ERIC Number: ED396584
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996
Reference Count: N/A
Papers in Language Policy from the Language Policy Conference (Roskilde, Denmark, January 29, 1996). ROLIG Papir No. 56.
Bakmand, Bente, Ed.; And Others
The papers included in this issue are from a conference on language policy. The papers are: "Why Promote European Multilingualism? French Experience" (Claude Truchot); "German Attitudes to European Language Policy" (Ulrich Ammon); "Minority Language Rights in Contemporary Europe" (Tove Skutnabb-Kangas); "Teacher Identities in Britain and Denmark in the Europeanisation Process" (Karen Risager); "Sub-Cultural Identities" English-Danish Grassroots Bilingualism" (Bent Preisler); "Danish Scholars and Languages of Scientific Communication" (Robert Phillipson, Kangas); "EU and Danish Support for Linguistic Engineering and Computerised Translation in a 'Small' European Language: Results and Implications for the Relationship between Danish and More Widely Used Languages" (Bente Maegaard);"EU-Supported Studies of Danish Perceptions of the Need for Language Policies in the Business Community" (Annelise Grinsted). Some points from the concluding discussion session are reported by Bente Bakmand, Phillipson, and Skutnabb-Kangas. Excerpts from a White Paper on education and training by the Commission of the European Communities is appended. (MSE)
Descriptors: Bilingualism, Danish, Foreign Countries, Language Attitudes, Language Planning, Machine Translation, Multilingualism, Public Opinion, Public Policy, Second Languages, Teacher Role, Uncommonly Taught Languages
ROLIG, hus 03.2.4, RUC, Postbox 260, 4000 Roskilde, Denmark; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; www: http://babel.ruc.dk[tilde]rolig/ (free).
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
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Authoring Institution: Roskilde Univ. Center (Denmark).
Identifiers - Location: Denmark; European Union; France; Germany; United Kingdom (Great Britain)