Seeing is believing? Public exposure to Gaelic and language attitudes

@inproceedings{OHanlon2019SeeingIB,
  title={Seeing is believing? Public exposure to Gaelic and language attitudes},
  author={Fiona O'Hanlon and Lindsay Paterson},
  year={2019}
}
In language planning for minority languages, policy often aims to positively influence attitudes towards the language by increasing its salience in key areas of public life such as broadcasting and... 

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