An investigation into international law and language policy, this book uses critical analysis to conduct an examination of the aspects of international law which affect language use. It uncovers the conceptual framework which underpins international law on language, addressing the constitution of a 'just' language policy from a legal perspective.2 Language in Culture and the Media Compkxity and Change Tired of losing the culture wars to the AngloaSaxons, the French are fighting back. . .with a new ... 2 Peter Steven, The NoaNonsense Guide to Global Media (Verso 2003) I31.
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