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20 edition of The politics of language in the Spanish-speaking world found in the catalog.

The politics of language in the Spanish-speaking world

from colonisation to globalisation

by Clare Mar-Molinero

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Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language and languages -- Political aspects.,
  • Spanish language -- Political aspects.,
  • Language and education.,
  • Language planning.,
  • Nationalism.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [218]-230) and index.

    StatementClare Mar-Molinero.
    SeriesThe Politics of language
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP119.3 .M36 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 242 p. ;
    Number of Pages242
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL52031M
    ISBN 100415156548, 0415156556
    LC Control Number99058473

    Only the politicians know about this, if anyone does. And then they sold rights for Mexico and Spain! Thus my novels are composite murals of many mosaics. It was not the colonial class, which was destroyed by the Mexican Revolution. Just as all the living world languages owe their status to linguistic imperialismthe suggestion of a given language as a world language or " universal language " has strong political implications. The events of the Zapatista movement in Chiapas, Mexico, to name but one place conspicuously in the news in the mids, made many people aware of the linguistic and human rights situation of the indigenous peoples.

    Thus my novels are composite murals of many mosaics. Nigeria[ edit ] The small Amaro population are descendants of repatriated Afro-Cuban indentured servants, they were called Amaros. This class is white, does not mix with the Indian population, is proud of its heritage, and has lived there for centuries. It is the most widely spoken native language in the European Union as well as one of the three "procedural languages" of its institutions alongside English and French. The ways in which families use languages at the dinner table also show how Spanish is evolving. HarperCollins Espanol was placed under Harper Christian, which includes commercial fiction.

    The Spaniards are more brutal and direct. However, the use and teaching of Russian has declined sharply in both the former Eastern bloc and the near abroad since the break up of the Soviet Union and Russia's deputy education minister was quoted as saying in December that the number of Russian speakers had fallen by million since that date. Thus my novels are composite murals of many mosaics. Besides, I think that, unconsciously, I expect imperfect works. Nevertheless, in most cases, they have some Spanish ancestry, as the waves of European immigrants to these countries tended to quickly assimilate, intermarrying with the country's local population.


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The politics of language in the Spanish-speaking world book

The United States projects its influence in English in realms including finance, culture, science and warfare. The Canary Islandsa constituent part of Spain's main territorial subdivisions, are also located in North Africa. Nevertheless, in most cases, they have some Spanish ancestry, as the waves of European immigrants to these countries tended to quickly assimilate, intermarrying with the country's local population.

As of [update]Spanish had the third-largest number of internet users by language with 7. Linguists have documented how new generations of Latinos around the country are steadily shifting to Englishjust as descendants of other immigrants have done.

Although the elite in Mexico changes a great deal, there is nonetheless a group of very powerful impresarios, partisans, and millionaires that has been around for a long time and is almost like a gerontocracy. It is a generation that is not a generation.

If we had primaries and precandidates who would discuss public issues and establish priorities, this would be an enormous benefit to the country as a whole. I believe that the Cuban Reinaldo Arenas, who must be around thirty years old, has written two splendid novels.

Even in Spain, the European motherland of Hispanicity, recent decades has seen a growing population of mestizos and mulattoes and of unmixed Amerindian and African descent due to the reversal of the historic Old World -to- New World migration pattern, i.

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If it has not already happened, I think the saturation point will eventually be reached. Thus, since I write novels that are imperfect and expect them to be that way, I open the door to writing other equally imperfect works, in which I can take newer risks.

The US Spanish-reading population must be of interest! Spanish Publishers is a consortium of publishers from Spain that distribute other publishers from Spain. I feel a type of saturation setting in with respect to what technology and the forms of mass communication can provide for all of us. The task before us has always been to maintain and enrich the Spanish language by recognizing that, in the final analysis, the home and common ground of languages is poetry.

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