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Language as a Resource in Flowers Bay, Roatan, Honduras
Anthropology News (2014)
  • Carla A McNelly, University of Oregon
The global perspective toward bilingual and multilingual education supports literacy in the student's first, second, and the possibility of the third or more language to attain socio-political pluralism (Ochoa, 1995). The goal of this discussion is to highlight the importance of bilingual education in the local community of Flowers Bay, Honduras, where the educational mission promotes a pluralistic society.
Publication Date
March, 2014
Publisher Statement
This is a manuscript of an article from Anthropology News, March 2014, 55(3); e1-e20. DOI: 10.1111/j.1556-3502.2014.55301.x. Posted with permission.
Citation Information
Carla A McNelly. "Language as a Resource in Flowers Bay, Roatan, Honduras" Anthropology News Vol. 55 Iss. 3 (2014) p. e1 - e20
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