Difference between revisions of "Corpus planning"

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Latest revision as of 18:57, 30 January 2013

Corpus planning is one aspect of language planning, in the well-known classification of Kloss (1969): It refers to modifications in vocabulary, grammar, or writing, and it contrasts with status planning.

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The term corpus planning is misleading in that the planning does not affect any kind of corpus, but the structure of a language (which after a successful change will of course lead to changes in corpora).

Reference

  • Kloss, Heinz. 1969. Research possibilities on group bilingualism: a report. Quebec: International Center for research on Bilingualism.