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Language Policies in Colombia: The Inherited Disdain for our Native Languages
As a contribution to enhance the discussion about the spread of the symbolic power of English in Colombia through a National Bilingual Policy, this paper aims at raising awareness about two main aspects: 1) Colombia has a variety of languages that should be seen as resources and not as problems (Ruíz, 1984) and 2) There is a pattern in our government language policies that tends to favor the elite. The conclusion of this paper is that not much has changed in the linguistic planning in Colombiadoaj:97f4813a216441b1aa2c35457e85d421 fatcat:tsqhw6j4hbd3dpyjrbt4cizbdi