Language management and minority language maintenance in (eastern) Indonesia: strategic issues
This paper discusses strategic issues in language �management� (Spolsky 2009; Jennudd and Neustupn� 1987) and its complexity in relation to the maintenance of minority languages in contemporary Indonesia. Within Indonesia it is argued that language can be managed and that it should be managed as part of a national language policy framework (among other means). This is especially pertinent in the case of threatened minority languages. The discussion focuses on how categorizing an issue as either...[Show more]
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