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Page i Language, Ethnicity and Education Page ii MULTILINGUAL MATTERS SERIES Series Editor Professor John Edwards, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada Other Books in the Series Beyond Bilingualism: Multilingualism and Multilingual Education JASONE CENOZ and FRED GENESEE (eds) Language Attitudes in Sub-Saharan Africa EFUROSIBINA ADEGBIJA Language Planning: From Practice to Theory ROBERT B. KAPLAN and RICHARD, B. BALDAUF Jr. L. K. K. K. ) Managing Language Diversity S. WRIGHT and KELLY-HOLMES, H.

As early as 1982, the Australian Institute of Multicultural Affairs recognized the above-mentioned identification problems for inhabitants of Australia and proposed including questions on birth-country (of person and parents), ethnic origin (based on self-categorization), and home language use in their censuses. In the next section, we will deal with such experiences abroad. , Australia, Canada, The United States, and South Africa. In each of these countries, English has become the language of status and power as a result of colonization processes.

000 were granted in the period 1985-1994 (CBS 1995). 4 gives an overview of population groups in the Netherlands on January 1, 1996, based on the combined birth-country criterion (BCPMF) versus the nationality criterion, and derived from recent CBS statistics (CBS 1997). 4 Population of the Netherlands (x 1000) based on the combined birth-country criterion (BCPMF) and the nationality criterion on January 1, 1996 (CBS 1997) Groups (xlOOO) BCPMF Nationality Abs. diff. , Turks, Moroccans, Surinamese, Antilleans and former Yugoslavs) and a stabilization of most other groups.

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