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Ideology of English monolingualism as the basis of the US language policy

Author Skachkova I. I.
Pages 80-87
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Keywords monolingualism, minority languages, multilingualism, official language, the language policy.
Abstract (summary) The article deals with the ideological foundations of English monolingualism in the U. S. A. The author analyses the arguments used by supporters and opponents of this ideology. The author also describes the history of monolingualism, as well as its function and sources.
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