Research into the complex phenomenon of multilingualism is rapidly
increasing. This book looks at multilingualism through its
interfaces with language policies, language attitudes and issues of
language awareness and identity. The aim is to examine the dynamic
processes that lead or hinder the development of such phenomena.
One of the scopes of the volume is to represent the complexity of
the multilingual speaker by shedding light on different
multilingual settings in the world. The chapters of this volume
tackle the topic from a sociolinguistic perspective by showing how
multilingualism is dynamically constructed. They provide empirical
research on language learning in different multilingual
environments in the world as well as practical suggestions for the
investigation of multilingualism and the improvement of its
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