodology that can be applied, substantial literature review and case studies that.
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Find items in libraries near you. Explicit language planning and policy making in the United States−when it does occur−tends to be done at the state, local, or institutional levels, or within rather limited domains of federal priorities, such as those related to defense or national security.
Beyond formal policies, implicit language practices sometimes have more influence. Language Planning for Social Inclusion. Richard B. Baldauf Jr. and Md. Obaid Hamid Language planning, sometimes classified as a part of sociolinguistics or as applied linguistics, had as one of its foundational concerns in the s the way language serves to reproduce social inequality, and this continues to be the focus of more recent developments in critical language planning (as opposed to.
Language Policy contributes to the growth of the field by publishing high-quality studies that help build a sound theoretical understanding of the subject area.
It presents papers that deal with the widest range of cases, situations and regions. This journal covers both language policy and educational policy. Part: chapter Title / Author Comments; Part I: Theoretical perspectives in language policy: Since, as Ricento points out, there is no “overarching theory of LP and planning” (p.
10), this part presents a range of theoretical approaches that have had an important influence on LP research: seven informative chapters that paint LP as a truly multidisciplinary field. Language Planning and Policy 1. History of language Planning and Policy • Language planning and policy was revitalized again mostly after the newly independent states, in the post-colonial era, needed to reconstruct their identity (including language) in a context of multi- ethno-linguistic diverse populace.
Language planning (also known as language engineering) is a deliberate effort to influence the function, structure or acquisition of languages or language varieties within a speech community.
Robert L. Cooper () defines language planning as "the activity of preparing a normative orthography, grammar, and dictionary for the guidance of writers and speakers in a non-homogeneous speech. The focus of this book is the methodology implemented and the results obtained over the course of a year-long action research project on language and education in St.
Eustatius, commissioned by the educational authorities in both St. Eustatius and the European Netherlands. community language planning and policy by means of eight steps to language revitalization. The remain-ing chapters each address a particular context for language planning and activities: polices for education and documentation (Chapter 3), and policies for .Language policy is an interdisciplinary academic field.
Some scholars such as Joshua A. Fishman and Ofelia Garcia consider it as part of the other hand, other scholars such as Bernard Spolsky, Robert B. Kaplan and Joseph Lo Bianco argue that language policy is a branch of applied linguistics.
As a field, language policy used to be known as language planning and is related. book review Language maintenance, revival and shift in the sociology of religion edited by Rajeshwari Vijay Pandharipande, Maya Khemlani David and Miriam Eisenstein Ebsworth, Bristol, Multilingual Matters,xiv+ pp., $ (hardback), ISBN .