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by Mairead Nic Craith

  • ISBN: 0853236216
  • Author: Mairead Nic Craith
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  • Language: English
  • Pages: 272
  • Publisher: Liverpool University Press; 1St Edition edition (January 1, 1997)
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Mairead Nic Craith is Director of the Academy for Irish Cultural Herit-ages at the University of Ulster, Northern Ireland.

His main area of interest is the cultural and identity aspects of the Muslim communities in the West. He has conducted fieldwork in different European countries. Mairead Nic Craith is Director of the Academy for Irish Cultural Herit-ages at the University of Ulster, Northern Ireland. She has previously held an Irish lectureship at the University of Liverpool and tutored at University College Cork. In 2000, she held a visiting fellowship at the Department of Politics in University College Dublin.

Celtic studies or Celtology is the academic discipline occupied with the study of any sort of cultural output relating to the Celtic people.

These essays investigate the challenge of language planning in modern society. Initially, the impact of legislation on a vernacular and the subsequent empowerment of specific speech communities are analyzed. Contributors explore the value of employing a marketing approach for the development and enhancement of an indigenous tongue. Aspects of the status of language in the context of education are then examined, followed by an assessment of the impact of culture contact on social and linguistic intercourse. The concluding chapter considers a theory of endangeredness and seeks to establish the threshold beyond which a language is doomed to extinction. This volume is one of two, edited by Dr. Nic Craith, dealing with language planning in contemporary Europe.

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