The series focuses on language diversity both as a global, societal phenomenon and as embedded in situation-specific and local practices which structure participation in social activity. It publishes previously unpublished research investigating from the following subjects: Multilingualism as a problem and a resource in society - Ideologies, language policies and language rights - Language contact and change - Multilingual discourses and practices in varying social settings - Meanings and modalities of multilingualism - Language diversity, social action and interaction - Language learning and multilingualism.

The series includes contributions by researchers at the Department of Languages, University of Jyväskylä, their research partners, and invited contributions. For more information please see the home page of the serie.

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