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Canagarajah, S. (2010). Negotiating ideologies through English strategies from the periphary. In S. Fernando, M. Gunesekera & A. Parakrama (Eds.), English in Sri Lanka: Ceylon English, Lankan English, Sri Lankan English (pp.66-77). Colombo: SLELTA.

Coperahewa, S. (2009).The language planning situation in Sri Lanka. Current Issues in Language Planning. 10(1), 69 – 150. Abstract.  

Dharmadasa, K. N. O. (1992). Language, religion and ethnic assertiveness: The growth of Sinhalese nationalism in Sri Lanka. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. 

Dharmadasa, K. N. O. (Ed.), (1996). National language policy in Sri Lanka: 1956 to 1996. Three studies in its implementation. ICES Occasional Papers 6. Kandy: International Centre for Ethnic Studies.

DeVotta, N. (2003). Ethnolinguistic nationalism and ethnic conflict in Sri Lanka. In M. Brown and S. Ganguly (Eds.), Fighting words: Language policy and ethnic relations in Asia (105-142). Cambridge, MA.: Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. 

DeVotta, N. (2004). Blowback: Linguistics Nationalism, Institutional Decay, and Ethnic Conflict in Sri Lanka. Stanford, C.A.: Stanford University Press.

Gamage, K.N. (2010). Vachana mattame visamathawa nisa bhasha parivarthanayedee pena angina getalu [Problems arising in translations due to word-level differences ]. Journal of the Faculty of Humanities, University of Kelaniya. 13, 157-165. In Sinhala. 

Herat, M. (2005). Ethakota don't say palayang: language use and identity in in baila lyrics. California Linguistic Notes. 30(1).

Hettiaratchi, D.E.(1969). Linguistics in Ceylon I. In T. A. Sebeok (Ed.), Current Trends in Linguistics. Vol 5 (pp.736-751). The Hague: Mouton & Co.

Kearney, R. N. (May, 1978). Language and the Rise of Tamil Separatism in Sri Lanka. Asian Survey. 18(5), 521-534. Abstract.

Lo Bianco, J. (1999). Training Teachers of Language and Culture. Language Australia Research Policy and Practice Papers. Melbourne: Language Australia. Abstract.

Ludowyk, E. F. C. (2010). English in the university. In S. Fernando, M. Gunesekera & A. Parakrama (Eds.), English in Sri Lanka: Ceylon English, Lankan English, Sri Lankan English (pp.105-110). Colombo: SLELTA.

Parakrama, A.  (1990). Language and rebellion: Discursive unity and the possibility of protest. Colombo: Katha Publishers. 

Parakrama, A. (2010). "Naduth Unge, baduth Unge" (mistranslated as the Rules and Tools are theirs): Some thoughts on the language of privilege and the privilege of language. In S. Fernando, M. Gunesekera & A. Parakrama (Eds.), English in Sri Lanka: Ceylon English, Lankan English, Sri Lankan English (pp.78-102). Colombo: SLELTA.

Shapiro, M.C. & Schiffman, H.F. (1981). Language and Society in South Asia. Missouri: South Asia Books.  

Seboek, T. (Ed.). (1970). Current Trends in Linguistics: Linguistics in South Asia. Vol.5. The Hague: Mouton & Co.


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