Nathan John Albury
Nathan John Albury
Leiden University Centre for Linguistics
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Your language or ours? Inclusion and exclusion of non-indigenous majorities in Māori and Sámi language revitalization policy
NJ Albury
Current Issues in Language Planning 16 (3), 315-334, 2015
Defining Māori language revitalisation: A project in folk linguistics
NJ Albury
Journal of Sociolinguistics 20 (3), 287-311, 2016
Introducing the folk linguistics of language policy
NJ Albury
International Journal of Language Studies 8 (4), 85-106, 2014
Malaysia's national language policy in international theoretical context
NJ Albury, KK Aye
Journal of Nusantara Studies 1 (1), 71-84, 2016
National language policy theory: exploring Spolsky¡¦s model in the case of Iceland
NJ Albury
Language Policy, 1-18, 2015
Mother tongues and languaging in Malaysia: Critical linguistics under critical examination
NJ Albury
Language in Society 46 (4), 567-589, 2017
An old problem with new directions: Māori language revitalisation and the policy ideas of youth
NJ Albury
Current Issues in Language Planning 17 (2), 161-178, 2016
¡§I¡¦ve Admired Them for Doing so Well¡¨: Where to Now for Indigenous Languages and Literacies?
NJ Albury
Perspectives on Indigenous writing and literacies, 13-28, 2019
How folk linguistic methods can support critical sociolinguistics
NJ Albury
Lingua 199, 36-49, 2017
The power of folk linguistic knowledge in language policy
NJ Albury
Language Policy 16 (2), 209-228, 2017
¡§If We Lose Their Language We Lose Our History¡¨: Knowledge and Disposition in Māori Language Acquisition Policy
NJ Albury
Journal of Language, Identity & Education 17 (2), 69-84, 2018
Collective (white) memories of Māori language loss (or not)
NJ Albury
Language Awareness 24 (4), 303-315, 2015
Te Reo May Still Face Extinction
N Albury ¡K, 2013
Linguistic landscape and metalinguistic talk about societal multilingualism
NJ Albury
International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 1-17, 2018
Objectives at the crossroads: Critical theory and self-determination in indigenous language revitalization
NJ Albury
Critical Inquiry in Language Studies 12 (4), 256-282, 2015
Between public perception and government intent in national language policy
NJ Albury
Current Issues in Language Planning 20 (2), 160-178, 2019
Holding them at arm¡¦s length: A critical review of Norway¡¦s policy on Sámi language maintenance
NJ Albury
Journal of Home Language Research 1 (2016), 1-16, 2016
Embracing Indigenous languages: the Kiwis just do it better
NJ Albury ¡K, 2015
A typology of arguments for and against bilingual place-naming in Aotearoa New Zealand
NJ Albury, L Carter
Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 38 (9), 831-842, 2017
The widening gap between Malaysia¡¦s international tourism brand and domestic multicultural policy
NJ Albury, LH Ooi
Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events 9 (3), 318-330, 2017
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