Language Policy

Papers
(The TQCC of Language Policy is 2. 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 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
Editorial introduction: a historical overview of the expanding critique(s) of the gentrification of dual language bilingual education19
“Now it’s all upper-class parents who are checking out schools”: gentrification as coloniality in the enactment of two-way bilingual education policies15
“We live in the age of choice”: school administrators, school choice policies, and the shaping of dual language bilingual education13
The fiftyfication of dual language education: one-size-fits-all language allocation’s “equality” and “practicality” eclipsing a history of equity10
Managing people with language: language policy, planning and practice in multilingual blue-collar workplaces8
Dialect, language, nation: 50 years on8
Creating fertile grounds for two-way immersion: gentrification, immigration, & neoliberal school reforms7
Grammar tests, de facto policy and pedagogical coercion in England’s primary schools7
Beneficiary voices in ELT development aid: ethics, epistemology and politics7
The evolution of language ideological debates about English and French in a multilingual humanitarian organisation7
“Research shows that I am here for them”: Acompañamiento as language policy activism in times of TWBE gentrification7
Black lives matter versus Castañeda v. Pickard: a utopian vision of who counts as bilingual (and who matters in bilingual education)6
Conceptualisation of family and language practice in family language policy research on migrants: a systematic review5
“What the fuck is this for a language, this cannot be Deutsch?” language ideologies, policies, and semiotic practices of a kitchen crew in a hotel restaurant5
The gentrification of two-way dual language programs: a commentary5
Sign language planning and policy in Ontario teacher education5
Language policy and linguistic landscaping in a contemporary blue-collar workplace in the Dutch–German borderland4
A Black mother’s counterstory to the Brown–White binary in dual language education: toward disrupting dual language as White property4
Perceptions and attitudes of Qatar University students regarding the utility of arabic and english in communication and education in Qatar4
Is English the world’s lingua franca or the language of the enemy? Choice and age factors in foreign language policymaking in Iran4
‘I don’t think that’s really their wheelhouse’: governing language policy interpretation in teacher education3
The punctuated equilibrium model of public policy: explaining inertia in Singapore’s Mother Tongue policy3
Critical ethnography of language policy in the global south: insights from research in Timor-Leste3
Educational linguicism: linguistic discrimination against minority students in Vietnamese mainstream schools3
The ambivalent role of Urdu and English in multilingual Pakistan: a Bourdieusian study3
Family language policy in retrospect: Narratives of success and failure in an Indian–Iranian transnational family3
Officiality and strategic ambiguity in language policy: exploring migrant experiences in Andorra and Luxembourg3
Tetun akadémiku: University lecturers’ roles in the intellectualisation of Tetum3
From discourses about language-in-education policy to language practices in the classroom—a linguistic ethnographic study of a multi-scalar nature in Timor-Leste3
"Verde is Not the Word for Green in Spanish": The Problematic Arrogance of Monolingual, Powerful Parents2
After Castañeda: a glotopolítica perspective and educational dignity paradigm to educate racialized bilinguals2
#workfromhome: how multi-level marketers enact and subvert federal language policy for profit2
Qinsheng Zhou: Ethnic Minority Languages in China: Policy and Practice2
Bilingual teacher educators as language policy agents: A critical language policy perspective of the Castañeda v. Pickard case and the bilingual teacher shortage2
Reconstructing over 20 years of language practice, management and ideology at a multinational corporation in Brussels: A scaled socio-historical approach to language policy2
Pride, prejudice and pragmatism: family language policies in the UK2
Beyond Castañeda and the “language barrier” ideology: young children and their right to bilingualism2
Navigating competing policy demands: Dual service provision for English learners with disabilities in middle school2
Anglonormativity in Norwegian language education policy and in the educational trajectories of immigrant adolescents2
Policy formation for adult migrant language education in England: national neglect and its implications2
Digital communication as part of family language policy: the interplay of multimodality and language status in a Finnish context2
Language test activism2
Language advocacy in times of securitization and neoliberalization: The Network LanguageRights2
Family language policy and language shift in postcolonial Mozambique: a critical, multi-layered approach2
Examining the implementation of language education policies in mainstream primary schools2
Re-orienting to language users: humanizing orientations in language planning as praxis2
Contesting language policy for asylum seekers in the Northern periphery: the story of Tailor F2
Adult literacy classes in Timor-Leste and diverse language values and practices across the regions: implications for language policy-making2
Editorial introduction: Advocacy issues and research in language policy2
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