Organizing Dialogue, Experience and Knowledge for Complex Problem-Solving


January 12th, 2005

I just picked up Tove Skutnabb-Kangas‘ co-edited book on linguistic human rights…
I like her opening to her homepage, “I am what I write?” 🙂 There are many links to follow. (go there again!) Many Deaf education and interpreter training programs use her work.
a sociolinguistic perspective on linguistic human rights
bibliography with links re linguistic human rights

Youthstart: employment training for youth, in Germany, vocational for young women and migrants…

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  1. steph says:

    Blommaert refers to Skuttnab-Kangas as indicative of a particular discourse about language – was it the one where language is conceived as essentially static and therefore easily linked to ethnolinguistic identity?

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