Politics of Language in the Ex-Soviet Muslim States: Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan

Politics of Language in the Ex Soviet Muslim States Azerbaijan Uzbekistan Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Turkmenistan and Tajikistan Politics of Language in the Ex Soviet Muslim States offers a unique and timely analysis of language policies in the central Asian states of the former Soviet Union The authors relate these policies to

  • Title: Politics of Language in the Ex-Soviet Muslim States: Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan
  • Author: Jacob M. Landau Barbara Kellner-Heinkele
  • ISBN: 9780472112265
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Politics of Language in the Ex Soviet Muslim States offers a unique and timely analysis of language policies in the central Asian states of the former Soviet Union The authors relate these policies to broad issues such as nation building, language planning, and multilingualism The book is a comprehensive survey of language policy in the five newly independent states withPolitics of Language in the Ex Soviet Muslim States offers a unique and timely analysis of language policies in the central Asian states of the former Soviet Union The authors relate these policies to broad issues such as nation building, language planning, and multilingualism The book is a comprehensive survey of language policy in the five newly independent states with largely Turkic speaking populations and in the Tajic republic, with its mainly Iranian speaking population It addresses each state s consideration over how the use of Russian widespread as a second language among the Turkic speaking peoples and known as a first language for Soviet era immigrants regardless of ethnicity should relate to use of the local varieties of Turkic or Iranian It also addresses efforts in each state to elaborate the local variety of Turkic or Iranian for use as public discourse in administration, law, business, and politics, including teaching the language to its nominal speakers, and considers the relation between these languages and those of local ethnic minorities The authors utilize previously unpublished empirical data, which is presented in both a clear narrative and conceptual framework.

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