Cincotta, Angela Rose
The Lao People's Democratic Republic is one of the most ethnically and linguistically
diverse nations in Southeast Asia. Since 1975, the Communist government has touted as its hallmark a discourse of interethnic equality and solidarity, particularly in the field of education. However, a critical reading of government policies and planning measures over the past 30 years reveals a persistent discourse of ethnic Lao cultural and linguistic centrality.
This thesis seeks to identify the various...[Show more]
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