Globalization and Mother Tongues in Africa : between exclusion, threat of loss or death and revival and maintenance measures / edited by Yamina El Kirat el Allame.

International Colloquium on Globalization and Mother Tongues in Africa (2009 : Rabat, Morocco) [Browse]
  • English
  • French
Primiere edition.
Rabat : Editions & Impressions Bouregreg, [2010]
385 pages : maps (chiefly color), color charts ; 24 cm.


Sponsoring body
  • Manshūrāt Kullīyat al-Ādāb wa-al-ʻUlūm al-Insānīyah bi-al-Rabāṭ. Silsilat nadawāt wa-munāẓarāt ; raqm 166. [More in this series]
  • Série Colloques et seminaires / Univertsité Mohammed V Agdal Publication de la Faculté des Lettres et des Sciances Humaines - Rabat ; no. 166
"The research group Culture, Language, Education, Society and Development (CLESD), at the Faculty of Letters, University Mohammed V-Agdal, with the support of the Faculty of Letters and the Commission Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique et Technologique (CNRST), and in collaboration with the Bayreuth International Graduate School of African Studies (BIG SAS), held an international conference in Rabat, in June 2009, on the theme: Globalization and mother tongues in Africa: between exclusion, threat of loos and death and revival and maintenance."--Page 7.
Bibliographic references
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Language note
Texts in English, with some texts in French.
  • Mother tongues in Africa : basic demographics / Yamina el Kirat el Allame
  • Mother tongues and language endangerment in Africa / Yamina el Kirat el Allame & Meryem Ahoujil
  • Mother tongues across borders : the case of Eastern Africa region / Naomi L. Shitemi
  • Langues maternelles au Maroc : trajectoires sociales et enjeux politiques / Saïd Bennis
  • Intergenerational acculturation of Moroccan immigrants in the Netherlands / Abderrahman El Aissati & Kutlay Yagmur
  • Maintaining mother tonues through teaching and learning : perspectives and constraints for the Amazigh language / Mohamed Ouakrime
  • Language policy and mother tongues in Morocco : a linguistic human rights perspective / Karim Bensoukas
  • Mother tongue in education : the African experience / Mohamed Chtatou
  • Amazighe (applied) linguistic enquiry : ontological and empirical considerations / Nourddine Amrous
  • Les langues maternelles dans le système éducatif en Afrique francophone, problèmes et alternatives / Igue Akanni Mamoud
  • Attitudes towards mother tongue use in EFL classrooms : the case of LCI module students and teachers of English at FLHS-Rabat / Karima Belghiti
  • Can the use of the mother tongue aid the development of concept literacy in maths and science? / Rosemary Wildsmith-Cromarty & Mary Gordon
  • On the alleged problematic integration of the Amazigh language and culture in the Moroccan electronic media / Jilali Saib
  • The Amazigh language in the media of the diaspora : proficiency, use and attitudes / Abderrahman El Aissati
  • Politiques de l'enseignement du français de l'administration coloniale et représentation des langues dans le écritures africaines de soi / Viviane Azarian
  • The use of mother tongues in HIV/AIDS sensitisation campaigns in northeastern Nigeria / Baba Mai Bello
  • Students' attitudes towards the languages in use in Morocco : the case of the faculty of letters
  • Rabat / Yamina El Kirat el Allame, Moad Hajjam & Safaa Blila
  • Représentation de la langue et de l'identité Amazighes au sein de la famille marocaine / Yamina El Kirat el Allame & Kenza Tahiri
  • Language and nation in the Arab world / Ahmed Ech-Charfi.
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