List of Figures and Tables. Acknowledgements. 1 Introduction2 History of and Approaches to Language Policy 3 Justifications for Approaching Language Policy from the SFL Perspective4 The Principles of an SFL Approach to Language Policy 5 Approaching Language Policy from an SFL Perspective 6 Case Study One: Language Policy in Early Years of PRC.7 Case Study Two: Language Policy in Modern Times of PRC.8 Conclusions Appendix 1 Non-standard Punctuation and Grammar in Lu Xun's Works. Appendix 2 Non-standard Language in Lu Xun's Works: Zi and Ci. Appendix 3 Old Words Gaining New Meanings in Cyber Space. Appendix 4 Old Words Restructuring Semantic Relations. References. Index
Prof. Bingjun Yang is a Ph.D. advisor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. His publications include Absolute Clauses in English from the Systemic Functional Perspective (Springer, 2015) and research articles in Language Sciences, Journal of Quantitative Linguistics, etc. His academic interests include SFL and translation studies.
Dr. Rui Wang has been working as an English lecturer at China’s Southwest University of Political Science and Law since 2007. His academic interests include Language Policy, SFL as appliable linguistics and translation studies.