Eric A. Anchimbe: Language policy and identity construction. The dynamics of Cameroonian multilingualism

Emmanuel Ngue Um 1
  • 1 Higher Teacher’s Training College, University of Yaoundé, Yaounde, Cameroon
Emmanuel Ngue Um

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The Journal of African Languages and Linguistics was founded in 1979 and has established itself as an important refereed forum for publications in African linguistics. The journal welcomes original contributions on all aspects of African language studies, synchronic as well as diachronic, theoretical as well as data-oriented.

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