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The Roles of the Dormitory System and the Inheritance of Ethnic Culture in Bhutan
The Japanese Journal of Language in Society
This research focuses on the new roles dormitories undertake in Bhutan, a multilingual society. In Bhutan, many students live in dormitories. At school and in dormitories students are permitted to use only English or Dzongkha, so students who live in dormitories have little opportunity to be in contact with their mother tongues and cultures. This is why dormitories are said to be one of the reasons for the decline of Bhutanese traditional sense of values (Ueda,2003). Because of the rapid spreaddoi:10.19024/jajls.22.1_142 fatcat:whnngzvbxvcldmiqp2hfiusgie