An old problem with new directions: Māori language revitalisation and the policy ideas of youth

@article{Albury2016AnOP,
  title={An old problem with new directions: Māori language revitalisation and the policy ideas of youth},
  author={Nathan John Albury},
  journal={Current Issues in Language Planning},
  year={2016},
  volume={17},
  pages={161 - 178}
}
  • Nathan John Albury
  • Published 2016
  • Sociology
  • Current Issues in Language Planning
  • ABSTRACT Legislative changes are afoot in New Zealand that are formalising an ideological shift in policy that decreasingly positions the Māori language a matter of interethnic national identity but increasingly as one for Māori self-determination. The Waitangi Tribunal (WAI262, Waitangi Tribunal, 2011) established that, from here on, Māori language policy should be determined in large measure by Māori ideas. This paper advances the question of what these Māori ideas are, and indeed whether… CONTINUE READING
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