Living Through Languages: An African Tribute to René Dirven

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Christa Van der Walt
Sun Press, 2006 - 179 pages
Living through Languages: An African Tribute to René Dirven is a collection of scholarly research meant to honour the various facets of his academic legacy, which includes language policy and politics, language acquisition (specifically in multilingual societies), the role of English and English language teaching, and a life-long interest in cognitive linguistics.

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Contents

A case study
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Mismatch or misfit? Critical perspectives on language policy development
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Observing trilingual language acquisition in two preschool children
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