Language Rights of the Russian-Speaking Minority in Finland: Multi-sited Historical Arguments and Language Ideologies
Lähteenmäki, M., & Pöyhönen, S. (2015). Language Rights of the Russian-Speaking Minority in Finland: Multi-sited Historical Arguments and Language Ideologies. In M. Halonen, P. Ihalainen, & T. Saarinen (Eds.), Language Policies in Finland and Sweden. Interdisciplinary and multi-sited comparisons (pp. 90-115). Bristol : Multilingual Matters.
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