Professor Jarmo Lainio

Title: 
Project Leader, Sweden site
Institution: 
Department of Baltic Languages, Finnish and German, Stockholm University, Sweden
Address: 
Stockholm University, 106 91 Stockholm, Sweden
E-mail: 
jarmo.lainio@finska.su.se
Telephone: 
+ 46 8 16 2912

Research Interests: 

He mainly conducts research in the fields of: Finnish as a minority language, bilingual education, sociolinguistics,and language policy andlinguistic minorities. Since 2005 hehas been the Swedish member of the Councilof Europe Expert Committee for the supervision of the European Charter of Regional or Minority Languages. He is a recent President of the Swedish Association of AppliedLinguistics (ASLA) and memberof the board of AILA.

Publications: 

  Lainio, Jarmo (ed.,2006). Utbildningsval, sociala karriärer, spräkliga kompetenser och identiteter (U-SOKKI). Pilotstudiefasen.[Educationalchoices,socialcareers, language competences and identities. The pilot study phase.] Rapporter fran Finskt sprak-och kulturcentrum, 6/U-SOKKI-rapporter, 2. Institutionen for humaniora, Mälardalens hogskola.(ca 215pages)

 
Lainio, Jarmo (2006).Lapsista voi tullakaksikielisiä aikuisia/Barn kan bli tväspräkiga vuxna.Neuvoja monikielisille perheille/Rad till flersprakiga familjer. [Children may become bilingualadults. Advice to multilingual families.] Rapporter fran Finskt sprak- och kulturcentrum, 4.Mälardalens hogskola.(70pages.)
 
Lainio, Jarmo (2007).Tvasprakighetoch sprakkontakteriSverige —gammaltfenomen, nya utvecklingar.[Bilingualismandlanguagecontacts in Sweden —Old phenomenon, new developments.] In: Sundgren,Eva (ed.)Sociolingvistik, 258-308.Stockholm: LiberForlag.
 
Lainio, Jarmo (ed.,2007). Spain and its languages -A comparative view on the regional and minority language policies and developments of Spain and Sweden. [With an Introduction by Lainio.] Papers from the Erkänd2 Conference, Eskilstuna29 September 2006.Reports from the Centre for Finnish Studies,7.Departmentof Humanities, Mälardalen University.
 
LainioJ armo (2007). Spain and Sweden in the light of the European Councils Charter on Regional or Minority Languages.In: Lainio,Jarmo (ed.) 2007. Spain and its languages -A comparative view on the regional and minority language policies and developmentsof Spain and Sweden,15-44.Reports from the Centre forFinnishStudies,7.Departmentof Humanities, Mälardalen University.(30pages)

Project Title: 
IDI4MES