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Name: Mohammadi  Laghzaoui
Institution: Centre for Language Studies, Tilburg University
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State and/or Country: Netherlands   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Selected Publications: Laghzaoui, M. (2011). Emergent academic language at home and at school: A longitudinal study of 3-to 6-year-old Moroccan Berber children in the Netherlands (PhD dissertation. Oisterwijk: BOX Press.

Lahlah, A., & Laghzaoui, M. (2011). L’Arabe comme langue minoritaire aux Pays-Bas: Une approche sociolinguistique. Langues en immigration: Mutation et nouveaux enjeux. Actes du Colloque International (pp. 73-90). Paris: SÉGUIER / La Croisée des Chemins.

Laghzaoui, M. (2009). Arabic as a minority language in the Netherlands: A sociolinguistic approach. International journal of anthropology, 23(3-3), 233-245.

Laghzaoui, M. (2008). On discourse conventions in academic and interactional Tarifit-Berber texts. In A. El Aissati (Ed.), The Amazigh language at home and at school: Perspectives on oral discourse structure and academic language skills (pp. 125-139). Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag. (Berber Studies, 21).

Laghzaoui, M. (2008). Développement de la langue académique chez des enfants marocains amazighes aux Pays-Bas. In J.J. de Ruiter (Ed.), Langues et cultures en contact: Le cas des langues et cultures arabe et turque en France et aux Pays-Bas (pp. 123-147). Parijs: Editions l'Harmattan.

Laghzaoui, M. (2005). Language attitudes towards Arabic in Islamic elementary schools in the Netherlands. Languages and Linguistics; an International Journal of Linguistics, 15&16, 111-132.

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