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Inclusion or exclusion
People who advocate a vision of distinct communities that speak different languages, keep apart from each other, and communicate with the structures of the larger society only through interpreters, ar...
Myths of Cultural Dysfunction: Against The Current vol. 132
This is another “blame the victim” book faulting Latino immigrants for not being as prosperous as other ethnic and racial groups, such as the Asians, in the United States. According to the author, the...
Nim and Noam: Skinner, Chomsky and the Chimp
Young, Charles M.
How psychologists abused a chimpanzee in a failed attempt to prove that Noam Chomsky was wrong about language.
Africa: Lessons From Africa Prove the Incredible Value of Mother Tongue Learning
Using case studies of educational systems in Africa, Heugh defends the use of mother-tongue education in multilingual countries, whereby vernacular languages are used in primary schools to introduce o...
The Loom of Language
A Guide to Foreign Languages for the Home Student
This book provides a survey of language throughout history, from hieroglyphs to modern day languages.
Talk Talk Talk
An Investigation into the Mystery of Speech
Ingram explores the many aspects of talking.