Linguistic policies and the survival of regional languages in France and Britain
by Judge, AnnePublished by : Palgrave Macmillan, 2007 (Basingstoke [England]; New York) Physical details: xii, 265 p. ill., maps ill ISBN:9781403949837; 1403949832.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 236-256) and index.
The rise of French as an official national language -- The rise of English as an official language -- Regional languages official elsewhere: Basque, Catalan, Flemish and Alsatian -- Regional languages not official elsewhere: Breton, Corsican, Franco-Provencal, Occitan and the Langues d'oil -- Revitalising the regional languages of France -- The regional languages of England and Wales: Welsh and Cornish -- The regional languages of Scotland: Scottish Gaelic and Scot -- The regional languages of Northern Ireland: Irish and Ulster Scots.
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