The fall of the Berlin Wall and its repercussions in international organizations has led to changes in the relative status of various languages used in international fora and even to changes within languages such as Russian. Despite the ever-increasing prevalence of English and changes in the use of other languages--perhaps greater status for German, less for Russian--the study of other languages in U.S. society remains a key component of international literacy. Contents: An Introduction to Language and International Communication in the Post-Cold-War-Era, FranÁ^Roise Cestac; Ethnolinguistic Democracy: Varieties, Degrees, and Limits, Joshua A. Fishman; Is Linguistic Evolution in the United Nations a Consequence of Recent Political Evolution?, Jean Gazarian; Changes in the Pattern of Language Use in the United Nations, Stephen B. Pearl; The Role of Russian in the Post-Cold-War Era, Alexandre K. Titov; The Perestroika of the Russian Language: From Marx to Marketing, Lynn Visson; The Contribution of Language Planning and Language Policy to the Reconciliation of Unity and Diversity in the Post-Cold-War Era, Timothy Reagan; Language Study and Global Education: Approaches to Development of Language and Communication for Bridge-Building in the Post-Cold-War Era, Helen Zimmer-Loew; Global Awareness and Language Learning, Margareta Bowen; Interpreter Training: The Stepchild of Language Teaching, Lynn Visson; Linguistic Pluralism for Internationalization: The Case for Non-Traditional Approaches to Language Study for U.S. Schools, Timothy Reagan and Karen Case; Integrating Language and Global Education, Ronald J. Glossop; From Attitudes toward the Foreign to the Development of Children's International Literacy, Kurt E. M, ^Rller; A Brief Response to Kurt M, ^Rller, Ronald J. Glossop; Language Equality at the United Nations: An Achievable Dream, Humphrey Tonkin; About the Contributors. Co-published with the Center for Research and Documentation on World Language Problems.
Author : Kurt E. Müller Release : 1996 Publisher : Papers of the Center for Resea ISBN : File Size : 34.21 MB Format : PDF, Docs Download : 436 Read : 594