BOOK REVIEW: THE TRAPPED TUNISIAN SOCIETY'S IN CULTURAL ALIENATION: LANGUAGE HANDICAP AND TROUBLED IDENTITY

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MOHAMED BERRACHED

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The author’s longitudinal study of the issue of languages has led him to find out that normal relationships, which people usually have with their own languages require four necessary conditions: 1- They must speak to each other only in their own languages 2- They must use them in writing 3- They must have good knowledge of the meanings of the words of their languages as well as of their grammatical and spelling rules. 4- The full practice of 1,2 and 3 by the citizens and the institutions in societies leads to intimate relationships with the languages: love the languages, defend them and be proud of them.

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BERRACHED, M. (2018). BOOK REVIEW: THE TRAPPED TUNISIAN SOCIETY’S IN CULTURAL ALIENATION: LANGUAGE HANDICAP AND TROUBLED IDENTITY. Society Register, 2(2), 167-170. https://doi.org/10.14746/sr.2018.2.2.10
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