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Title: Current Language Maintenance of the Minority Languages in Central and Eastern Europe
Authors: 林蒔慧
Lin, Melissa Shih-Hui
Contributors: 斯拉夫文系
Keywords: Linguistic minorities;Language maintenance;Language planning and Language policy;European Union
Date: 2015
Issue Date: 2018-07-31 14:46:48 (UTC+8)
Abstract: After EU's eastern enlargement in 2004, Slavic language communities became members of EU. Among them there are minority languages in Central and Eastern Europe countries, such as Sorbian, Cassubian and Rusyn languages and the already dead Polabian. Under the globalization tendency within EU, itself a huge political entity, issues about these minority languages maintenance obtain huge interests. This paper will investigate the current situation of the mentioned three minority languages and their language maintenance. Eventually, this paper shall also bring some insight to further discussion for Taiwanese indigenous language revitalization work.
歐盟2004年東擴後,新成員國開始有了斯拉夫語族的加入,其中包括中東歐地區的少數語言,例如已經死亡的波拉布語(Polabian)以及被歐盟定義為區域或少數語言的索布語(Sorbian)、卡舒比語(Cassubian)以及盧森尼亞語(Rusyn language)。這些區域或少數語言在面臨歐盟這龐大政治實體以及全球化的潮流下,其語言相關議題引起諸多關注,本文將介紹這三個少數語言及其語言現況與語言維持,冀望藉由對中東歐少數語言的觀察,為現今台灣原住民語言復振的困境提供借鏡。
Relation: 台灣原住民研究季刊, Vol.8, No.3, pp.75-90
Taiwan Journal of Indigenous Studies, Vol.8, No.3, pp.75-90
Data Type: article
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