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  • Language and economy in Friesland: a first step towards development of a theory
  • Cultural studies ; Economic impact ; Economic situation ; Employment structure ; Friesland ; Language ; Netherlands (The) ; Regional economy ; Regional identity
  • This is a case study of the mutual relationship between language and economy in Friesland. The debate concerns the effects of the Frisian language and the language policy, on the functioning of the regional economy. Possible negative consequences
  • Language planning, marginality and regional development in the Irish Gaeltacht.
  • The decline of ethnodiversity in high mountain regions: the Rhaetoromansch minority in Grisons, Switzerland
  • Cultural studies ; Ethnic community ; Graubünden ; Italy ; Language ; Linguistic minority ; Mountain ; Peripheral region ; Switzerland
  • Culturel ; Ethnie ; Graubünden ; Italie ; Langue ; Minorité linguistique ; Montagne ; Rhéto-romanche ; Région périphérique ; Suisse
  • The Rhaetoromansch language, divided into five main dialects, is unevenly distributed in Grisons canton. Well-qualified people have emigrated. Schooling in German has intensified its decline, leaving the future of the language in grave doubt. - (DWG)
  • Renu's regionalism: language and form
  • Bihar ; Géographie culturelle ; Géographie humaine ; Identité culturelle ; Inde ; Littérature ; Région ; Régionalisme
  • The United Kingdom's Celtic languages
  • Cultural geography ; Education ; Language ; Mass commmunication ; Regional identity ; United Kingdom
  • Language, occupation and regionalism as determinants of White political allegiances in South Africa : the 1981 and 1987 general elections
  • The geography of the Afrikaans language in South Africa
  • The distribution of the five million Afrikaans speakers in South Africa is examined, noting the significance of the western Cape core region. - (AJC)
  • Regional development and language maintenance
  • Cultural geography ; Economic situation ; Ireland ; Language ; Regional development ; Regional policy
  • Aquitaine ; Cultural studies ; France ; French people ; Language ; Nationalism ; Pyrénées-Atlantiques ; Region ; Regional language ; Regionalism
  • Aquitaine ; Basque ; Bilinguisme ; Culturel ; France ; Français ; Langue ; Langue régionale ; Nationalisme ; Pyrénées-Atlantiques ; Région ; Régionalisme
  • Accessibility and language characteristics in Catalonia
  • Accessibility ; Autonomy ; Catalonia ; Centrality ; Cultural studies ; Isolation ; Language ; Region ; Spain ; Transport network
  • Accessibilité ; Autonomie ; Cataluña ; Centralité ; Culturel ; Espagne ; Isolement ; Langue ; Région ; Réseau de transports
  • International atlas of language vitality. Volume 2. Western Europe
  • Atlas ; Cultural studies ; Europe ; Language ; Minority ; Regional language ; Western Europe
  • International atlas of language vitality. Volume 3. West Africa
  • Africa ; Atlas ; Cultural studies ; Language ; Regional language ; West Africa
  • Caucasus and Iran. 1. Physical geography, population and economy. 2. Language contact
  • Caucasus ; Cultural studies ; Economy ; Eurasia ; Iran ; Language ; Physical geography ; Population
  • La présentation physique, démographique et économique (pas d'analyse ethnique) du Caucase ne concerne pas directement l'Iran, contrairement à l'analyse des contacts linguistiques, des langues iraniennes de cette région (kurde, tati, taleshi, ossète
  • Representing cultural divides in Ireland : some nineteenth- and early twentieth -century mappings of variation in religion and language
  • Cartographic display ; Cultural studies ; History of cartography ; Ireland ; Language ; Nineteenth Century ; Regional identity ; Religion ; Twentieth Century
  • Cultural ; Historia de la cartografía ; Identidad regional ; Idioma ; Irlanda ; Religión ; Representación cartográfica ; Siglo 19 ; Siglo 20
  • showing the distribution of religions during the 1840s, but Hume has the distinction of putting into print what may be the first maps to record some of those divisions of religion and language that remain significant for regional identity in Ireland.
  • Some aspects of language planning in Quebec and Finland
  • Canada ; Cultural studies ; Finland ; Language ; Linguistic minority ; Quebec
  • Cultural studies ; France ; Language ; Nation-state ; Policy ; Power ; Regional language
  • Cultural studies ; France ; Language ; Policy ; Regional language
  • Mapping a New Kind of European Boundary: The Language Border between Modern France and Germany
  • Alsace ; Borders ; Charles-étienne Coquebert de Montbret ; Constant This ; France ; Frontier ; Germany ; Heinrich Kiepert ; History of cartography ; Karl Bernhardi ; Language ; Lorraine ; Nineteenth Century ; language ; linguistic boundaries
  • ; national identity ; popular maps ; regional identity ; unofficial borders
  • locales. Une fois imprimées, les cartes linguistiques rencontrèrent un large intérêt public, et permirent de structurer les débats sur l'identité culturelle dans les régions frontalières européennes. Cet article explore les motivations nationalistes et
  • and mapping the borders between their languages. The barrier of language offered a new way of seeing, dividing and organizing European land according to cultural differences. The cartographic techniques that Europeans invented to map their language borders
  • involved a combination of linguistic surveys, on-site observations and collaboration with locals. Once printed, language maps found a broad public audience and helped to structure debates over cultural identity in European borderlands. This article explores
  • The diffusion of click sounds from Khoisan to Bantu languages in South Africa
  • Cultural geography ; Diffusion ; Language ; South Africa
  • The patterns of diffusion of the Khoisan click sounds in the Bantu languages of southern Africa are shown and possible explanations are examined. - (AJC)
  • Cultural geography ; Decentralization ; Frontier ; Language ; Region ; Regional identity ; United Kingdom ; Wales
  • Décentralisation ; Frontière ; Géographie culturelle ; Identité régionale ; Langue ; Royaume-Uni ; Région ; Wales
  • Repenser les territoires et les frontières (culturels). Langue, identité politique et récit d'une région de culture galloise.