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Illegal Immigration and Fight against Illegal Migration in Member States of the European Union

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Linguistic Justice for which Demos? The Democratic Legitimacy of Language Regime Choices

. 2015. Language Policy and Linguistic Justice in the European Union: An Empirical Analysis. Paper presented at the 22 nd conference of Europeanists CES conference in Paris, July 8, 2015. GINSBURGH, Victor–SHLOMO, Weber. 2005. Language Disenfranchisement in the European Union. Journal of Common Market Studies 43(2): 273–286. KYMLICKA, Will. 2001. Politics in the Vernacular: Nationalism, Multiculturalism and Citizenship . New York: Oxford University Press. LAITIN, David D. 1994. The Tower of Babel as a Coordination Game: Political Linguistics in

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Why Multilingualism and Multilingual Communication Jeopardize a Common Social Policy for Europe

References ANDERSON, Karen M. 2015. Social Policy in the European Union . Palgrave, London. BARBIER, Jean-Claude. 2013. The Road to Social Europe: A Contemporary Approach to Political Cultures and Diversity in Europe . Routledge, London–New York. BARBIER, Jean-Claude. 2014. The Myth of English Language Competence in Europe and Some of Its Consequences. Paper presented at the Symposium Economics, Linguistic, Justice and Language Policy . Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 2–3 March 2015. BOURDIEU, Pierre. 1991. Language and Symbolic Power

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Using Logic to Model Interests in Ethnic Conflicts: The Case of the Hungarian Minority in Slovakia and Slovenia

kisebbségi nyelvhasználat helyzete Szlovákiában. Prominoritate 2013, 3 [online]. Available at: [Accessed: 10 June 2014]. VIZI, B. 2012. Minority Languages and Multilingualism in Europe and in the European Union. In: L. Marácz-M. Rosello (eds), Multilingual Europe, Multilingual Europeans. European Studies 29. Amsterdam-New York: Rodopi, 135-157.

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A Successful Example of Complex Country Branding: The ‘E-Estonia’ Positioning Concept and Its Relation to the Presidency of the Council of the EU

Európai Unióban [Hungary and the Challenges of the 21st Century in the European Union], vol. 1–2. Monograph based on the materials of the scientific conference under the same name. 29.04.2004, Komárom: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Regional Committee in Veszprém. 439–448. PAPP-VÁRY, Árpád Ferenc. 2005. Mivé lettek? – Beszélgetés a lett országimázs központ vezetőjével [What Have They Become? – Interview with the Head of the Latvian Country Image Centre]. Magyar Reklám [publication of the Hungarian Advertising Association] 2(4): 8–11. PAPP-VÁRY, Árpád

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English-Only Language Policy: The Road to Provincialism?

Bilingual Austria . New York: Academic Press. GAZZOLA, Michele. 2014. Partecipazione, esclusione linguistica e traduzione: Una valutazione del regime linguistico dell’Unione europea. Studi Italiani di Linguistica Teorica e Applicata 43: 227–264. MUSGRAVE, Richard A. 1956/1957. A Multiple Theory of Budget Determination. Finanzarchiv 17: 333–343. VAN PARIJS, Philippe. 2011. Linguistic Justice for Europe and for the World . Oxford political theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press. WICKSTRÖM, Bengt-Arne. 2016. Language Rights: A Welfare

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Does Global English Support the Development of Social Europe?

Geneva. HASELHUBER, J. 2012. Mehrsprachigkeit in der Europäischen Union: eine Analyse der EU-Sprachenpolitik, mit besonderem Fokus auf Deutschland . Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. HOOGHE, L.–MARKS, G. 2001. Multi-level Governance and European Integration . Oxford: Rowman and Littlefield. HÜLMBAUER, C.–BÖHRINGER, H.–SEIDLHOFER, B. 2008. Introducing English as a Lingua Franca (ELF): Precursor and Partner in Intercultural Communication. Synergies Europe 3: 25–36. JEENE, M.–VAN OORSCHOT, W.–UUNK, W. 2013. The Dynamics of Welfare Opinions in

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Linguistic Justice, van Parijs, and Esperanto

References ECKERT, Penelope. 2006. Communities of Practice. Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics . Elsevier. GLEDHILL, Christopher. 2000. The Grammar of Esperanto. A Corpus-Based Description . Munich: Lincom Europa. GOBBO, Federico. 2005. The European Union’s Need for an International Auxiliary Language. Journal of Universal Language 6: 1–28. GOBBO, Federico. 2015. Interlinguïstiek, een vak voor meertaligheid. Interlingvistiko, fako por multlingveco. Interlinguistics, a Discipline for Multilingualism . Oratie 532, verschenen in de

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Maxi-Min Language Use A Critical Remark on a Concept by Philippe van Parijs

English Used as a Lingua Franca (Oxford Applied Linguistics) . Oxford: Oxford University Press. VAN ELS, Theo. 2005. Multilingualism in the European Union. International Journal of Applied Linguistics 15: 263–281. VAN PARIJS, Phillipe. 2004. Europe’s Linguistic Challenge. Archives européennes de sociologie 45(1): 111–152. VAN PARIJS, Phillipe. 2007a. Linguistic Diversity as Curse and as By-Product. In: Respecting Linguistic Diversity in the European Union . Amsterdam: Benjaminis, 17–46. VAN PARIJS, Phillipe. 2007b. Europe’s Linguistic

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Measurability of Social Development. Reflections on the Applicability of Social Progress Indices with Reference to Brexit

References BARCA, F. 2009. An Agenda for a Reformed Cohesion Policy. A Place-Based Approach to Meeting European Union Challenges and Expectations. Independent Report. DELOITTE. 2015. Social Progress in 2030. Developing beyond Economic Growth. A Report for the Social Progress Imperative. EUROPEAN

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