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The Handbook of Multilingualism systematically presents the latest knowledge about central aspects of this subject area with a particular focus on the language situation in Germany. It provides an extensive, linguistically grounded, and interdisciplinary overview of basic terms, theoretical perspectives, research methods, topics, and the fields in which individual, societal, and institutional multilingualism manifest themselves.
Csaba Földes, University of Erfurt, Germany; Thorsten Roelcke, Technical University of Berlin, Germany.
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