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Accommodating Linguistic Difference: Five Normative Models of Language Rights

  • Xabier Arzoz

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Five language rights models: human rights model, ‘old’ minority rights model, ‘new’ minority rights model, indigenous peoples rights model, and official-language rights model – Different philosophical and legal foundations and very different concerns: personal autonomy and development, social integration and cohesion, ethnocultural preservation, and political integration – Sociological and historical context of each state is key factor in the type of linguistic accommodation sought by minorities

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* University of the Basque Country; xabier.arzoz@ehu.es.

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Accommodating Linguistic Difference: Five Normative Models of Language Rights

  • Xabier Arzoz

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