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The English-speaking Caribbean

Alma Jordan

The English-speaking Caribbean

a bibliography of bibliographies

by Alma Jordan

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Published by G.K. Hall in Boston, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Caribbean, English-speaking
    • Subjects:
    • Caribbean, English-speaking -- Bibliography of bibliographies.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes indexes.

      StatementAlma Jordan and Barbara Comissiong.
      SeriesReference publication in Latin American studies
      ContributionsComissiong, Barbara.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ1595 .J67 1984, F2161 .J67 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxiv, 411 p. ;
      Number of Pages411
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2854381M
      ISBN 100816186073
      LC Control Number84016823

        RAM, Page 2 4/4/ Abstract: Theoretical Approaches to Social & Economic Development in the Caribbean This is a survey essay surveying the early period of Caribbean Political Economy from WA Lewis’ Industrialization of the British West Indies () to Beckford’s () and, Best & Levitt’s Plantation Economy Models (). / the English-Speaking Caribbean () includes a summary of the project, an excellent synthesis of its findings, and a useful bibliography. A collection edited by Janet H. Momsen in , Women

      List of English Speaking Countries. This is a list of countries where: English is considered to be the official language ; or the de facto language, that is the language used by the majority of speakers but not considered the official language.; Non-sovereign entities are not included:   Language Ideologies and the Schooling of Caribbean Creole English-speaking Youth in New York City by Dale Michael Britton Adviser: Ofelia Garcia This dissertation seeks to illuminate the ways in which Anglocentric ideologies operate to marginalize and exclude the linguistic and cultural resources of Caribbean Creole?article=&context=gc_etds.

        encompassing Caribbean identity, for in enlarging the ambit of one’s interaction beyond the village or town one is quite likely to encounter Caribbean ‘brothers’ and ‘sisters’ whom one will instantly disown. It is in part because of this reason that Benedict Anderson titled his renowned book on ethnicity Imagined Communities. Argued   a. Addressing the effectiveness of adult education in the English-speaking Caribbean. Convergence: XXIV (): b. The status of Creole in the Caribbean. In Christie, P. (Ed.) Due Respect: Papers on English and English-Related Creoles in the Caribbean in honour of Professor Robert B. Le Page. Pp.


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