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Políticas lingüísticas indígenas para el nuevo milenio en Australia: derechos lingüísticos o conjeturas políticas? (Indigenous linguistic policies for the new millennium in Australia: linguistics rights or political issues)

Florez, Martha; Pineda-Bernuy, Edith


Australian ancestors and migrant population have contributed to see Australia as a multilingual society. Aboriginal Australians represents only 0.5% of Australian population out of 22 million people. As a result of various painful historical facts such as colonization, infectious diseases, "the stolen generation", taking possession of ancestral lands and government negligence, amongst others, Australian Aboriginal population has been reduced. Hence, the number of ancestral languages has been...[Show more]

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Date published: 2014
Type: Book chapter


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