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Rethinking domain theory: Part I: How should it be applied?

Black, Paul (1990). Rethinking domain theory: Part I: How should it be applied?. Ngoonjook: Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues,(3):22-31.

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Title Rethinking domain theory: Part I: How should it be applied?
Author Black, Paul
Journal Name Ngoonjook: Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues
Publication Date 1990
Issue Number 3
ISSN 1039-8236   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Start Page 22
End Page 31
Total Pages 10
Place of Publication Batchelor, N.T.
Publisher Educational Media Unit, Batchelor College
Language English
Field of Research 200405 - Language in Culture and Society (Sociolinguistics)
HERDC Category C1 - Journal Article (DEST)
Abstract In its concern for Aboriginal language maintenance the Northern Territory Department of Education adopted a policy of "domain separation" between English and the Aboriginal language in bilingual education programs. This is why you find such statements as the following in such Departmental publications as the 1985 English/ Language Core Curriculum for Aboriginal Bilingual Schools T-7.
Keywords Australian Indigenous languages
code switching
bilingual education
Additional Notes Accepted version pp. 1-12.
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