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1, it is proposed that conﬂictual relational outcomes may be attenuated by state language policies that are situated toward the pluralistic and civic end of the continuum. Conversely, conﬂictual relational outcomes may be accentuated by language policies that are situated toward the assimilation and especially ethnist pole. language switching strategies as relational outcomes Language switching strategies adopted in encounters between linguistic minority and majority speakers can reﬂect or contribute to harmonious vs.
Acculturation orientations and relations between linguistic minorities and majorities The struggle of linguistic minorities to maintain their own language and culture may not depend only on state language policies and the objective/subjective vitality positions of such minorities, but may also depend on the acculturation orientations endorsed by individuals from each side of the language divide. A fundamental premise of the IAM model is that not all members of a language community share the same attitudes and orientations about how minorities and majorities should relate with each other (Bourhis, 2001a).
A fundamental premise of the IAM model is that not all members of a language community share the same attitudes and orientations about how minorities and majorities should relate with each other (Bourhis, 2001a). The IAM seeks to integrate within a common theoretical framework the following components of linguistic minority and majority intergroup relations: 1) linguistic and acculturation orientations adopted by language minorities; 2) linguistic and acculturation orientations adopted by the dominant majority towards speciﬁc linguistic minority groups; 3) interpersonal and intergroup relational outcomes which may be harmonious, problematic or conﬂictual.