Looking Ahead: Conclusions and Reflections
The Conclusion reviews some of the key issues that have been raised in the studies of conceptual spaces and of sources and documentation. It examines some questions arising from the enhanced understanding of the actors and institutions involved, and from the insights gained in the case studies of language in particular conflicts. These issues and questions lay the basis for a new agenda for research. We examine how they might offer new challenges to the main disciplines that have contributed to understanding languages and conflict, and we suggest how they might also shape future directions in academic work more broadly and in the work of practitioners.
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