Multilingualism and social cohesion: insights from South African students (1998, 2010, 2015)

@inproceedings{Susanna2016MultilingualismAS,
  title={Multilingualism and social cohesion: insights from South African students (1998, 2010, 2015)},
  author={Coetzee-van Rooy Susanna},
  year={2016}
}
The relationship between nations (or states), languages and social cohesion have been studied over time. Contexts like Africa and India challenge the conceived Western notion of “one-nation-one-language”. Insights about multilingualism and social cohesion from complex sociolinguistic contexts like South Africa could provide a deeper understanding helpful for promoting social cohesion in emerging “super-diverse” situations across the globe. This article reports on selected data from a… CONTINUE READING