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Abstract

Ettien Koffi's response to Dr. Dave Sayers review of Dr. Koffi's Paradigm Shift in Language Planning and Policy (2012) that appeared on The Linguist List.

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Author Bio

Ettien Koffi is a professor of Linguistics. He teaches the linguistics courses in the TESOL/Applied Linguistics MA program of the English Department at Saint Cloud State University, MN. He has written three linguistic books: Language Society in Biblical Times (1996), Applied English Syntax, Second Edition (2015), and Paradigm Shift in Language Planning and Policy: Game Theoretic Solutions (2012). He is the author of many peer-reviewed articles on various topics in linguistics. His primary area of specialization is at the interface between acoustic phonetics and phonology. He has extensive experience in emergent orthographies and in the acoustic phonetic and phonological description of dialect variation. He can be reached via email at: enkoffi@stcloudstate.edu.

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