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by Nanette Gottlieb

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The Challenge of Change. John C. Maher - International Christian University, Tokyo. Patricia J. Wetzel - Portland State University.

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by Nanette Gottlieb 10 November 2011.

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Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2012

Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2012. The book is an enormous accomplishment: it is well written and well informed, and it certainly adds a much longed-for work in English on Ainu culture and literature.

Over the last thirty years, two social developments have occurred that have led to a need for change in language policy in Japan. One is the increase in the number of migrants needing opportunities to learn Japanese as a second language, the other is the influence of electronic technologies on the way Japanese is written. This book looks at the impact of these developments on linguistic behaviour and language management and policy, and at the role of language ideology in the way they have been addressed. Immigration-induced demographic changes confront long cherished notions of national monolingualism and technological advances in electronic text production have led to textual practices with ramifications for script use and for literacy in general. The book will be welcomed by researchers and professionals in language policy and management and by those working in Japanese Studies.
Language Policy in Japan: The Challenge of Change download epub
Words Language & Grammar
Author: Nanette Gottlieb
ISBN: 110700716X
Category: Reference
Subcategory: Words Language & Grammar
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (December 29, 2011)
Pages: 222 pages