Current Issues in Language Planning

Papers
(The median citation count of Current Issues in Language Planning is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Agency in language planning and policy48
English-medium education reform in Kazakhstan: comparative study of educational change across two contexts in one country20
English only or more?: Language ideologies of international students in an EMI university in multilingual Hong Kong19
Teacher agency and spaces in changes of English language education policy19
Family language policy and planning in China: the changing langscape15
A critique of Taiwan’s bilingual education policy through a ROAD-MAPPING of teacher experiences14
Linguistic imperialism, English, and development: implications for Colombia12
‘Home away from home’: understanding Chinese parents’ ideological beliefs and involvement in international school students’ language learning8
Negotiating English-only gatekeepers: teachers’ agency through a public sphere lens7
Languages for learning: a framework for implementing India’s multilingual language-in-education policy7
The gendered migrant experience: a study of family language policy (FLP) amongst mothers and daughters in the Somali community, Bristol7
On the outside, looking in: learning community languages and Scotland’s 1 + 2 Language Strategy7
Bilingual daycares in the Netherlands: an analysis of the implementation of bilingual input and underlying ideologies7
English as a medium of instruction in Kazakhstani higher education: a case study7
Teacher sociolinguistic backgrounds: a multilinguistic domain approach to understand teacher agency and language planning outcomes7
Shifting ecologies of family language planning: Hungarian Australian families during COVID-197
Commodification of the Chinese language: investigating language ideology in the Chinese complementary schools’ online discourse6
Exploring family language policymaking of internal migrant families in contemporary China: negotiating habitus, capital and the social field6
Language learners as invisible planners: a case study of an Arabic language program in a Chinese university6
Multiscalar research on family language policy and planning in China: commentary6
Participation and deliberation in language policy: the case of gender-neutral language6
Language solidarity, vitality and status: Sibe family language attitudes in North-western China6
How stakeholders see the implementation of language education policy: a Q-study5
‘Building a new public idea about language’?: Multilingualism and language learning in the post-Brexit UK5
Understanding China’s LOTE learners’ perceptions and choices of LOTE(s) and English learning: a linguistic market perspective5
Characterising language policy and planning in international organisations: ASEAN insights5
Supporting speakers of community languages: a case study of policy and practice in primary schools5
Negotiating hegemonies in language policy: ideological synergies in media recontextualizations of audit culture4
Whither the Irish Language Act? Language policies in Northern Ireland4
Conscripted into thinking of scarce, selective, privatized, and precarious seats in dual language bilingual education: the choice discourse of mercenary exclusivity4
Second language learning and socioeconomic development: interrogating anglonormativity from the perspective of pre-service modern language professionals4
Discourses shaping the language-in-education policy and foreign language education in Nepal: an intersectional perspective4
Language ideological landscapes for students in university language policies: inclusion, exclusion, or hierarchy4
Minority language rights to education in international, regional, and domestic regulations and practices: the case of Frisian in the Netherlands4
Reproducing inequality while celebrating diversity: an ethnographic study of international students’ EMI learning experiences in China4
Teaching in borrowed spaces: community language schools and educational equity in New South Wales, Australia4
The neoliberal structures of English in Japanese higher education: applying Bernstein’s pedagogic device4
An empirical validation study of Spolsky's language policy model4
When the linguistic market meets the tea business: language attitudes, ideologies and linguistic entrepreneurship in the Blang community in China3
Ten years with the Swedish Language Act3
Language ideologies and linguistic entrepreneurship in inter-Asian mobility: voices from international students at Chinese universities3
Language planning and policies in Russia through a historical perspective3
Teachers’ understanding of the importance of students’ mother tongue(s) in Qatar’s international English-medium primary schools: findings from Q method research3
A tale of two cafés: spatial production as de facto language policy3
State policymakers on Latvian, English, and Russian in higher education in Latvia: language ideological debates through the lens of argumentation analysis2
Shadow education, Bourdieu, & meritocracy: towards an understanding of Juku and inequality in Japan2
Policy from below: STEM teachers’ response to EMI policy and policy-making in the mainstream schools in Kazakhstan2
Hungarian as a minority and majority language in different language policy contexts2
Essential components in planning multilingual education: a case study of Cambodia’s Multilingual Education National Action Plan2
Suggesting a policy-driven approach to validation in the context of the Test of Proficiency in Korean (TOPIK)2
A quantitative analysis of the language policy processes in early childhood professionals’ advice on multilingual parenting2
Language management and its impact: the policies and practices of Confucius Institutes Language management and its impact: the policies and practices of Confucius Institutes 2
Life sciences reading material in vernacular: lessons from developing a bilingual (IsiZulu and English) book on South African frogs2
Learning the language of social environment: the case of Hungarian in Vojvodina (Serbia)2
Language, hospitality, and internationalisation: exploring university life with the ethical and political acts of university administrators2
Family language policy in Indigenous and bilingual communities: case studies of Nahuatl-speaking caregivers in Mexico2
Language as a resource: public sector discourse on the role of regional minority and community languages in integration and employment2
Racialization and English learning: the experiences of Nepali secondary school students in Hong Kong1
Gaps between policy aspirations and enactment: graduate students’ struggles with academic English amidst a turbulent transition to the EMI environment in Kazakhstani universities1
Language policy and governmentality: Chanting the Chinese Classics1
Legal status and regulation of the German language in the Federal Republic of Germany1
‘We are Indigenous people, not primitive people.’: the role of popular music in Indigenous language revitalization in Taiwan1
Teacher agency and the implementation of CEFR-like policies for English for tourism and hospitality: insights from local vocational high schools in Indonesia1
Russian language teachers’ professional agency against the backdrop of the New National Teaching Quality Standards in China: an ecological perspective1
Common sense and resistance: EMI policy and practice in Indonesian universities1
Language planning for diversity in foreign language education1
Language policy and planning in the teaching of native languages in Pakistan1
Strategic management of Welsh language training on a macro and micro level1
Sustaining and revitalizing Indigenous languages in Oklahoma public schools: educational sovereignty in language policy and planning1
Instructors’ navigation and appropriation of gender-inclusive Spanish at a U.S. University1
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