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[The Adaptation of Ethnic Groups in Lithuania: Context and Process}. Eugrimas, Vilnius. No translation of this study has been found, and the summary included here is based on that provided by Natalija Kasatkina & Vida Beresneviciute (2004) in Ethnic Structure, Inequality and Governance of the Public Sector in Lithuania. United Nations Research Institute for Social Development.


78 Rose, R. (2000) New Baltic Barometer IV: A Survey Study. Glasgow: Centre for the Study of Public Policy, University of Strathclyde. QE6, p. 60

79 Rose R. (2000) op. cit. QA9, p.9

80 Natalija Kasatkina & Vida Beresneviciute (2004) op.cit..

81 Report of the Government of Lithuania on the implementation of The Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities in Lithuania, 31 October 2001. Council of Europe: Strasbourg, p.26

82 See, for example, ECRI (European Commission against Racism and Intolerance) (2003) Second Report on Lithuania. Strasbourg. Pp. 19-23.

83 Open Society Institute (2001) Minority Protection in Lithuania

84 ECRI (2003) op. cit. p. 21, par. 59

85 see Popovski, op. cit. for reference

86 Schröder, S. (2001) ‘The Poles in Lithuania: A National Minority in the Period of Political and Economic Transformation’. Paper given at the conference Voice or Exit: Comparative perspectives on Ethnic Minorities in 20th Century Europe, Humboldt University, Berlin, 14-16 June 2001

87 Natalija Kasatkina & Vida Beresneviciute (2004) op.cit.. p. 3

88 Beresneviciute, V., Nausediene, I. (2002) Major Lithuanian Newspapers on National Minorities of Lithuania. New Currents: East European Arts, Politics & Humanities. University of Michigan, USA.

89 Tereskinas A. (2002) Minority politics, mass media and civil society in transition countries: Case studies of Lithuania, Latvia and Poland. Open Society Institute, Budapest. (www.policy.hu/discus/messages/102/106.html?1032551623)


90 Ozolins U. (1999) ‘Between Russian and European Hegemony: Current language Policy in the Baltic States’, Current Issues in Language & Society, 6. 1. 6-47. See also Knowles F. (1989) ‘Language Planning in the Soviet Baltic Republics’, in Kirkwood M. (ed.) Language Planning in the Soviet Union. London: Macmillan, 145-173. Druviete I., (1997) ‘Language Policy in the Baltic States’, in the Proceedings of the European Conference on Language Planning, Barcelona November 1995, 144-154


91 OECD (2000) Reviews of National Policies for Education – Lithuania. p.16

92 See, for example, Kasatkina N. & V. Beresneviciute (2004) Ethnic Structure, Inequality and Governance of the Public Sector in Lithuania. United Nations Research Institute for Social Development. pp. 22-25

93 EURYDICE (date not stated) ‘Support for the Teaching of Languages in a Multilingual Environment’.

94 Cotton K. (1996) ‘School size, School climate and Student performance’, School Improvement Research Series. (http://www.nwrel.org/scpd/sirs/10/c020.html)

95 Zelvys R. (2000) ‘Education’ in Lithuanian Human Development Report 2000, UNHDR, p. 74

96 Natalija Kasatkina & Vida Beresneviciute (2004) op.cit., p. 25

97 Hogan-Brun G. & M. Ramoniene (2004) ‘Changing levels of Bilingualism across the baltic’, Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 7, 1, p. 69

98 published in Hogan-Brun G. & Ramoniene M. (2002) ‘Changing levels of Bilingualism across the Baltic’, International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 7, 1, p. 70

99 Natalija Kasatkina & Vida Beresneviciute (2004) op.cit p. 59

100 Natalija Kasatkina & Vida Beresneviciute (2004) op. Cit p.23

101 Ministry of Education and Science, Lithuania (2004) Language Education Policy Profile: County Report. p.25

102 According to the Report "Monitoring the EU accession process: Minority Protection, Minority Protection in Lithuania", available at: http://www.eumap.org/reports/content/10/440/html/300/#Education

103 ECRI (European Commission against Racism and Intolerance) Second Report on Lithuania. Strasbourg, 15 April 2003, p. 31

104 ECRI op. cit. p. 21

105 Natalija Kasatkina & Vida Beresneviciute (2004) op.cit., p. 24

106 OECD (2000), op. cit. p. 24

107 Ministry of Education and Science (2003) Education in Lithuania 2001: Figures and Trends. p. 54

108 OECD, op. Cit. p.25

109 Cummins, J. (1984). Bilingualism and special education: Issues in assessment and pedagogy. Clevedon England: Multilingual Matters, cited in Ó Riagáin P. & G. Lüdi (2003) Bilingual Education: Some Policy Issues. Council of Europe, p.42


110 Gudynas P. (2002) ‘Education and Social Inclusion in Lithuania’ in Tauvil S. (ed.) Curriculum Change and Social Inclusion. Geneva: IBE. p.55

111 Gudynas P. (2002) op cit. p.55

112 Natalija Kasatkina & Vida Beresneviciute (2004) op.cit., p. 25

113 Silver B.D. (2002) op. cit. p. 5

114 See for exempel Kalnius P. (1998) ‘Ethnic Assimilation and Ethnodemographic Changes in Southeastern Lithuanian in the late Twentieth Century’. Lithuanian Historical Studies, 3, 136-152.

115 Lang, K (2002). Measuring Ethnicity in the New Zealand Population Census, http://www.stats.govt.nz

116 For an overview of these issues, see Swiss Federal Statistics Office (1997) The Siena Group Seminar on Social Statistics: ‘On the way to a Multicultural Society. Neuchatel.

117 Ó Riagáin P. (ed.) (1996) A Comparative Analysis of Four Language Surveys (Ireland, Friesland,Wales & The Basque Country): Towards a Common European Language Use Survey Questionnaire. Report submitted to The Commission of the European Union, DGXXII, Education, Training and Youth. June 1996

118 See ó Riagáin P. & G. Lüdi, (2003) Bilingual Education: Some Policy Issues. Strasbourg: Council of Europe, Chapter Five

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