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Language Issues

Ireland, France, Spain

Wesley Hutchinson and Clíona Ní Ríordáin

Contents: Aodán Mac Póilin: «Something of a Cultural War.» Linguistic Politics in Northern Ireland – Ian Adamson: The Ulster-Scots Movement. A Personal Account – Frank Ferguson: Ulster-Scots Revival or Ullans Twilight? States in Play in Contemporary Ulster-Scots Literature – Diarmait Mac Giolla Chríost: The Turn to Rights in the Language Question – Grace Neville: «I Got Second in Latin, Greek, and English, and Eleventh in French.» Attitudes to Language(s) in the Correspondence of Daniel O’Connell (1775-1847) – Adeline Tissier-Moston: The Campaign for the Recognition of the Irish Language in National Schools (1874-1904) – Patricia Fournier-Noël: Immigrant Pupils and the Irish Language in Republic of Ireland Primary Schools – Pádraig Ó Duibhir: «It’s Only a Language.» The Attitudes and Motivation of Irish-medium Education Students to the Irish Language – Ronan Barré : L’irlandais peut-il seulement être une langue ? – Yann Bevant: What Future for the Irish Language? Elements of Comparison with Brittany – Tangui Pennec : Les grands patrons bretons et la langue bretonne. Investissement sentimental ou engagement politique ? – Barbara Loyer : Les territoires de la langue basque. Conflits et représentations – Cyril Trépier : Les patrons catalans et la langue. Attitudes diverses.