Designed to engage students in the processes, practices and philosophies of formal Indigenous language planning, this unit covers different approaches to language policy and planning for endangered languages in Australia and the world. Building upon concepts of language diversity, multilingualism, language domains, language contact and language shift, students will critically analyse language policy, planning models and case histories from Australian and international contexts, and evaluate activities such as language maintenance, revitalisation and revival programs against the needs of Indigenous language communities.
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