In the context of recent forms of globalization, migration has
engendered profound social changes and challenged scholars to
rethink their disciplinary constructs. The Routledge Handbook of
Migration and Language surveys this controversial topic through:
coverage of issues like identity, superdiversity, & citizenship
and the role language plays in their definition and practice
analysis of migrant experiences in geographical and historical
context exploration of new research orientations investigation of
the place of language in citizenship, educational policies,
employment, economy, and social services. This handbook is
essential reading for those with an interest in migration studies.
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