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- We all have a culture, we all speak a language: the Australian legal system discusses diversity
- ‘Investing in language:’ Why do we think about language education the way we do?
- Children of the harvest: schooling, class and race
- Access denied
- Paying lip-service to diversity
- Dodgy data and language misdiagnosis
- Is language learning on the job the best way to learn a new language?
- Plurilingual pre-service teachers
- The long conversation: Australia and China
- The native speaker concept
- What’s in a name?
- Language Politics and Policy in Contemporary Maharashtra
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