Minority Languages, Education and Communities in China
The book outlines the evolution and role of minority languages locally and nationally; it investigates current educational language policies in minority areas; and it assesses the social and economic outcomes of language change for communities in contemporary China.
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2 Minority Communities and Languages
4 New Policies and Practices under Communism
5 Minority Language Issues under the Open Door
6 Language Education and Communities in Xinjiang
7 Bilingual Models of Minority Education in Yunnan
8 Minority Communities in Postcolonial Hong Kong
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