Diversity, Super-Diversity, and Monolingual Language Ideology in the United States

@article{Wiley2014DiversitySA,
  title={Diversity, Super-Diversity, and Monolingual Language Ideology in the United States},
  author={Terrence G. Wiley},
  journal={Review of Research in Education},
  year={2014},
  volume={38},
  pages={1 - 32}
}
E new demographic shift and economic or social change bring seemingly new issues into popular and political focus—questions, debates, and policies about the role of language in education and society and the recent claims that transnational migrations and globalization are resulting in unprecedented forms of ethnolinguisic “super-diversity.” This chapter addresses issues related to language diversity, policy, and politics within the U.S. context and notes recent trends and future projections… Expand

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