Multilingualism in Post-Soviet Countries
Multilingual Matters, 2008 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 234 pages
In the past two decades, post-Soviet countries have emerged as a contested linguistic space, where disagreements over language and education policies have led to demonstrations, military conflicts and even secession. This collection offers an up-to-date comparative analysis of language and education policies and practices in post-Soviet countries.
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Accessed Almaty Armenia Baltic Belarus Belarusian Belarusian Language Belarusian-language Bilaniuk Bishkek Census Central Asia Ciscel communication Constitution contexts country’s Crimean Tatar cultural demographic documents dominant economic English Estonian language ethnic groups European foreign language functions Georgia higher education Hogan-Brun identity implementation independence institutions International issue Kazakh and Russian Kazakh language Kyiv Kyrgyz language Kyrgyzstan language and education language education language laws language management language of instruction language policy language shift Latvia levels linguistic Lithuanian Ministry of Education minority languages Moldova Moldovan/Romanian multilingual native language official language Orusbaev political population post-Soviet countries proficiency Rannut regions reported Republic of Kazakhstan respondents Romanian Russian language Russian speakers Russian-language schools Russian-medium schools Russian-speaking russophone second language secondary schools situation Smagulova social sociolinguistic speak standard status survey Tajik Tajikistan territory titular language Transnistria Ukraine Ukrainian and Russian Ukrainian language University urban USSR Uzbek Uzbekistan