- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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- New ed
- Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
- Vihman, Virve-Anneli (ed.), Praakli, Kristiina (ed.)
- 10 b, w & 23 tab
- 33, 10 ill. b/w & 23 tab.
- 222 x 152 x 19 mm
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- 498 g
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Language and Belonging in Europe
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"Negotiating Linguistic Identity [...] is thus a welcome contribution to the debate on identity in International Relations. [...] All the chapters are detailed and thought-provoking contributions that make this book useful especially for persons that are seldom exposed to the type of debates privileging identity and soft power better to understand international relations." (Stephan Sberro, European Review of International Studies, 3/2016)
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Virve-Anneli Vihman has a PhD in Linguistics from the University of Edinburgh. She is a senior research fellow in the Institute of Estonian and General Linguistics and the Strategic Adviser on Internationalisation at the University of Tartu, Estonia. She has been involved in drafting the University of Tartu's Language Policy and the Internationalisation Strategy of Estonian Higher Education. Kristiina Praakli holds a PhD from the University of Tartu and researches the Estonian language in the diaspora at the Institute of Estonian and General Linguistics at the University of Tartu, Estonia. She is currently also a visiting lecturer in Estonian language at the University of Helsinki. She is the editor of the handbook Eestlased ja eesti keel valismaal [Estonians and the Estonian language abroad] (2010).
Contents: Virve-Anneli Vihman/Jurgen Barkhoff: Introduction: The Shaping of Linguistic Identity in Europe - Johanna Laakso: Who Needs Karelian, Kven or Austrian Hungarian - and Why? - Anna Verschik: Estonian-Russian Code-Copying in Russian-Language Blogs: Language Change and a New Kind of Linguistic Awareness - Martin Ehala: Russian-Speakers in the Baltic Countries: Language Use and Identity - Bettina Bock/Rosemarie Luhr: Interaction Among European Languages and German Vocabulary - John E. Joseph: Indexing and Interpreting Language, Identities and Face - Emili Boix-Fuster: Languages and Identities in Catalonia - Konstanze McLeod: Gaelic and Sorbian as Multiple Boundary Markers: Implications of Minority Language Activism in Scotland and Lusatia - Aune Valk: The Role of Language in Estonian Identity - Patrick Seriot: Language and Nation: Two Models - Tomasz Kamusella: Scripts and Politics in Modern Central Europe - John Walsh: Pushing an Open Door? Aspects of Language Policy at an Irish University.