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Emneord: Flerspråklighet, Minoritetsspråkspolitikk

Publikasjoner

  • Albury, Nathan John (2017). Mother tongues and languaging in Malaysia: Critical linguistics under critical examination. Language in society (London. Print).  ISSN 0047-4045.  46(4), s 567- 589 . doi: 10.1017/S0047404517000239
  • Albury, Nathan John (2017). Mother tongues and languaging in Malaysia: Critical linguistics under critical examination. Language in society (London. Print).  ISSN 0047-4045.  s 1- 23 . doi: 10.1017/S0047404517000239 Fulltekst i vitenarkiv. Vis sammendrag
  • Albury, Nathan John & Carter, Lyn (2017). A typology of arguments for and against bilingual place-naming in Aotearoa New Zealand. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development.  ISSN 0143-4632.  38(9), s 831- 842 . doi: 10.1080/01434632.2016.1275654 Vis sammendrag
  • Albury, Nathan John & Ooi, Li Hsien (2017). The widening gap between Malaysia’s international tourism brand and domestic multicultural policy. Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events.  ISSN 1940-7963.  9(3), s 318- 330 . doi: 10.1080/19407963.2017.1344245 Fulltekst i vitenarkiv. Vis sammendrag
  • Albury, Nathan John (2016). An old problem with new directions: Māori language revitalisation and the policy ideas of youth. Current Issues in Language Planning.  ISSN 1466-4208.  17(2), s 161- 178 . doi: 10.1080/14664208.2016.1147117
  • Albury, Nathan John (2016). Defining Māori language revitalisation: A project in folk linguistics. Journal of Sociolinguistics.  ISSN 1360-6441.  20(3), s 287- 311 . doi: 10.1111/josl.12183 Fulltekst i vitenarkiv.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2016). Holding them at arm’s length: A critical review of Norway’s policy on Sámi language maintenance. Journal of Home Language Research.  ISSN 2537-7043.  1(2016), s 1- 16 Fulltekst i vitenarkiv.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2016). The power of folk linguistic knowledge in language policy. Language Policy.  ISSN 1568-4555.  16(2), s 209- 228 . doi: 10.1007/s10993-016-9404-4
  • Albury, Nathan John & Aye, Khin Khin (2016). Malaysia's National Language Policy in International Theoretical Context. Journal of Nusantara Studies.  ISSN 0127-9319.  1(1), s 71- 84 Fulltekst i vitenarkiv.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2015). Collective (white) memories of Māori language loss (or not). Language Awareness.  ISSN 0965-8416.  24(4), s 303- 315 . doi: 10.1080/09658416.2015.1111899
  • Albury, Nathan John (2015). National language policy theory: exploring Spolsky’s model in the case of Iceland. Language Policy.  ISSN 1568-4555.  15(4), s 355- 372 . doi: 10.1007/s10993-015-9357-z Fulltekst i vitenarkiv. Vis sammendrag
  • Albury, Nathan John (2015). Objectives at the Crossroads: Critical Theory and Indigenous Self-determination in Language Revitalisation. Critical inquiry In Language Studies.  ISSN 1542-7587.  12(4), s 256- 282 . doi: 10.1080/15427587.2015.1096732
  • Albury, Nathan John (2015). Your language or ours? Inclusion and exclusion of non-indigenous majorities in Māori and Sámi language revitalization policy. Current Issues in Language Planning.  ISSN 1466-4208.  16(3), s 315- 334 . doi: 10.1080/14664208.2015.984581 Vis sammendrag
  • Albury, Nathan John (2014). Fearing the Known: English and the Linguistic Ramifications of Globalizing Iceland. Journal of Globalization Studies.  ISSN 2075-8103.  5(2), s 112- 130 Fulltekst i vitenarkiv. Vis sammendrag
  • Albury, Nathan John (2014). Introducing the Folk Linguistics of Language Policy. International Journal of Language Studies.  ISSN 2157-4898.  8(3), s 85- 106 Vis sammendrag

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  • Albury, Nathan John (2017). Folk linguistics: Expanding the opportunities for critically-engaged research.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2017). Folk linguistics: Opportunities for critically-engaged research and education.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2017, 12. mai). Lost languages to be rediscovered with Wellington choir Supertonic. [Internett].  http://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/music/92260053/lost-lan.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2017). Rationalising Malaysian Language Policy from an Interethnic Perspective.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2016). (Re)defining Indigenous language vitality with attitudes and prestige.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2016). Current theoretical discussions in sociolinguistics.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2016). Double lecture: The folk linguistics of language policy: Knowing, feeling and doing Maori language revitalisation / Current theoretical discussions in sociolinguistics.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2016). Fact and fiction: Exploring cognition in language policy processes.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2016). Folk Linguistics, Language Policy and Te Reo Māori: What Kiwis Know, Feel and Want.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2016, 09. april). Holder samer på en armlengdes avstand.  Ságat.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2016). Language as Social and Economic Policy.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2016). Language in Malaysia: Ethnolinguistic diversity from interethnic folk persectives.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2016). More than attitudes: (Considering) the role of claimed knowledge in language policy processes.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2016). One place, many languages: Malaysians talk diversity.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2016). The folk linguistics of language policy: Knowing, feeling and doing Māori language revitalisation.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2016). Who's afraid of the bid bad wolf? English in the globalized economy.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2016). Who's afraid of the big bad wolf? English in the globalised economy.
  • Simonsen, Hanne Gram; Steien, Guri Bordal; Albury, Nathan John; Milani, Tommaso; Mesthrie, Raj; Williams, Quentin & Swartz, Leslie (2016). Panel 2: Interdisciplinarity.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2015). Embracing Indigenous languages: the Kiwis just do it better. SBS World News Australia.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2015). Er samisk språklov rettferdig?. Dagbladet.  ISSN 0805-3766.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2015). Folk Linguistics, Language Policy, and Te Reo Māori: What Kiwis Know, Feel and Want (Guest lecture, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia).
  • Albury, Nathan John (2015). Learning Maori.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2015). Learning for sake of cultural enrichment. Otgao Daily Times.  ISSN 0114-426X.
  • Albury, Nathan John (2015). The folk linguistics of language policy: Bridging theories for a new research approach (Guest lecture, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia).
  • Albury, Nathan John (2015). To Tatou Reo: Te Reo Maori and the Policy Ideas of Kiwi Youth (Information brochure for policy makers). Vis sammendrag
  • Albury, Nathan John (2014). The folk linguistics of Maori language revitalisation (Guest lecture, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand).
  • Albury, Nathan John (2014). Your Language or ours? Inclusion and exclusion of majority language speakers from indigenous Language revitalisation (Conference paper, Linguistic Society of New Zealand).
  • Albury, Nathan John (2013). Te Reo May Still Face Extinction. Dominion Post.  ISSN 1175-9488.

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Publisert 5. nov. 2014 19:35 - Sist endret 6. nov. 2014 10:50

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