Study of the role of second languages in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, edited by Frank A. Rice.

; Center for Applied Linguistics
Washington, Center for Applied Linguistics of the Modern Language Association of America, 1962.

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Other Authors Rice, Frank A.,
Center for Applied Linguistics.
Subjects Bilingualism.
Languages, Modern -- Study and teaching.
Description vi, 123 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1962.
Notes "One of a series of documents resulting from the survey of second language teaching conducted by the Center for Applied Linguistics of the Modern Language Association of America during the period, December 1959-March 1961."
"Reprint edition of a report prepared for the Mutual Security Program of the United States of America under ... contract no. ICAc-1927"--Stamped on verso of title page.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Background to second language problems, by C.A. Ferguson.--The language factor in national development, by C.A. Ferguson.--An outline of linguistic typology for describing multilingualism, by W.A. Stewart.--Mexican and Guatemalan bilingualism, by A.R. Diebold, Jr.--Creole languages in the Caribbean, by W.A. Stewart.--Lingua francas, with special reference to Africa, by W.J. Samarin.--Language situation in East Africa, by R.E. Sutherlin.--Language problems in the rural development of North India, by J.J. Gumperz.--Language standardization, by P.S. Ray.--Sociocultural change and communication problems, by J. Roberts.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)450369
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