The position of Finnish and Swedish as well as other languages at universities in Finland
Ylönen, S. (2015). The position of Finnish and Swedish as well as other languages at universities in Finland. In F. X. Vila, & V. Bretxa (Eds.), Language Policy in Higher Education : The Case of Medium-Sized Languages (pp. 64-102). Multilingual Matters. Multilingual matters, 158. https://doi.org/10.21832/9781783092765-006
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