The Headkicker (tekiclutch) wrote in linguaphiles,
The Headkicker
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Comparative language policy?

Within the sphere of the sociolinguistics class I did for undergrad, I learned about language policy to an extent.

I have been trying to look a little more into grad programs outside just linguistics, and am finding myself more and more interested in things like international politics, international law and policy analysis. So my question is: are there any groups or organizations that do any special work on (this is the best way I can think to phrase it) comparative analysis of language policy?
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