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Gaelic: the Gaelic language in education in the UK

Robertson, Boyd (2001) Gaelic: the Gaelic language in education in the UK. Other. Mercator-Education, Leeuwarden, The Netherlands.

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Abstract

Focuses on the Gaelic language which is largely ignored in public and official activities of the EU. Includes a presentation of demographic data combined with or followed by a general description of the sociolinguistic situation. A detailed outline of educational aspects and a brief outlook or conclusion rounds off the well-balanced article.