Language Education Policy Studies
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Language Education Policy (LEP) in Asia

 This section features pages about Asia--see table of contents to the right.

An overview is forthcoming.

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Bastardas, A. (2002b). World language policy in the era of globalization. Diversity and intercommunication from the perspective of ‘complexity’. Noves SL. Revista de Sociolinguistica/Journal on Sociolinguistics (online journal).


Bastardas Boada, A. (2007). Linguistic sustainability for a multilingual humanity. Glossa- an Interdiscipinary Journal, 2 (2), 1-31.


Hornberger, N. (Ed.). (2003). Continua of Biliteracy: An Ecological Framework for Educational Policy, Research, and Practice in Multilingual Settings. Tonawanda, NY: Multilingal Matters.


Marti, F. (1996). Language Education for World Peace. Global Issues in Language Education, (25), 16-17. Retrieved on 20-7-13 at


Tochon, F.V. (2009). The Key to Global Understanding: World Languages Education- Why Schools Need to Adapt. Review of Educational Research, 79 (2), 650-681.


Yusuf, S. (2011). The Importance of the Foreign Language Learning Contributing to World Peace. US-China Education Review, 8 (5), 580-588.


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Harrison, K.  M. (2013). Language Education Policy by World Regions. In F. V. Tochon (Ed.), Language Education Policy Studies (online). Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin—Madison. Retrieved from: (access date). 

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