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'''Status planning''' is one aspect of [[language planning]], in the well-known classification of Kloss (1969): It refers to modifications in the social role of a language, in particular the role with respect to the state or the government.  
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'''Status planning''' is one aspect of [[language planning]], in the well-known classification of Kloss (1969): It refers to modifications in the social role of a language, in particular the role with respect to the state or the government.
  
*"Those concerned with this type of language planning take the corpus of the language for granted; they are primarily interested in the status of the language, whether it is satisfactory as it is or whether it should be lowered or raised." (Kloss 1969)
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:"Those concerned with this type of language planning take the corpus of the language for granted; they are primarily interested in the status of the language, whether it is satisfactory as it is or whether it should be lowered or raised." (Kloss 1969)
  
 
===References===
 
===References===
 
*Cobarrubias, Juan. 1983. "Ethical issues in status planning." In: Cobarrubias, Juan & Fishman, Joshua A. (eds.) 1983. ''Progress in language planning: International perspectives.'' Berlin: Mouton, 41-85.
 
*Cobarrubias, Juan. 1983. "Ethical issues in status planning." In: Cobarrubias, Juan & Fishman, Joshua A. (eds.) 1983. ''Progress in language planning: International perspectives.'' Berlin: Mouton, 41-85.
*Kloss, Heinz. 1969. ''Reserach possibilities on group bilingualism: a report.'' Quebec: International Center for research on Bilingualism.
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*Kloss, Heinz. 1969. ''Research possibilities on group bilingualism: A report.'' Quebec: International Center for research on Bilingualism.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:05, 30 January 2013

Status planning is one aspect of language planning, in the well-known classification of Kloss (1969): It refers to modifications in the social role of a language, in particular the role with respect to the state or the government.

"Those concerned with this type of language planning take the corpus of the language for granted; they are primarily interested in the status of the language, whether it is satisfactory as it is or whether it should be lowered or raised." (Kloss 1969)

References

  • Cobarrubias, Juan. 1983. "Ethical issues in status planning." In: Cobarrubias, Juan & Fishman, Joshua A. (eds.) 1983. Progress in language planning: International perspectives. Berlin: Mouton, 41-85.
  • Kloss, Heinz. 1969. Research possibilities on group bilingualism: A report. Quebec: International Center for research on Bilingualism.