Language laboratories in Great Britain.

by John D. Turner

Publisher: Exeter University, Institute of Education

Written in English
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This book examines the making of language policy, and to a certain extent language policy itself, in Britain and France. It defines what language policy is and to what is applies, and how disciplines such as sociolinguistics and the analysis of the politcal process help in studying the language policy and policy-making. An examination of language policy on both countries up to .   For one, it was the Industrial Revolution – a period of great social, political, and economical change in Great Britain. The growth in industrial technologies signified a great deal of cooperation between individuals of different skillsets, and effective collaboration could only occur when both parties speak and write the same standard language. The use of language laboratories in Great Britain: a report based on a survey recently completed by the National Committee for Audio-Visual Aids in Education / Information collated and presented by Peter J. Vernon Educational Foundation for Visual Aids (Great Britain) [ . France and Great Britain, though liberal democracies, faced difficulties at home and overseas. 3. Russia and Austria-Hungary, two conservative empires, failed to adapt their politics to the modernization of their societies.

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