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It shows that longterm survival with low demolinguistic figures is possible if they are compensated for by a clear preference.

Berlin/New York: Waxmann. the domestic domain and the public domain. Prototypical of these two domains are the home and the school, respectively. Bühler-Otten, . & Fürstenau, S. (2004). Multilingualism in Hamburg. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.

towards a more integrated explanatory framework (p. 5–81). Münster/New York: Waxmann. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 15(1), 17–28.

towards a more integrated explanatory framework (pp. 65-81). M,nster/New York: Waxmann. In M. Gonzales (E., Linguistik als kulturwissenschaft. festschrift f,r bernd spillner zum 60. geburtstag (pp. 223229). Frankfurt a/M: Peter Lang. In R. Kaplan (E., The oxford handbook of applied linguistics (pp. 287-300).

In the first part of the book theoretical perspectives are presented, followed by linguistic . 37. Four Case Studies.

Data are presented from: the Philippines, Korea, Japan, Israel, The Netherlands, Belgium, Canada, Sweden, Spain, Denmark, Morocco, Finland, Malaysia, Germany, USA, Ireland, India, Tanzania and Australia.

As the world becomes more integrated, the need for common means of communication is becoming more pressing. Some people argue that there is nothing that can or should be done to stop this process. This can have benefits both for the minority speech community and for society as a whole in terms of cultural richness.