Two Decades after the Regime Change
This volume offers empirical perspectives on the current sociolinguistic situations in former Eastern Bloc countries. Its seventeen chapters analyse phenomena such as language choice, hierarchies and ideologies in multilingualism, language policies, minority languages in new legal, educational, business and migratory contexts, as well as the position of English in the region. The authors use various methodological approaches – including surveys, discourse analyses, descriptions and analyses of linguistic landscapes, and ethnography – in order to deal with sociolinguistic issues in eight countries and seven regions, from Brandenburg, Germany, in the West to Sakhalin, Russia, in the East.
István Csernicskó & Viktória Ferenc - Transitions in the language policy of Ukraine (1989–2014)
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István Csernicskó & Viktória Ferenc
Transitions in the language policy of Ukraine (1989–2014)
At the time of writing this article, ethnic relations and language policy (LP) in Ukraine were at the focus of national and international attention, due to the ongoing military conflict between Ukraine and Russia and its ethnic/linguistic roots.
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