Cardinal, Linda
April 2010
Politique et Sociétés;2010, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p3
Academic Journal
An introduction to the issue is presented in which the editor reflects on the question of the acknowledgment of linguistic and national minorities, discusses the principles of territoriality and personality, and examines the role of globalization in the future of linguistic and national minorities.


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