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Med ohranjanjem slovenščine in podporo večjezičnosti : jezikovne ideologije v programih parlamentarnih strank
Stritar Kučuk, Mojca (Author)

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Abstract
V prispevku so predstavljena stališča slovenskih političnih strank o slovenščini in drugih jezikih v njihovih programih iz obdobja 1991-2011. Liberalnejše stranke so bolj odprte in zagovarjajo predvsem pravice manjšinskih jezikov ter učenje tujih jezikov, medtem ko se konservativnejše osredotočajo na zaščito slovenščine. Pri strankah obeh jezikovnoideoloških polov pa je opazno spreminjanje stališč zaradi vpliva evropskih smernic in položaja v vladi oz. opoziciji.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:slovenščina, sociolingvistika, jezikovna politika, večjezičnost, manjšinski jeziki, učenje tujih jezikov, politika, politične stranke, politični programi, 1991-2011
Tipology:1.08 - Published Scientific Conference Contribution
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2012
Number of pages:Str. 29-37
UDC:811.163.6\'272:81\'246.3
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Record is a part of a monograph

Title:Ideologije v slovenskem jeziku, literaturi in kulturi
Subtitle:zbornik predavanj
Publisher:Znanstvena založba Filozofske fakultete
ISBN:978-961-237-511-9
COBISS.SI-ID:262248704 This link opens in a new window
Place of publishing:Ljubljana
Year:2012
Editors:Aleksander Bjelčevič

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Language:English
Abstract:
This article presents the language attitudes of Slovenian political parties regarding Slovenian and other languages in their programs from 1991 to 2011. The more liberal parties are more open and especially defend the rights of minority languages and foreign-language teaching, whereas the conservative parties focus more on protecting Slovenian. However, a change of stance can be observed in parties of both linguistic poles due to the influence of EU guidelines and the position in the governing coalition and the opposition.

Keywords:Slovenian, sociolinguistics, language policy, multilingualism, minority languages, foreign language instruction, politics, political parties, political programs, 1991-2011

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