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National language planning & language shifts in Malaysian minority communities : speaking in many tongues / edited by Dipika Mukherjee and Maya Khemlani David
Bib ID 5549233
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Description Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, ©2011 
206 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9789089642714
9089642714
Series

IIAS publications series. Edited volumes ; 5.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [189]-201) and index.

Subjects Language planning -- Malaysia.  |  Malaysia -- Languages.
Other authors/contributors Mukherjee, Dipika, 1965-  |  David, Maya Khemlani  |  International Institute for Asian Studies
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National language planning and language shifts in Malaysian minority communities

Speaking in many tongues

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