Volume 6(1): 2022 – Special Issue, LPP2020 Part 1

Volume 6(1): 2022 – Special Issue, LPP2020 Part 1

Special Issue Guest Editor

~ Mela Sarkar, McGill University

Issue 6(1) is the first of two special issues from the 2020 LPP (Language Policy and Planning conference) that was planned, but cancelled due to Covid uncertainties, to take place at McGill University in Montreal. Part 2 will be published later in 2022.

As always, J-BILD would like to recognize the contributions of the peer mentors and copy editors who collaborated with the authors of manuscripts for this issue. Thank you to the following:

Peer Mentors:

Beatrice Cale, McGill University
Ben Calman, McGill University
Stephen Davis, University of Regina
Kate Hardin, McGill University
Rubina Khanam, University of Regina

Copy Editors:

Dave Dufour, Concordia University
Emily Sheepy, Concordia University
Lauren Strachan, Concordia University


Produced from within the Pandemic: The Power of Scholarly Publishing to help us Weather Adversity

~ Mela Sarkar, McGill University

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Research Studies

Parlers romani et romani standard à l’école : tensions entre politique officielle et politique en classe

~ Marija Apostolović, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris

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Fostering Plurilingualism as a Strategic Tool for Better Learning: An Ethnic Korean High School in China

~ Meilan Ehlert, University of British Columbia (Okanagan)

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Linguistic Trajectories and Family Language Policy: Return Migrant Families in Mexico

~ Dana K. Nelson, Jesahe Herrera Ruano, and Jesús H. K. Zepeda Huerta, Universidad Autónoma de Nayarit, México

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Forming a Personal Multicultural Ideology: The Case of a Japanese College Student

~ Mitsuyo Sakamoto, Sophia University, and Mitsunori Takakuwa, Meiji Gakuin University, Japan

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Critical Literature Review

Nation, Religion, and Language Ideology: The Case of Postcolonial Bangladesh

~ Shaila Shams, Simon Fraser University

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