Linguistic human rights : overcoming linguistic discrimination

edited by Tove Skutnabb-Kangas, Robert Phillipson, in collaboration with Mart Rannut

Only a few hundred of the world's 6,000-7,000 languages have any kind of official status, and it is only speakers of official languages (speakers of dominant majority languages) who enjoy all linguistic human rights. As many of the collected papers in this book document, most linguistic minorities are deprived of these rights. This book describes what linguistic human rights are, who has and who does not have them and why, and suggests which linguistic rights should be regarded as basic human rights. Linguistic Human Rights introduces a new area, combining sociolinguistics, educational, and minority concerns with human rights. Discrimination against language minorities is widespread, despite national and international law prohibiting this. The book analyzes language rights in many countries worldwide, including North and Latin America, several European states, the former USSR, India, Kurdistan, Australia and New Zealand.

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書名 Linguistic human rights : overcoming linguistic discrimination
著作者等 Phillipson, Robert
Rannut, Mart
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove
出版元 M. de Gruyter
刊行年月 1995
ページ数 vi, 478 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 3110148781
NCID BA2716165X
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言語 英語
出版国 ドイツ
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