By Christina Higgins
This ebook explores how multilingualism regarding English is ordered in post-colonial, globalizing societies. by way of putting multilingual practices on the theoretical middle, the writer investigates a number sociolinguistic domain names to illustrate how contributors use English as a neighborhood source along different languages in East Africa to provide an array of neighborhood and worldwide identifications.
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