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European pluricentric languages in contact and conflict / Rudolf Muhr, Josep Àngel Mas Castells, Jack Rueter (eds.)

Contributor(s): Muhr, Rudolf [edt] | Mas Castells, Josep Àngel [edt] | Rueter, Jack M [edt].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Österreichisches Deutsch - Sprache der Gegenwart, 21.Publisher: Berlin : Peter Lang, 2020Description: 277 str. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9783631802977.Subject(s): jezik i jezici - Europa jezične varijante | pluricentrični jezici - Europa | jezici u kontaktu - EuropaAdditional physical formats: Online version:: European pluricentric languages in contact and conflict
Contents:
European pluricentric languages in contact and conflict: An overview / Rudolf Muhr -- Dutch national varieties in contact and in conflict / Reglindis De Ridder -- Identity and use of a pluricentric language in conflict: Catalan in Spain / Josep-Àngel Mas Castells -- Conflict between Valencian and Catalan: Is Valencian a language of its own or a variety of Catalan? / Gerhard Edelmann -- Pluricentrism and unity: visions and management of dialectal variation in the process of codification and standardisation of Occitan / Aitor Carrera -- Pluricentricity and Irish English / Raymond Hickey -- The language situation in Scotland and the question of pluricentricity in British English / Andreas Weilinghoff -- A case study in the termination of the pluricentricity of a language: the Serbo-Croatian linguonym / Tomislav Stojanov -- Bosnian/Croatian/Montenegrin/Serbian: Notes on contact and conflict / Mate Kapović -- Linguistic errors or varieties? Albanian and other languages in contact / Albana Muco -- Skolt Sami, the makings of a pluricentric language, where does it stand? / Jack Rueter/Mika Hämäläinen -- Evidential forms as politeness strategies in Udmurt from a pluricentric point of view / Rebeka Kubitsch/Zoltán Németh -- Belarusian Russian in a language continuum: contacts and conflicts / Olga Goritskaya -- The pluricentricity of Russian in development: Russian in Estonia as an example / Éva Katona -- Austrian German under pressure: age and media consumption as major influencing factors for linguistic change and shifting language attitudes regarding Austrian Standard German / Jutta Ransmayr -- Austrian German in Austrian academic discourse / Elena Shirlina -- List of figures -- List of tables.
Summary: "This volume comprises 17 papers that are dealing with European pluricentric languages where there are some issues of contact and conflict. An overview about all European languages and of those that are pluricentric is also provided. Central topics are human rights for non-dominant varieties and conflicts in pluricentric languages on the Iberian peninsula and on the British Isles. Several papers also deal with languages from a different point of view, where the status of pluricentricity is disputed (Albanian, Post-Yougoslav-languages). For the first time the pluricentricity of Finno-Ugric languages is dealt with alongside papers about the pluricentricity of Russian. This is the seventh volume that is published by the "International Working Group on non-dominant varieties of pluricentric languages""--
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European pluricentric languages in contact and conflict: An overview / Rudolf Muhr -- Dutch national varieties in contact and in conflict / Reglindis De Ridder -- Identity and use of a pluricentric language in conflict: Catalan in Spain / Josep-Àngel Mas Castells -- Conflict between Valencian and Catalan: Is Valencian a language of its own or a variety of Catalan? / Gerhard Edelmann -- Pluricentrism and unity: visions and management of dialectal variation in the process of codification and standardisation of Occitan / Aitor Carrera -- Pluricentricity and Irish English / Raymond Hickey -- The language situation in Scotland and the question of pluricentricity in British English / Andreas Weilinghoff -- A case study in the termination of the pluricentricity of a language: the Serbo-Croatian linguonym / Tomislav Stojanov -- Bosnian/Croatian/Montenegrin/Serbian: Notes on contact and conflict / Mate Kapović -- Linguistic errors or varieties? Albanian and other languages in contact / Albana Muco -- Skolt Sami, the makings of a pluricentric language, where does it stand? / Jack Rueter/Mika Hämäläinen -- Evidential forms as politeness strategies in Udmurt from a pluricentric point of view / Rebeka Kubitsch/Zoltán Németh -- Belarusian Russian in a language continuum: contacts and conflicts / Olga Goritskaya -- The pluricentricity of Russian in development: Russian in Estonia as an example / Éva Katona -- Austrian German under pressure: age and media consumption as major influencing factors for linguistic change and shifting language attitudes regarding Austrian Standard German / Jutta Ransmayr -- Austrian German in Austrian academic discourse / Elena Shirlina -- List of figures -- List of tables.

"This volume comprises 17 papers that are dealing with European pluricentric languages where there are some issues of contact and conflict. An overview about all European languages and of those that are pluricentric is also provided. Central topics are human rights for non-dominant varieties and conflicts in pluricentric languages on the Iberian peninsula and on the British Isles. Several papers also deal with languages from a different point of view, where the status of pluricentricity is disputed (Albanian, Post-Yougoslav-languages). For the first time the pluricentricity of Finno-Ugric languages is dealt with alongside papers about the pluricentricity of Russian. This is the seventh volume that is published by the "International Working Group on non-dominant varieties of pluricentric languages""--

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