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Linguistic Minorities in Democratic Context
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List of Tables and Figures Acknowledgements Introduction: Democratic Inclusion for the One and the Many The Nationalist Inheritance in a Globalizing World Democratic Impulses and Social Justice Language Policy and Planning Issues in Multicultural Societies Enhancing Linguistic Diversity in Europe: Cross-Cutting Themes Celtic Language Regimes and the Basis for Deliberation Welsh Language Policy and the Logic of Legislative Devolution Recognition and National Justice for Quebes: A Canadian Conundrum Revisited The Limits to Freedom Appendix Bibliography Index

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Colin H. Williams is Research Professor in the School of Welsh, Cardiff University, UK and holds Honorary Professorships at the University of Aberdeen, University of the Highlands and Islands, UK and Western Ontario. He is a member of the Welsh Language Board. His previous publications include Called Unto Liberty and as editor Language Revitalization and Language and Governance.

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'Linguistic Minorities in Democratic Context will undoubtedly quickly become a classic in language policy literature. It presents a finely-balanced account of principles in language management, and shows how these have worked out in the major cases of the Celtic languages, the Spanish autonomous regions, and Canada. The wealth of detail of legislative and bureaucratic activities balances the sensitive analysis of competing theories, and supports Williams' argument for a holistic approach to understanding sociolinguistic ecology.' Bernard Spolsky, Bar-Ilan University, Israel 'Colin Williams' book is an impressive treatment of the question of language and nation, the product of thorough scholarship and thought. Its interdisciplinary coverage encompasses linguistics, geography, political theory and institutional design. It will be an important reference point for debates about small nations and cultures in a globalizing world.' - Michael Keating, Professor of Regional Studies, European University Institute, Florence, Italy

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