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Ideology, policy and implementation: Comparative perspectives from two African universities
(Stellenbosch University, 2014)
This paper provides an exposition and interpretation of the language policies of two African universities, namely the University of Yaound in Cameroon and the University of the Western Cape in South Africa. It does so ...
An investigation into current attitudes towards English at the University of the Western Cape
(Stellenbosch University, 1997)
This work-in-progess paper describes the writer's current research into the language attitudes, preferences and usage of the student speech community at the University of the Western Cape. It specifically looks at responses ...
Shapeshifters and shamans: Topologies of multilingualism
(King's College, 2021)
This paper is a radical break with a view of multilingualism as an arrangement or hierarchy of different languages which produces more or less visibility for these named varieties. Rather, it takes as its starting point a ...
Language ideology, policy and classroom practices in Oshiwambo speaking areas, Northern Namibia
(University of Western Cape, 2020)
The study problematized language ideologies and policy to explore the efficacy of using English as the Language of Learning and Teaching (LOLT) among Oshiwambo speaking learners in the Omusati region of Northern ...
Why is inflectional morphology difficult to borrow?—Distributing and lexicalizing plural allomorphy in Pennsylvania Dutch
In this article we examine the allomorphic variation found in Pennsylvania Dutch plurality. In spite of over 250 years of variable contact with English, Pennsylvania Dutch plural allomorphy has remained largely distinct ...