- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- Chapter 1Land and people, language and language planning
- Chapter 2Before the start of language planning: 1814–45
- Chapter 3 A Language Based on Upper-Middle-Class Speech or Peasant Dialects? The Programmes Proposed by knud knudsen and ivar Aasen
- Chapter 4 The Language Question Becomes A Major Political Issue: 1860–1907
- Chapter 5 Two Norwegian written standards: is linguistic reconciliation possible? Early twentieth century up to the 1917 language reforms
- Chapter 6 The Emergence Of A Socialist Theory Of Language Planning: A Sociolinguistic Experiment
- Chapter 7 The post-war language struggle (1945–66) to counter the sociolinguistic experiment of 1938
- Chapter 8 The end of the single-standard policy (1966–2002): reforms in 1981 and 2005 (for Bokmål) and 2012 (for Nynorsk)
- Chapter 9 Summary and concluding remarks
- List of terms of language varieties
- Timeline for the different written varieties of Norwegian
- Timeline of important events for language planning and conflict in modern Norway
- Language Planning as a Sociolinguistic Experiment
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