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Bibliography on multilingualism, multilingual and Indigenous/tribal/minority
education, linguistic human rights, endangered languages, their maintenance and
revitalisation, linguistic genocide and crimes against humanity in education,
linguistic imperialism and the subtractive spread of English, and the relationship
between linguistic diversity and biodiversity. Last updated in January 2015.
This private bibliography (6,746 entries, 404 pages in Times Roman 12; over 1,244,000
bytes, over 166,000 words), contains most of the references I (Tove Skutnabb-Kangas)
have used (or intend to use) in what I have published since 1972. There may be errors
(and certainly moving to Mac did garble references in Kurdish, Greek, Russian, etc). I
have not been able to delete all the doubles (there may still be some) but am doing it
when I see them. If an article says “In XX (ed)” and page numbers, the book itself will be
found under the editor’s name. I do not check the bibliography - but I hope it may be
useful for some people, both students and (other) colleagues. My own publications are
also here in alphabetical order, but for more recent ones check my web page, www.toveskutnabb-kangas.org, “publications since 2000”, and “publications in press”, which are
updated more often. For (my husband) Robert Phillipson’s publications, check his
webpage, www.cbs.dk/en/staff/rpibc. All websites here were up-to-date when I put them
in but I do not check them afterwards except when I need them myself. – Comments,
corrections and additions are very welcome!
Aaltonen, Hanna-Leena (2001). Opetusta vai kasvatusta. Maahanmuuttajien oman
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B8:2001. Helsinki: Helsingin kaupungin opetusvirasto.
Abadzi, Helen (2006). Efficient Learning for the Poor. Insights from the Fontier of
Cognitive Neuroscience. Directions in Development. Washington: World Bank.
Abbi, Anvita (Ed.) (1986). Studies in bilingualism. Delhi: Bahri Publications.
Abdoolcader, Levane (1989). Sydney Voices: a Survey of Languages Other Than English
in Catholic Schools. Sydney: Catholic Education Office.
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Abdussalam, Ahmad Shehu (1998). Human language rights: an Islamic perspective. In
Benson et al. (eds), 55-62.
Abdussalam, Ahmad Shehu (1998). Human Language Rights: An Islamic Perspective. In
Benson, Grundy & Skutnabb-Kangas (eds). Language Rights. Special volume,
Language Sciences 20:1, 55-62.
Abele, Robert (2014). The Norms of Justice, International Law, and the Duty to Protect.
In Lendman, Stephen (ed.). Flashpoint in Ukraine. How the US Drive for Hegemony
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Abélès, Marc (1999). Multiculturalism and multilingualism in the European institutions.
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European Cultural Foundation, 111-118.
Abou, Sélim (1989). Fondements des politiques linguistiques, in Pupier & Woehrling
(Eds), 21-34.
Abramovitz, Janet N. (1998). Sustaining the World’s Forests. In State of the World 1998,
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Publications.
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Israel. Alternative. An International Journal of Indigenous Scholarship 1: 1, 26-48.
Abugre, Charles (2008). Behind most mass violence lurk economic interests.
Development Dialogue 50, December 2008. Thematic volume Revisiting the heart of
darkness – Explorations into genocide and other forms of mass violence. 60 years
after the UN Convention, ed. Henning Melber with John Y. Jones. Uppsala: Dag
Hammarskjöld Foundation, in cooperation with Networkers South North, 271-278.
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creative reading and writing. Northvale, New Jersey: Santillana.
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Parents to Develop Children’s Reading and Writing Skills Through the Use of
Children’s Literature. In Skutnabb-Kangas & Cummins (eds), 223-238.
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Transformative Education Process. Boston: Pearson Education.
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Artihkkal, mii vuođđuduvvá Sámi allaskuvlla semináras ´Sámegielaid
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Phillipson, Robert (1982). Danish-English phonology: a study of obstruent learning,
Scandinavian Working Papers on Bilingualism 1, 73-88.
Phillipson, Robert (1988). Linguicism: structures and ideologies in linguistic imperialism.
In Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove & Cummins, Jim (eds). Minority education: from shame
to struggle. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters, 339-358.
Phillipson, Robert (1989). Fra fonologi til fonetiske tommelfingerregler. In Kasper,
Gabriele & Wagner, Johannes (eds). Bogen om fremmedsprogspædagogik.
København: Gyldendal, 201-212.
Phillipson, Robert (1991). Some items on the hidden agenda of second/foreign language
acquisition. In Phillipson, Robert, xxx (eds). Foreign/second language pedagogy
research: a commemorative volume for Claus Færch, 38-51.
Phillipson, Robert (1992). ELT - the native speaker’s burden? ELT Journal, Special
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Phillipson, Robert (1992). Linguistic imperialism. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Phillipson, Robert (1993). Human rights and foreign languages. In Sajavaara, Kari,
Takala, Sauli, Lambert, R. D. & Morfit, C. (eds). National foreign language
planning: practices and problems, Jyväskylä: Institute for Education Research,
University of Jyväskylä.
Phillipson, Robert (1993). Language and identity, national and transnational. In
Bechdorf, Ute et al. (eds). Watching Europe: A Media and Cultural Studies Reader.
Tübingen: Tübinger Vereinigung für Volkskunde e.v., and Amsterdam Cultural
Studies Foundation, 185-196 (Annual Publication of the European Network for Media
and Cultural Studies, volume 2 & 3).
Phillipson, Robert (1994). English language spread policy. International Journal of the
Sociology of Language, 107, 7-24.
Phillipson, Robert (1995). Historischer Abriss der britischen Sprachpolitik. Paper given
at Sprachenpolitik in Europa. Politik einer Verständigung der regionen?
Tagesveranstaltung des Lessing-Kollegs Marburg, 6. bis 8. Oktober 1995.
Themenschwerpunkt 1. Sprachenpolitik im historischen Vergleich. xx check
Phillipson, Robert (1996). ELT: the native speaker’s burden. In Hedge, Tricia &
Whitney, Norman (eds). Power pedagogy and practice. Oxford: Oxford University
Press, 23-30.
Phillipson, Robert (1996). Linguistic imperialism - African perspectives. English
Language Teaching Journal 50/2, 160-167.
Phillipson, Robert (1996). The UN Agenda for Development: The Role of Language. In
Vers un agenda linguistique: regard futuriste sur les nations unies, Towards a
language agenda: futurist outlook on the United Nations, ed. Sylvie Léger, Ottawa:
Canadian Centre for Linguistic Rights, University of Ottawa, 399-422.
Phillipson, Robert (1997). Geschichte der britischen Sprachpolitik. In Sporrer, Susanne &
Weber, Mirjam (red.). Sprachenpolitik in Europa - Sprachenpolitik für Europa.
Materialen zum Internationalen Kulturaustausch. Stuttgart: Institut für
Auslandsbeziehungen, 46-52.
Phillipson, Robert (1997). Realities and myths of linguistic imperialism. Journal of
Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 18/3, 238-247.
Phillipson, Robert (1997). Review of Claude Piron ‘Le défi des langues: du gâchis au bon
sens’ (The languages challenge: from waste to common sense). Language in Society,
26:1, 143-147.
Phillipson, Robert (1997). The politics of English Language Teaching. In Wodak, Ruth &
Corson, David (eds). Language Policy and Political Issues in Education, Volume 1
of Encyclopedia of Language and Education. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer
Academic Publishers, 201-210.
Phillipson, Robert (1998). Globalizing English: are linguistic human rights an alternative
to linguistic imperialism? In Benson, Phil, Grundy, Peter & Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove
(eds) (1998). Language rights. Special volume. Language Sciences 20:1, 101-112.
Phillipson, Robert (1998). Review of ‘English as a global language’ by David Crystal.
The European English Messenger. Newsletter of the European Society for the Study
of English) VII:1, 53-56.
Phillipson, Robert (1999). International languages and international human rights. In
Kontra, Miklós, Phillipson, Robert, Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove & Várady, Tibor (eds).
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Language: A Right and a Resource. Approaches to Linguistic Human Rights.
Budapest: Central European University Press, 25-46.
Phillipson, Robert (1999). Political science. In Fishman, Joshua (ed.). Handbook of
language and ethnic identity. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, 94-108.
Phillipson, Robert (1999). Voice in global English: unheard chords in Crystal loud and
clear. Review article on ‘English as a global language’ by David Crystal. Applied
Linguistics 20:2, 288-299.
Phillipson, Robert (2000). Angelsächsische Sprachförderungspolitik. In Ammon, Ulrich
(ed.) Sprachförderung. Schlüssel auswärtiger Kulturpolitik. Frankfurt am Main: Peter
Lang, 121-134.
Phillipson, Robert (2000). English as an exclusionary language. In Reisigl, Martin &
Wodak, Ruth (eds). The semiotics of racism. Aproaches in critical discourse analysis.
Vienna: Passagen Verlag, 157-176.
Phillipson, Robert (2000). English in the new world order: variations on a theme of
linguistic imperialism and ‘world’ English. In Ricento, Thomas (ed.). Ideology,
politics and language policies: Focus on English, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 87106.
Phillipson, Robert (2000). English, or no to English in Scandinavia? In Holmen, Anne &
Jørgensen, J. Normann (eds). Sprogs status i Danmark år 2001. Copenhagen:
Danmarks Pædagogiske Universitet, (Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism volume
32) 139-152.
Phillipson, Robert (2000). European language policy: an unmet sociolinguistic challenge.
Sociolinguistica 14, The Future of European Sociolinguistics, 197-204.
Phillipson, Robert (2000). Living with vision and commitment. Editor’s Integrative
Comment. In Phillipson, Robert (ed.). Rights to language: equity, power and
education, Mahwah, NJ: New York: Lawrence Erlbaum, 264-278.
Phillipson, Robert (2001). English for globalisation or for the world’s people. International
Review of Education, special issue on Globalization, Language and Education, ed.
Birgit Brock-Utne, 47/3-4, 185-200.
Phillipson, Robert (2001). English, or no to English in Scandinavia? English Today, 17/2,
22-28.
Phillipson, Robert (2001). Global English and local language policies: what Denmark
needs. Language Problems and Language Planning, 25/1, 1-24.
Phillipson, Robert (2002). English for emerging or submerging multiple European
identities? In Kirk, John & Ó Baoill, Dónall P. (eds). Language planning and
education: Linguistic issues in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, and
Scotland. Belfast: Belfast Studies in Language, Culture and Politics, Queen’s
University Belfast, 267-278.
Phillipson, Robert (2002). Global English and local language policies. In Kirkpatrick,
Andy (ed.) English in Asia: Communication, identity, power and education,
Melbourne: Language Australia, 7-28.
Phillipson, Robert (2002). Internaciaj lingvoy kaj internaciaj homaj rajtoj. EsperantoDokumentoj 37E, Rotterdam: Universal Esperanto-Asocio. Translation into
Esperanto of ‘International languages and international human rights”, originally
published in Language: a right and a resource. Approaching linguistic human rights,
ed. Miklós Kontra, Robert Phillipson, Tove Skutnabb-Kangas & Tibor Várady,
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Budapest: Central European University Press, 1999, 25-46. This text has subsequently
been translated for the Esperanto Associations of Brazil, Italy and Mexico into
Portuguese, Italian, and Spanish.
Phillipson, Robert (2003). English for or against European diversity? And is the issue a
global one? Keynote paper at the International conference on Language, Education
and Diversity, University of Waikato, Hamilton, Aotearoa/New Zealand, 26-29
November 2003.
Phillipson, Robert (2003). English for or against linguistic diversity, European evidence.
In a CD Rom edited by Stephen May, M. Franken, & Richard Barnard. LED 2003:
Refereed Conference Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Language,
Education and Diversity. Hamilton: Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research,
University of Waikato, New Zealand.
Phillipson, Robert (2003). English for the globe, or only for globe-trotters? In de Cillia,
Rudolf, Krumm, Hans-Jürgen & Wodak, Ruth (eds). Die Kosten der
Mehrsprachigkeit. Globalisierung und sprachliche Vielfalt, The cost of
multilingualism. Gobalisation and linguistic diversity. Vienna: Verlag der
Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 93-100.
Phillipson, Robert (2003). English for the globe, or only for globe-trotters? The world of
the EU. In Mair, Christian (ed.). The politics of English as a world language. New
Horizons in postcolonial cultural studies. Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, 19-30.
Phillipson, Robert (2003). English-only Europe? Challenging language policy. London:
Routledge. Translated into Esperanto (by István Ertl) as Ču nur-angla Eŭropo? Defio
al lingva politiko, in Europo de posedantoj. Rotterdam: Universala Esperanto-Asocio,
2004, and into Italian 2013. There is a 5-page summary of the book on
<www.tejo.org/uea/summary_of_English-only_Europe.>
Phillipson, Robert (2003). Reprint of 1) “Linguistic imperialism re-visited - or reinvented. A rejoinder to a review essay.” International Journal of Applied Linguistics,
9/1, 1998, 135-137; and “A closing word”, 142; 2) “Voice in global English: unheard
chords in Crystal loud and clear”, Review article on ‘English as a global language’ by
David Crystal, Applied Linguistics 20/2, 1999, 265-276; 3) Closing word: response to
Crystal, The European English Messenger, VIII/1, 1999, 65-66. In Controversies in
applied linguistics, ed. Barbara Seidlhofer, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 33-75.
Phillipson, Robert (2004). English in globalization: Three approaches. Review article,
books by de Swaan, Bloch and Cameron, and Brutt-Griffler. Journal of Language,
Identity and Education 3, 73-84.
Phillipson, Robert (2005). Europejczycy właśicielami języka angielsko? Are Europeans
the owners of English? In Galor, Zbigniew (ed.). Europa właśicieli. Poznan:
Department of Social Sciences, Agricultural University in Poznan, 107-126.
Translation into Polish of 22 pages from Ču nur-angla Eŭropo? Defio al lingva
politico (Engish-only Europe? Challenging language policy).
Phillipson, Robert (2005). Figuring out the Englishisation of Europe. In Leung, Constant
& Jenkins, Jennifer (eds). Reconfiguring Europe: The Contribution of Applied
Linguistics. London: Equinox.
Phillipson, Robert (2005). Linguistic imperialism. Entry in Brown, Keith (ed.).
Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, Second edition, volume 10, 44-47 (under
‘Linguistic pragmatics’, ms 4309). Oxford: Elsevier.
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Phillipson, Robert (2006). ”It’s the economy, stupid” (President Clinton) - eller har den
sproglige mangfoldighed en chance? Kronik, Sprogforum 36, 4-7.
Phillipson, Robert (2006). Colonization and decolonization / Kolonisation und
Dekolonisation. Entry 226 in Sociolinguistics / Soziolinguistik. An International
Handbook of the Science of Language and Society. Ein Internationales Handbuch zur
Wissenschaft von Sprache und Gesellschaft, second completely revised and extended
edition, volume 3. Edited by Ulrich Ammon, Norbert Dittmar, Klaus J. Mattheier &
Peter Trudgill. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2233-2240.
Phillipson, Robert (2006). English, A Cuckoo in the European Higher Education Nest of
Languages? European Journal of English Studies 10:1, 13-32.
Phillipson, Robert (2006). Figuring out the Englishisation of Europe. In Leung, Constant
& Jenkins, Jennifer (eds). Reconfiguring Europe: The Contribution of Applied
Linguistics. London: Equinox, and British Association for Applied Linguistics, 65-86.
Phillipson, Robert (2006). Language Policy and Linguistic Imperialism. In Ricento,
Thomas (ed.). An Introduction to Language Policy. Theory and Method. Oxford:
Blackwells, 346-361.
Phillipson, Robert (2006). Language spread / Sprachverbreitung. Entry 231 in
Sociolinguistics / Soziolinguistik. An International Handbook of the Science of
Language and Society. Ein Internationales Handbuch zur Wissenschaft von Sprache
und Gesellschaft, second completely revised and extended edition, volume 3. Edited
by Ulrich Ammon, Norbert Dittmar, Klaus J. Mattheier & Peter Trudgill. Berlin: de
Gruyter, 2299-2306.
Phillipson, Robert (2006). Review of Michael Cronin, ‘Translation and globalization’,
Language policy, 5: 227-232.
Phillipson, Robert (2006). Interview with Mart Rannut 2006.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJhHyvFNXgE.
Phillipson, Robert (2007). English in Europe: threat or promise? In Language, power and
identity politics, ed. Máiréad Nic Craith. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 65-82.
Phillipson, Robert (2007). English, No Longer a Foreign Language in Europe? In
Cummins, Jim & Davison, Chris (eds). International Handbook of English Language
Teaching, Parts 1-2. New York: Springer, 123-136.
Phillipson, Robert (2007). Kakukkfióka-e az angol az európai felsőoktatás nyelvi
fészkében? (Hungarian translation of ‘English, a cuckoo in the European higher
education nest of languages?’ European Journal of English Studies, 10/1, 2006). JelKép: Kommunikáció, közvélemény, média (Sign and Picture: communication, public
opinion, media), 2007/2: 79-97 (Journal of The Foundation for Hungarian Media and
the Communication Theory Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
and Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest).
Phillipson, Robert (2007). Linguistic Imperialism: A Conspiracy, or a Conspiracy of
Silence? Language Policy 6(3-4), 377-383.
Phillipson, Robert (2007). Multilingual universities in Europe - criteria for success. In Let
2007 truly be the year of equal opportunities at the Babeş-Bolyai University. Public
hearing in the European Parliament, Brussels, 9 October 2007. ed. Emese Medgyesi.
Cluj-Napoca/Kolozsár: Stúdium, 12-19. Also in Hungarian in the same publication,
pp. 154-162, and in Romanian, pp. 294-302.
Phillipson, Robert (2007). Review of Angel M.Y. Lin and Peter W. Martin (eds.) 2005
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‘Decolonisation, globalisation: Language-in-education policy and practice’. Studies in
Second Language Acquisition, 29:1, 139-141.
Phillipson, Robert (2007). Review of Vartiainen 2004. ‘The legitimacy of evaluation. A
comparison of Finnish and English institutional evaluations of higher education’.
Language and Education, 21/4: 360-361.
Phillipson, Robert (2008). English as threat or resource in continental Europe. In
Language and politics, ed. Wayne H. Finke and Leonard R. N. Ashley. New York:
The American Society of Geolinguistics, 1-13.
Phillipson, Robert (2008). Language Policy and Education in the European Union. In
Volume 1. Language Policy and Political Issues in Education, eds. Stephen May and
Nancy H. Hornberger. Encyclopedia of Language and Education, 2nd edition. New
York: Springer, 255-266.
Phillipson, Robert (2008). Lingua franca or lingua frankensteinia? English in European
integration and globalisation. World Englishes, 27/2, 250-284, a ‘Forum’ consisting
of the article, responses by seven scholars and a closing word by Robert Phillipson.
Phillipson, Robert (2008). The linguistic imperialism of neoliberal empire. Critical
Inquiry in Language Studies, 5/1, 2008, 1-43.
Phillipson, Robert (2008). The new linguistic imperial order: Lessons from Europe of
worldwide relevance. In Towards equitable language policy in Asia, ed. Goro
Christoph Kimura. Tokyo: European Institute, Sophia University and Japana
Esperanto-Instituto.
Phillipson, Robert (2008). Is there any unity in diversity in language policies national and
supranational? English as an EU lingua franca or lingua frankensteinia? In Stickel,
Gerhard (ed.). National and European Language Policies. Frankfurt am Main: Peter
Lang, 145-154.
Phillipson, Robert (2009).Review of (Re-)locating TESOL in of age of empire, (ed.)
Julian Edge. Language and Education 23: 2, 191-194.
Phillipson, Robert (2009). The Tension Between Linguistic Diversity and dominant
English. In Mohanty, Ajit, Minati Panda, Robert Phillipson and Tove SkutnabbKangas (eds). Multilingual Education for Social Justice: Globalising the Local. New
Delhi: Orient BlackSwan, 79-94.
Phillipson, Robert (2009). The Tension Between Linguistic Diversity and dominant
English. In Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove, Phillipson, Robert, Mohanty, Ajit & Panda,
Minati (eds). Social Justice through Multilingual Education. Bristol: Multilingual
Matters, 85-102.
Phillipson, Robert (2009). Linguistic imperialism continued. Delhi: Orient Blackswan.
Phillipson, Robert (2009). Linguistic imperialism continued. New York:
Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
Phillipson, Robert (2010). The politics and the personal in language education: the state
of which art? Review article on The politics of language education. Individuals and
institutions, edited by J. Charles Alderson. Language and education, 24/2, 151-166.
Alderson’s response, pp. 167-168. RP’s Final comment, p. 169.
Phillipson, Robert (2010). Interview with Miguel Strubell at the Open University of
Barcelona in connection with receiving the 2010 UNESCO Linguapax Prize:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNKWz0xylzI.
Phillipson, Robert (2010). Riz Khan show, Al Jazeera, 21 October 2010.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJhHyvFNXgE
Phillipson, Robert (2010). A response to the article ’’English as an international
language: Challenges and possibilities’’ by Michael Clyne and Farzad Sharifian.
Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 31:3. Phillipson, Robert 2011.
Americanización e inglesización como procesos de ocupación global. Discurso &
Sociedad, Vol. 5(1), 96-131.
http://www.dissoc.org/ediciones/v05n01/DS5%281%29Phillipson.pdf.
Phillipson, Robert (2010). Greek translation of the Foreword to The hegemony of English
by Donaldo Macedo, Bessie Dendrinos and Panayota Gounari (second edition).
Thessaloniki: EIIIKENTPO A.E, pp. 9-48.
Phillipson, Robert (2010). Danish language policy. Nothing world-class here. In Sprogs
status i Danmark 2021, ed. J. Normann Jørgensen and Anne Holmen. København:
Københavns Universitet, Humanistisk Fakultet, 63-76. (Københavner Studier i
Tosprogethed 58).
Phillipson, Robert (2011). Robert Phillipson responds to Humphrey Tonkin’s Language
and the ingenuity gap in science: The empire of scientific English. Critical Inquiry in
Language Studies, 8/1, 117-124.
Phillipson, Robert (2011). The EU and Languages: Diversity in What Unity? In Kjær,
Anne Lise & Adamo, Silvia (eds). Linguistic Diversity and European Democracy.
Farnham & Burlington; Ashgate, 57-74.
Phillipson, Robert (2011). L’imperialismo linguistico inglese continua. With a Postscript,
“Il collaborazionismo italiano di Regime” by Giorgio Pagano. Roma: “Esperanto”
Radikala Asocio. www.democrazialinguistica.it.
Phillipson, Robert (2011). Power Point talk slides at the launch of an Italian translation
of Linguistic imperialism continued. http://www.democrazialinguistica.it/it/primapagina/110-notizieera/politica-e-lingue/robert-phillipson/462-limperialismolinguistico-inglese-continua.html.
Phillipson, Robert (2011). Cross Talk on Russia Today, Peter Lavelle, English v. Globish,
6 May 2011. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjXn3lW5wQ4
Phillipson, Robert (2011). Colloque ‘Le français et la montée des pays émergents’,
Théâtre de l’Institut Français, Paris, organizé par La Délégation Générale du Québec,
20 June. Panel debate. Text of talk published on the website
http://www.planetagora.org/blog/index.php?2011/06/23/277-langlais-global-mytheou-realite-par-robert-phillipson.
The text has also been translated from French into Esperanto, see weblink:
La tutmonda angla : mito aŭ realaĵo ?
Phillipson, Robert (2011). Keynote lecture ‘Creating multilingual education at Nordic
universities: challenges and obstructions’ at the conference Four or more languages
for all: language policy challenges of the future, Tórshavn, the Faroes, 22-24 August
2011. The 40-minute lecture can be downloaded:
http://www.socdev.fo/pages/malpolitikk_uk/keynotes_lectures.php as can the
accompanying PowerPoint slides:
http://www.socdev.fo/pages/malpolitikk_uk/presentations2.php.
Phillipson, Robert (2012). Linguistic vitality under pressure: German in a neoimperial
age. In Oberreuter, Heinrich, Krull, Wilhelm, Meyer, Hans Joachim & Ehlich, Konrad
(Hg.). Deutsch in der Wissenschaft. Ein politischer und wissenschaftlicher Diskurs.
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München: Olzog Verlag, 217-231.
Phillipson, Robert (2012). English: from British empire to corporate empire.
Sociolinguistic Studies, 5/3, (2011) 441-464.
Phillipson, Robert (2012). Review Essay. Languages, genocide, and justice in the
European integration process. Review article on Indigenous Children’s Education as
Linguistic Genocide and a Crime against Humanity? A Global View (SkutnabbKangas and Dunbar) and Linguistic Justice for Europe and for the World (van Parijs).
Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 20/3, 377-381.
Phillipson, Robert (2012). How to strengthen the sociolinguistics of globalization: A
review article based on challenges in The sociolinguistics of globalization by Jan
Blommaert. Critical Discourse Studies 9:4, 407-414.
Phillipson, Robert (2012). Foreword to English as Hydra. Its impact on non-English
language cultures, ed. Vaughan Rapatahana and Pauline Bunce. Bristol: Multilingual
Matters, xx-xxv.
Phillipson, Robert (2012). Creando un balance entre o ingles e as linguas locais. In
Lingua e Ecoloxía, VIII Xornadas sobre Lingua e Usos, ed. Goretti Sanmartin Rei. A
Coruña: Universidad da Coruña, Servizo de Normalizacíon Lingüística, 179-194.
Phillipson, Robert (2012). One area, one market, one language: linguistic
McDonaldisation and EU rhetoric. In Sprache(n) als europäisches Kulturgut.
Languages as European cultural asset. Claudia Schmidt-Hahn (Hrsg.). Innsbruck:
Studienverlag, 115-126.
Phillipson, Robert (2012). Engelskan som pandemi? Språkbruk 1/2012, 5- 13.
www.sprakbruk.fi.
Phillipson, Robert (2012). Imperialism and colonialism. In The Cambridge Handbook of
Language Policy, ed. Bernard Spolsky. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 203235.
Phillipson, Robert (2012). Some partner languages are more equal than others. In Forum
International de Bamako sur le multilinguisme, “Une première étape vers un Sommet
Mondial sur le Multilinguisme”, Bamako, Mali, 19-21 janvier 2009, Actes du Forum.
Bamako: Académie Africaine des Langues, 139-151. www.acalan.org.
Phillipson, Robert (2012). L’inglese: una pandemia? Multilinguismo e Società 2011, 143154 (translation into Italian of ‘English: a pandemic?’. In Kristin Henrard (ed.), Socioeconomic participation of minorities in relation to their right to (respect for) identity.
Leiden: Brill, 2013).
Phillipson, Robert (2012). www.tesolacademic.org, keynote lecture, recorded 31 January
2012.
Phillipson, Robert (2012). Danmarks Radio, P1 Formiddag, gæst hos Poul Friis, 3.
februar 2012, kl. 9.10 – 10.00. Drømmen om et verdenssprog,
http://www.dr.dk/P1/P1Formiddag/Udsendelser/2012/02/02122153.htm
Phillipson, Robert (2012).
Phillipson, Robert (2013). English as pandemic? In Henrard, Kristin (ed.). The
interrelation between the right to identity of minorities and their socio-economic
participation. Studies in International Minority and Group Rights, Volume 2. Leiden
and Boston: Brill/ Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 189-204.
Phillipson, Robert (2014). Americanization and Englishization as Processes of Global
Occupation. In Orelus, Pierre Wilbert (ed.). Affirming Language Diversity in Schools
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and Society. Beyond Linguistic Apartheid. New York / London: Routledge, 188-214.
Phillipson, Robert (ed.) (2000). Rights to language. Equity, power and education.
Celebrating the 60th Birthday of Tove Skutnabb-Kangas. Mahwah, NJ & London:
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Phillipson, Robert & Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1983). Cultilingualism - papers in cultural
and communicative (in)competence. Roskilde: Roskilde University Centre,
ROLIG-papir 28.
Phillipson, Robert & Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1985). Can increased metacommunicative
awareness solve inter- cultural communication difficulties? In Skutnabb-Kangas,
Tove & Phillipson, Robert (1985). Educational strategies in multilingual contexts.
Roskilde: Roskilde University Centre, ROLIG-papir 35, (also on ERIC microfiche,
ED 345 566), 56-64.
Phillipson, Robert & Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1985). Can increased metacommunicative
awareness solve inter- cultural communication difficulties?. In Methods in Contact
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Robert Phillipson (2009). Dialogue and Discourse. In Christian and Critical English
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Phillipson, Robert (2009). Review of (Re-)Locating TESOL in an age of empire, (ed.)
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Phillipson, Robert (2009). Review of Cultures, Contexts, and World Englishes by
Yamuna Kachru and Larry E. Smith. World Englishes, 38/1, 136-138.
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Phillipson, Robert (2010). Greek translation of the Foreword to The hegemony of English
by Donaldo Macedo, Bessie Dendrinos and Panayota Gounari (second edition).
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Phillipson, Robert (2010). The politics and the personal in language education: the state
of which art? Review article on The politics of language education. Individuals and
institutions, edited by J. Charles Alderson. Language and education, 24/2, 151-166.
Alderson’s response, pp. 167-168. Robert Phillipson’s Final comment, p. 169.
Phillipson, Robert (2010). Epilogue: querying language in ‘English-medium’ education.
Language and Education, 24/1, 75–79.
Robert Phillipson (2010). A response to the article ‘English as an international language:
Challenges and possibilities’, by Michael Clyne and Farzad Sharifian. Australian
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Phillipson, Robert and Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1996). Colonial language legacies: the
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the Humanities 12, Umeå, 191-203.
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1977). Miten lapsista tulee kaksikielisiä? Ruotsin
Suomalainen, Koulusanomat. Stockholm (translation of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove
(1977). Hur blir barn tvåspråkiga? Ruotsin Suomalainen, Skolnytt. Stockholm (How
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do children become bilingual?)).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1977). Olycklig författarkombination. Recension av Mohamed
Chaib & Jonas Widgren: Invandrarbarnen och skolan. Invandrare och Minoriteter
1, 72-74 (Unlucky author combination).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1977). Paneldiskussion om dubbel halvspråkighet, inledning. In
Papers from the First Nordic Conference on Bilingualism, ed. Tove
Skutnabb-Kangas (B 3), 212-214 (Panel discussion on semilingualism, introduction).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1977). Siirtolaislapset ja puolikielisyys. In Sajavaara, Kari
(toim) Näkökulmia kieleen, Suomen sovelletun kielitieteen yhdistyksen (AFinLA)
julkaisuja 10, Helsinki, 113-126 (Migrant children and semilingualism).
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16, Oslo (Bilingualism).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1977). Tvåspråkighet och språkkontakt. I Pettersson, Åke &
Badersten Lennart (red.) Språk i utveckling, Liber: Lund, 237-247 (with Lennart
Badersten)(Bilingualism and language contact).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1977). Öppningsanförande. In Papers from the First Nordic
Conference on Bilingualism, ed. Tove Skutnabb-Kangas (B 3), 2-4 (Introduction).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1978). Dagens invandrarutbildning kontra Europa år 2000,
Folkbildningen och invandrarna. Nordens folkliga Akademi, Rapport 1978:2,
25-36, Kungälv (Today’s immigrant education contra Europe in the year 2000).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1978). Invandrarbarnens utbildning - Europas tidsbomb. I
Familieundervisning for innvandrere, Referat fra et seminar og litt till. Oslo,
18-39 & I-XX (The education of immigrant children - Europe’s time bomb).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1978). Något om finlandssvenskarna och tvåspråkigheten. I
Lauren, Christer (red.) Finlandssvenskan. Fakta och debatt. Borgå: Söderströms,
107-123 (Something about Finland Swedes and bilingualism).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1978). Något om modersmålsinlärningen. Invandrarbulletinen
3, 16-21 (On learning the mother tongue).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1978). Ruotsalainen piiloleikki: miten transitionaalinen
koulutusmalli peittää kielen riiston ja naamioi ristiriidan suloiseksi sopusoinnuksi. In
Kulttuuri-identiteetin ongelmia: suomalaiset kulttuurivähemmistöt, toim Nora
Ahlberg, Suomen Unesco-toimikunnan julkaisuja 14, Helsinki, 106-124 (The Swedish
hide-and-seek: how a transitional education model hides language theft and masks the
conflict into sweet harmony).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1978). Semilingualism and the education of migrant children as
a means of reproducing the caste of assembly line workers. In Dittmar, Norbert,
Haberland, Hartmut, Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove & Teleman, Ulf (eds) (1978). Papers
from the First Scandinavian-German Symposium on the Language of Immigrant
Workers and Their Children, Roskilde, March 19-23.1978. Roskilde: Roskilde
University Centre, ROLIG-papir 12, 221-252 .
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1978). Språkproblem hos invandrarbarn i förskoleåldern och
under de första skolåren. I Kulturtillhörighetens och modersmålets betydelse vid
övergången förskola-skola, Nordiska ministerrådet, Sekretariatet för nordiskt
kulturellt samarbete, København, 28-48 (Language problems of immigrant children of
pre-school age and during the first school years).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1978). The situation of foreign workers in Sweden. In Dittmar,
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Norbert, Haberland, Hartmut, Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove & Teleman, Ulf (eds) (1978).
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Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1979). Finlandssvenskarna och tvåspråkigheten. I
Finlandssvensk år 2000, Svenska Finlands Folkting, Finlandssvensk Rapport 1,
oktober 1979, 13-23 (reprint of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1978). Något om
finlandssvenskarna och tvåspråkigheten. I Lauren, Christer (red.) Finlandssvenskan.
Fakta och debatt. Borgå: Söderströms, 107-123 (Something about Finland Swedes
and bilingualism)).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1979). Invandrarbarnens utbildning - forskning och politik. In
Tvåspråkighet. Föredrag vid det andra nordiska tvåspråkighetsseminariet, red.
Astrid Stedje & Peter af Trampe, Akademilitteratur: Stockholm, 158-178 (The
education of immigrant children - research and politics).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1979). Kvinnoperspektiv på språk. I Gråt inte - forska!
Kvinnoforskningsstudier samlade av Karin Westman Berg, Prisma: Stockholm,
49-69 (with Olaug Rekdal) (Female perspective on language).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1979). Language in the Process of Cultural Assimilation and
Structural Incorporation of Linguistic Minorities. National Clearinghouse for
Bilingual Education: Rosslyn, Virginia (reprint of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1977).
Language in the process of cultural assimilation and structural incorporation of
linguistic minorities. In Dialectology and Sociolinguistics, Essays in honor of
Karl-Hampus Dahlstedt, ed. Claes-Christian Elert, Stig Eliasson, Sigurd Fries &
Sture Ureland, Acta Universitatis Umensis, Umeå Studies in the Humanities 12,
Umeå, 191-203).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1979). Ruotsinsuomalaisten kieliongelmista. In Ruotsiin
muuton ongelmat, toim. Arja Munter, Siirtolaisuustutkimuksia A7,
Siirtolaisuusinstituutti/Migrationsinstituttet: Turku/Åbo, 119-143 (On language
problems among the Sweden Finns).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1979). Semilingualism and middle class bias: A reply to Cora
Brent-Palmer. Working Papers on Bilingualism 19, 181-196 (with Pertti
Toukomaa).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1979). Tvåspråkighet i barnets liv. I Förskollärarens roll i ett
globalt perspektiv, Nordisk förskollärarkongress, Dipoli, Finland, 67-94
(Bilingualism in a child’s life).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1979). Tytöt, pojat ja kieli. Aikanainen/Kvinnotid 3 (Girls,
boys and language).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). A comparison of immigrant education in Scandinavia
and West Germany, and its political determinants. In Migration to and within the
Nordic Countries, ed. Anders Ringen, Report from the Vth Nordic Conference on
Labour Migration Research. Oslo: Nordic Council of Ministers and Institute of
Applied Social Research, 243-261.
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). El idioma en el proceso de asimilacion cultural y la
incorporacion estructural de minorias linguisticas, Instituto nacional de estudios
linguisticos, La Paz, Bolivia. Notas y noticias Linguisticas 7-8, 20-38 (translation of
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1977). Language in the process of cultural assimilation and
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structural incorporation of linguistic minorities. In Dialectology and Sociolinguistics,
Essays in honor of Karl-Hampus Dahlstedt, ed. Claes-Christian Elert, Stig
Eliasson, Sigurd Fries & Sture Ureland, Acta Universitatis Umensis, Umeå Studies in
the Humanities 12, Umeå, 191-203)).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). Forskare som tyckare. Invandrare och Minoriteter 3,
9-12 (Researchers as viewers/guessers).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). Guest worker or immigrant - different ways of
reproducing an underclass, ROLIG-papir 21. Roskilde: Roskilde Universitetscenter,
4-39.
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). Kaksikielisyydestä ja puolikielisyydestä - ajatuksia
Antista ja muista siirtolaislapsista, Finsk i Sverige - Ruotsinsuomalaisuus,
Utbildningsradion: Stockholm, 7-12 (translation of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980).
Om tvåspråkighet och halvspråkighet - tankar kring Antti och andra invandrarbarn,
Finsk i Sverige - Ruotsinsuomalaisuus, Utbildningsradion: Stockholm, 7-12 (On
bilingualism and semilingualism - thoughts around Antti and other immigrant
children)).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). Kaksikielisyydestä. In Sajavaara, Kari (toim) Soveltava
kielitiede, Helsinki: Gaudeamus, 136-157 (On bilingualism).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). Om tvåspråkighet och halvspråkighet - tankar kring
Antti och andra invandrarbarn, Finsk i Sverige - Ruotsinsuomalaisuus,
Utbildningsradion: Stockholm, 7-12 (On bilingualism and semilingualism - thoughts
around Antti and other immigrant children).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). Semilingualism and the education of migrant children as
a means of reproducing the caste of assembly line workers. Tijdschrift van der Vrije
Universiteit Brussel 21:2, Toegepaste Linguistiek, 100-136 (reprint of SkutnabbKangas, Tove (1978). Semilingualism and the education of migrant children as a
means of reproducing the caste of assembly line workers. In Dittmar, Norbert,
Haberland, Hartmut, Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove & Teleman, Ulf (eds) (1978). Papers
from the First Scandinavian-German Symposium on the Language of Immigrant
Workers and Their Children, Roskilde, March 19-23.1978. Roskilde: Roskilde
University Centre, ROLIG-papir 12, 221-252).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). Sverigefinländarnas språkliga problem. I Sverigeemigrationens och dess problem. Stockholm: Expertgruppen för
Invandringforskning, rapport 13, 128-147 (translation of C 29).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). Tvåspråkighet och skolframgång. In Minoritet, kultur,
identitet. En antologi under redaktion av Nikolaj-Klaus von Kreitor. Borås:
Invandrarförlaget, 72-92 (Bilingualism and school achievement).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). Tvåspråkighet som målsättning vid undervisningen. I
Utvecklingstendenser i förskola, skola och samhälle, Symposium angående
invandrar- och tvåspråkighetsfrågor, Hanaholmen, 11-12.1.1979. Helsingfors:
Undervisningsministeriet, 39-43 (Bilingualism as a goal in education).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). Tävla eller samarbeta i familjen och på jobbet? Om
klass- och könsrollsförväntningar i barnens socialisering, ROLIG- papir 20,
Hverdagsskrift. Roskilde: Roskilde Universitetscenter, 51-69 (To compete or to
cooperate in family and job? On class and gender role expectations in the socialisation
of children).
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Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). Violence as a method and outcome in the non-education
of minority children, ROLIG-papir 21. Roskilde: Roskilde Universitetscenter, 40-52.
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1981). Arvoton tutkimusraportti. Tiedote, Sveriges Finska
Lärarförening, 4, 9- (translation of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1981). Lundamodellens
slutfacit: värdelös slutrapport. Invandrare och Minoriteter 2, 14-18 (The final
results of the Lund model: a useless research report)).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1981). Bilingualism as an Unrealistic Goal in Minority
Education. In Bilingualism, Models of education and Migration Policies, ed.
Ingegerd Municio, Swedish Commission on Immigration Research, Split-report 1,
Report 1:1, Liber: Stockholm, 56-82.
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1981). Guest worker or immigrant - different ways of
reproducing an underclass. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural
Development 2:2, 89-115 (reprint of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). Guest worker
or immigrant - different ways of reproducing an underclass, ROLIG-papir 21.
Roskilde: Roskilde Universitetscenter, 4-39).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1981). Guest worker or immigrant - different ways of
reproducing an underclass. In Vermeer, Anne R. (Ed.) Language Problems of
Minority Groups, Tilburg Studies in Language and Literature 1, Katholieke
Hogeschool Tilburg, 27-57 (reprint of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). Guest worker
or immigrant - different ways of reproducing an underclass, ROLIG-papir 21.
Roskilde: Roskilde Universitetscenter, 4-39).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1981). Guest worker or immigrant - different ways of
reproducing an underclass. In Dittmar, Norbert, Haberland, Hartmut, SkutnabbKangas, Tove & Teleman, Ulf (eds) (1978). Papers from the First
Scandinavian-German Symposium on the Language of Immigrant Workers and
Their Children, Roskilde, March 19-23.1978. Roskilde: Roskilde University Centre,
ROLIG-papir 12, 171-206 (reprint of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). Guest worker
or immigrant - different ways of reproducing an underclass, ROLIG-papir 21.
Roskilde: Roskilde Universitetscenter, 4-39).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1981). Gästarbetare eller invandrare - en jämförelse. I
Tvåspråkighet, Föredrag från tredje nordiska tvåspråkighetsseminariet, 4-5 juni
1980, utg. Eva Ejerhed & Inger Henrysson, Acta Universitatis Umensis, 61-82
(translation of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). Guest worker or immigrant - different
ways of reproducing an underclass, ROLIG-papir 21. Roskilde: Roskilde
Universitetscenter, 4-39).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1981). Kaksikielisyydestä ja puolikielisyydestä - ajatuksia
Antista ja muista siirtolaislapsista, Suomen logopedis- foniatrinen yhdistys ry:n
jatkokoulutuspäivät, Publikationer utgivna av föreningen för logopedi och
Foniatri i Finland 14, 28-32 (reprint of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980).
Kaksikielisyydestä ja puolikielisyydestä - ajatuksia Antista ja muista siirtolaislapsista,
Finsk i Sverige - Ruotsinsuomalaisuus, Utbildningsradion: Stockholm, 7-12
(translation of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1980). Om tvåspråkighet och halvspråkighet tankar kring Antti och andra invandrarbarn, Finsk i Sverige - Ruotsinsuomalaisuus,
Utbildningsradion: Stockholm, 7-12 (On bilingualism and semilingualism - thoughts
around Antti and other immigrant children)).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1981). Lundamodellens slutfacit: värdelös slutrapport.
316
Invandrare och Minoriteter 2, 14-18 (The final results of the Lund model: a useless
research report).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1981). Löfgren och Ouvinen-Birgerstam undviker att svara på
mina frågor. Invandrare och Minoriteter 4, 15-16 (L & O-B avoid answering my
questions).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1981). Om tvåspråkighet i förskoleåldern, Suomen
logopedis-foniatrinen yhdistys ry:n jatkokoulutuspäivät, Publikationer utgivna
av föreningen för logopedi och foniatri i Finland 14, 1-23 (On bilingualism at the
pre-school age).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1981). Tvåspråkighet och svensk språkpolitik på lång sikt. I
Hamberg, Eva M. & Hammar, Tomas (red.) Invandringen och framtiden. En
antologi om invandringens långtidseffekter, Publica, Liber: Stockholm, 146-169
(Bilingualism and Swedish language policy in a long term perspective).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1981). Tvåspråkighet. Lund: Liber Läromedel, 369 p.
(Bilingualism).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1982). Gastarbeiter oder immigrant - verschiedene Arten eine
Unterschicht zu reproduzieren. Deutsch lernen, Zeitschrift für den Sprachunterricht
mit ausländischen Arbeitnehmern, 1, 59-80 (translation & revision of SkutnabbKangas, Tove (1980). Guest worker or immigrant - different ways of reproducing an
underclass, ROLIG-papir 21. Roskilde: Roskilde Universitetscenter, 4-39).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1982). Hjelper godt underbygde argumenter? Minoriteter og
utdanning. Immigranten/The Immigrant 2, 22- (translation of Skutnabb-Kangas,
Tove (1982). Hjälper gott underbyggda argument? Tiedote 6, 4-6 (Do well founded
arguments help?).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1982). Hjälper gott underbyggda argument? Tiedote 6, 4-6 (Do
well founded arguments help?).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1982). Något om modersmålsinlärningen. I
Invandrarkunskap, red. Sinikka Bohlin, Katarina Milton, Marketta Tiuraniemi.
Gävle: Skolförlaget, 34-38 (reprint of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1978). Något om
modersmålsinlärningen. Invandrarbulletinen 3, 16-21 (On learning the mother
tongue).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1982). Some prerequisites for learning the majority language - a
comparison between different conditions. In Handlungsorientierung im
Zweitschpracherwerb von Arbeitsmigranten, hrsg. F. Januschek & W. Stölting,
Osnabrücker Beiträge zur Sprachtheorie, 22, 163-95.
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1982). Zur Situation von Einwanderern in Skandinavien. In
Ausländerkinder im Elementarbereich, DJI-Materialien. München: Deutsche
Jugendinstitut, 1982, 47-61.
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1983). All children in the Nordic countries should be bilingual why aren’t they? In Phillipson, Robert & Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1983).
Cultilingualism - papers in cultural and communicative (in)competence.
Roskilde: Roskilde University Centre, ROLIG-papir 28, 17-42.
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1983). Bilingualism and Education: Policies and Politics.
National Council for Mother Tongue Teaching, Newsletter, Autumn 1983,
London, 2-16.
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1983). God forskning utan statistik. Recension av Martti
317
Grönfors: Kvalitiiviset kenttätyömenetelmät (Kvalitativa fältarbetsmetoder).
Invandrare och Minoriteter 2, 41- (Good research without statistics. Review of
M.G.: “Qualitative methods in field work”).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1983). I kampen behövs hjärna, hjärta och skaparkraft. MET,
Tidskrift för Tornedalen och Malmfälten. 4, 30- (The struggle needs brains, hearts
and creative strength).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1983). Kaksikielisyys päämääränä, Ruotsin Suomalainen 52
(Bilingualism as a goal).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1983). Kritik av en kritiker. Invandrare och Minoriteter 1, 24
(Critique of a critic).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1983). Meillä ei vieläkään ole äidinkieltä. Ruotsin
Suomalainen 51 (We still do not have a mother tongue).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1983). Oliko Suomi tosiaan OSA Ruotsia - eli käydäänkö
entisen siirtomaan vapautustaistelu koulurintamalla. Mietteitä rasismista. Tiedote 7,
14-18 (Was Finland really a PART of Sweden - or is the liberation struggle of the
former colony being fought on the school front. Reflections on racism).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1983). Om metodologier, paradigm och ideologier i
minoritetsutbildningsforskningen. I Peura, Markku (red.) Invandrarminoriteter och
demokratisk forskning. Stockholm: Riksförbundet Finska Föreningar i Sverige,
29-79 (On methodologies, paradigms and ideologies in the research on minority
education).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1983). Research and its implications for the Swedish setting an immigrant’s point of view. In Husen, Torsten & Susan Opper (eds) Multicultural
and Multilingual Education in Immigrant Countries. Oxford: Pergamon Press,
127-140.
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1983). Ziel Zweisprachigkeit - Sprachenpolitik,
sprachwissenschaftliche Forschungsergebnisse und pädagogische Erfahrungen in
Schweden. Ausländerkinder, Forum für Schule & Sozialpädagogik, 13,
Zweisprachigkeit II, 27-51.
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1984). Alla invandrarorganisationer i Västtyskland vill ha
undervisning på modersmålet. Tiedote 1, 10 (All immigrant organisations in West
Germany want to have education through the medium of the mother tongue).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1984). Alle vesttyske indvandrerorganisationer: vi önsker
undervisning på modersmålet. Samspil 3, 19- (translation of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove
(1984). Alla invandrarorganisationer i Västtyskland vill ha undervisning på
modersmålet. Tiedote 1, 10 (All immigrant organisations in West Germany want to
have education through the medium of the mother tongue).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1984). Barns mänskliga språkliga rättigheter. Om finsk
frigörelsekamp på den svenska skolfronten. Kritisk Psykologi 1-2, 38-46 (Children’s
linguistic human rights. On Finnish liberation struggle on the Swedish school front).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1984). Bilingualism or not - the education of minorities.
Clevedon, Avon: Multilingual Matters, 378 p. (translation and revision of SkutnabbKangas, Tove (1981). Tvåspråkighet. Lund: Liber Läromedel, 369 pp.
(Bilingualism). South Asian edition, with Foreword by Ajit K. Mohanty, 2007, Delhi:
Orient Longman.
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1984). Children of Guest Workers and Immigrants: Linguistic
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and Educational Issues. In John Edwards (Ed.) Linguistic Minorities, Policies and
Pluralism. London: Academic Press, 17-48.
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1984). Deklaration om barns mänskliga språkliga rättigheter.
Tiedote 8, 4-5 (Declaration on Children’s Linguistic Human Rights).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1984). Erklaering om barnas språklige menneskerettigheter.
Immigranten, Nordisk Anti-rasistisk Tidskrift 4, 42-44 (translation of SkutnabbKangas, Tove (1984). Deklaration om barns mänskliga språkliga rättigheter. Tiedote
8, 4-5 (Declaration on Children’s Linguistic Human Rights).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1984). Meillä ei vieläkään ole äidinkieltä, Tiedote 1, 6- (reprint
of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1983). Meillä ei vieläkään ole äidinkieltä. Ruotsin
Suomalainen 51 (We still do not have a mother tongue).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1984). Neki preduslovi za ucenje jezika vecine - uporedna
analiza razlicitih prilika, Zbornik Radova Instituta za Strane Jezike i
Knijizevnosti, Sveska 6. Novi Sad: Univerzitet u Novom Sadu, Filosofski Fakultet,
371-406 (translation of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1982). Some prerequisites for
learning the majority language - a comparison between different conditions. In
Handlungsorientierung im Zweitschpracherwerb von Arbeitsmigranten, hrsg. F.
Januschek & W. Stölting, Osnabrücker Beiträge zur Sprachtheorie, 22, 163-95).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1984). Tramp ikke på sprogrettighederne. Dokumentation om
indvandrere 2, 5-8 (translation of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1984). Deklaration om
barns mänskliga språkliga rättigheter. Tiedote 8, 4-5 (Declaration on Children’s
Linguistic Human Rights).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1984). Why aren’t the Children in the Nordic Countries
Bilingual? Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 5, 301-315
(revised version of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1983). All children in the Nordic
countries should be bilingual - why aren’t they? In Phillipson, Robert & SkutnabbKangas, Tove (1983). Cultilingualism - papers in cultural and communicative
(in)competence. Roskilde: Roskilde University Centre, ROLIG-papir 28, 17-42).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1985). 1800-talet styr italienska invandrarbarns framtid.
Invandrare och Minoriteter 1, 21-25.
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1985). Barns språkliga mänskliga rättigheter.
Tensta-Hjulsta-Rinkeby Lokalt 1, 10 (reprint of of Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1984).
Deklaration om barns mänskliga språkliga rättigheter. Tiedote 8, 4-5 (Declaration on
Children’s Linguistic Human Rights).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1985). En riktig svensk ropar inte finnjävel. Hälsan i skolan,
28. Liber Utbilsningsförlag, 34-37 (A real Swede does not shout “Damned Finn”).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1985). Ovatko ruotsinsuomalaiset pysyvä vähemmistö? Tiedote
8, 11- (Are the Sweden Finns a permanent minority?).
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language and culture? J.M.M.G. starts unique court case)).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1988). Kamppailu oikeudesta kieleen ja kulttuuriin. Spångan
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Finnish Migrant School Strike in Sweden as an Example of Resistance. In Phillipson,
Robert & Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1986). Linguicism Rules in Education, Parts 1-3.
Roskilde: Roskilde University Centre, Institute, 553-577C 87), 45pp., ersätter sidorna
183-220 i boken) (proper version of translation of the translation, sent out as Errata,
Oct 1989).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1989). Language and Education in Arctic and Northern Cultural
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Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1989). Pakolaiset ja monikielisyys. In Anna-Kaarina Kippola
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building ethnic identity: “You can surely be bicountrial too”).
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Minority Rights Group, 34 p.. (the chapter on Linguistic Human Rights has appeared
in Hungarian in Cluj, Romania, in Korunk 5, 1992, 82-86; most of it is in Ansari,
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(translation of A 10).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1990). Suomi - siirtolaisten ja muuttajien kieli. Suomi
siirtolaisten kapsekissa (Finnish - the language of immigrants and migrants. Finland
in immigrants’ suitcases). Tiedote 1, 4-8.
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1990). Wer entscheidet, ob meine Sprache wichtig für mich ist?
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Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1991). Kaksikielisyys psykologisena ja poliittisena rikkautena
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(Who causes the costs?).
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(Who causes the costs?).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1992). J_ ber ku hejmara Kurdan j_ bo ku_t_na fiziki p_r e,
T_rkiye j_ ali çandi û z_man va ji l_ ku_t_na wan d_gere. Roja Nû 34, 8-11.
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Minderheitenkindern. Deutsch lernen. Zeitschrift für den Sprachunterricht mit
ausländischen Arbeitnehmern, 1, 38-67 (translation of C 95).
Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1992). Spredning af indvandrerbørn leder til sprogligt og
kulturelt folkemord og forhindrer tosprogethed. Indvandreren 39, 19-21.
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(Hungary), 15-16 August 1991, Final Report, Paris: Unesco (July 1992), 27 p..
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med Tiina Rinne Toh & Eric Toh, Mustafa Hussain & Ida Høgsbro, Gulda Bozarslan
& Mehmet Bozhan (Identity and strategies in multilingual families: interview with
TRT & ET, MH & IH, GB & MB). In Skutnabb-Kangas, Holmen & Phillipson (red.),
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Skutnabb-Kangas, Tove (1993). Kielikylpyjä ja Eurooppakouluja (Language baths and
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