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Inclusive education in the context of minority and migrant languages

Duarte, J. & van der Meer, C., 2018, Communities in control (FEL XXI). Ostler, N., Ferreira, V. & Moseley, C. (eds.). London: Foundation for Endangered Languages, p. 10-16 7 p.

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APA

Duarte, J., & van der Meer, C. (2018). Inclusive education in the context of minority and migrant languages. In N. Ostler, V. Ferreira, & C. Moseley (Eds.), Communities in control (FEL XXI) (pp. 10-16). Foundation for Endangered Languages.

Author

Duarte, Joana ; van der Meer, Cor. / Inclusive education in the context of minority and migrant languages. Communities in control (FEL XXI). editor / Nicholas Ostler ; Vera Ferreira ; Chris Moseley. London : Foundation for Endangered Languages, 2018. pp. 10-16

Harvard

Duarte, J & van der Meer, C 2018, Inclusive education in the context of minority and migrant languages. in N Ostler, V Ferreira & C Moseley (eds), Communities in control (FEL XXI). Foundation for Endangered Languages, London, pp. 10-16.

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Inclusive education in the context of minority and migrant languages. / Duarte, Joana; van der Meer, Cor.

Communities in control (FEL XXI). ed. / Nicholas Ostler; Vera Ferreira; Chris Moseley. London : Foundation for Endangered Languages, 2018. p. 10-16.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterAcademic

Vancouver

Duarte J, van der Meer C. Inclusive education in the context of minority and migrant languages. In Ostler N, Ferreira V, Moseley C, editors, Communities in control (FEL XXI). London: Foundation for Endangered Languages. 2018. p. 10-16


BibTeX

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