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Multilingualism and heterogeneous language practices: new research areas and issues in the Global South

Abstract : This paper first presents recent works in the study of multilingualism and its linguistic and social consequences, focusing on methodology. It is based on Southern case studies and heterogeneous language practices which invalidate traditional descriptive categories. It focuses then on domains with striking socio-political issues of the Global South: linguistic citizenship rather than linguistic rights, multilingual and multicultural Education and Health.
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Isabelle Léglise. Multilingualism and heterogeneous language practices: new research areas and issues in the Global South. Langage et Société, Maison des Sciences de L'homme Paris, 2019. ⟨hal-02065599⟩

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