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Review of Maurais, Jacques, Ed. (1996) Quebec’s Aboriginal Languages: History, Planning and Development, Page 1 of 1

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References

  1. Burnaby, B.
    (1998) Review Quebec’s aborignial languages: History, planning and development. Language in Society, 27,2:276–279.
  2. Dixon, R. M. W.
    (1991) The endangered languages of Australia, Indonesia and in Oceania. In R. H. Robins & E. M. Uhlenbeck (eds.) Endangered Languages. New York, Oxford.
  3. McKay, P.
    (1996) The land still speaks: review of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander language maintenance and development needs and activities. Canberra, Australian Govt. Publishing Service.
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