Language Planning

Language Planning is frequently undertaken for the expressed purpose of solving communication problems. It refers to deliberate efforts to influence the behavior of others with respect to the acquisition, structure, or functional allocation of their language codes. The goals of language planning differ depending on the nation or organization, but generally include making planning decisions and possibly changes for the benefit of communication. Language Planning decisions have a major impact on language vitality and, ultimately, on the rights of the individual.

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