A Study on Language Attitudes Towards Regional and Foreign Languages by School Children in Aragon, Spain

@article{Huguet2008ASO,
  title={A Study on Language Attitudes Towards Regional and Foreign Languages by School Children in Aragon, Spain},
  author={{\'A}. Huguet and C. Lapresta and J. Madariaga},
  journal={International Journal of Multilingualism},
  year={2008},
  volume={5},
  pages={275 - 293}
}
Abstract The study of language attitudes has proved vital in order to guarantee the success of any proposal for language teaching in schools. Nevertheless, in Aragon, a region of Northern Spain close to the Pyrenees, three regional languages coexist. The number of studies on this phenomenon is scarce, and we can only associate this lack of research with the absence of enthusiasm with which language attitudes have traditionally been treated. In this context, based on a sample of students in one… Expand
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