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  • 1
    ISBN: 9781306481618
    Language: English
    Pages: Online-Ressource (313 S.)
    Edition: Online-Ausg.
    Series Statement: Routledge Contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe Series 53
    Parallel Title: Print version Digital Russia
    Parallel Title: Druckausg. Digital Russia
    DDC: 302.23/1
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    Keywords: Electronic books ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Russisch ; Internet ; Kommunikation ; Wortschatz ; Internetliteratur
    Abstract: 〈P〉〈EM〉Digital Russia〈/EM〉 provides a comprehensive analysis of the ways in which new media technologies have shaped language and communication in contemporary Russia. It traces the development of the Russian-language internet, explores the evolution of web-based communication practices, showing how they have both shaped and been shaped by social, political, linguistic and literary realities, and examines online features and trends that are characteristic of, and in some cases specific to, the Russian-language internet.〈/P〉
    Description / Table of Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of illustrations; Notes on contributors; Acknowledgments; A note on transliteration and translation; Introduction; Part I Contexts; 1 The (im)personal connection: computational systems and (post-)Soviet cultural history; 2 From the utopia of autonomy to a political battlefield: towards a history of the "Russian internet"; Part II New media spaces; 3 Divided by a common web: some characteristics of the Russian blogosphere; 4 Social network sites on the Runet: exploring social communication
    Description / Table of Contents: 5 Testing and contesting Russian TwitterPart III Language and diversity; 6 The written turn: how CMC actuates linguistic change in Russian; 7 Slangs go online, or the rise and fall of the Olbanian language; 8 Language on display: on the performative character of computer-mediated metalanguage; 9 Translit: computer-mediated digraphia on the Runet; Part IV Literature and new technology; 10 Russian literature on the internet: from hypertext to fairy tale; 11 Occasional political poetry and the culture of the Russian internet; 12 Digitizing everything? Online libraries on the Runet
    Description / Table of Contents: Part V The political realm13 Politicians online: prospects and perils of "direct internet democracy"; 14 Languages of memory; 15 Is there a Russian cyber empire?; Index
    Note: Description based upon print version of record
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  • 2
    ISBN: 9781138206007
    Language: English
    Pages: xvi, 292 Seiten , Illustrationen, Diagramme
    Edition: First issued in paperback
    Series Statement: Routledge contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe series 53
    Series Statement: Routledge contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe series
    DDC: 302.23/1
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    Keywords: Internet Social aspects ; Information technology ; Russian language ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Russisch ; Internet ; Kommunikation ; Wortschatz ; Internetliteratur
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 3
    ISBN: 9781474421560
    Language: English
    Pages: viii, 222 Seiten , 1 Illustration
    Series Statement: Russian language and society
    DDC: 306.440947
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    Keywords: Russisch ; Sprache ; Prosa ; Sprachpflege ; Soziolinguistik ; Russland
    Note: Literaturverzeichnis: Seite 204-218
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    ISBN: 9781474421577
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (232 p.) , 2 B/W illustrations
    Edition: 2022
    Series Statement: Russian Language and Society : RLS
    DDC: 306.440947
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    Keywords: Russisch ; Sprache ; Prosa ; Sprachpflege ; Soziolinguistik ; Russland
    Abstract: How did Russian writers respond to linguistic debate in the post-Soviet period?Post-Soviet Russia was a period of linguistic liberalisation, instability and change with varied attempts to regulate and legislate language usage, a time when the language question permeated all spheres of social, cultural and political life. Key topics for debate included the Soviet linguistic legacy, the past and future of Russian, linguistic variation, language policy and linguistic ideologies. This book looks at how these debates featured in literature and illustrates the discussion through six interpretive readings of post-Soviet Russian prose. It analyses both the writers' explicit and implicit responses and in doing opens up new perspectives for sociolinguistic research on metalanguage. Spanning a number of theoretical fields including language variation, language policy and literary stylistics, Ingunn Lunde provides a coherent way of triangulating these fields by the introduction of the concept of performative metalanguage. The book also offers insight into the role of writers in the broader social and political context of language culture in contemporary Russia and into the various ways in which the linguistic and aesthetic practices of literary art can engage in questions related to the negotiation of linguistic norms.Key FeaturesHighlights the role of writers, and of fiction, in the language debates of post-Soviet Russia Looks at the subject from the point of view of literary language discussing six texts in detailFeatures work by Tatiana Tolstaia, Evgenii Vodolazkin, Evgenii Popov, Vladimir Sorokin, Valerii Votrin and Mikhail GigolashviliIntroduces a new concept of a 'performative metalanguage' - one that opens up new perspectives for sociolinguistic research on metalanguage Analysis of Key TextsEvgenii Popov: The True Story of 'The Green Musicians'Vladimir Sorokin: MonoklonTatiana Tolstaia: The SlynxEvgenii Vodolazkin: LaurusValerii Votrin: The Speech TherapistMikhail Gigolashvili: The Occupation of Muscovy: a national-linguistic novel...
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  • 5
    ISBN: 9788230400340
    Language: Norwegian , Swedish , Danish
    Pages: 318 S.
    Additional Information: Rezensiert in Baggesgaard, Mads Anders Terminal øst. - Oslo : Spartacus. - 2008 [Rezension]
    DDC: 909
    Note: Bidrag på norsk, svensk og dansk
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    In:  Memory, conflict and new media (2013), Seite 101-111 | year:2013 | pages:101-111
    ISBN: 9780203083635
    Language: Undetermined
    Titel der Quelle: Memory, conflict and new media
    Publ. der Quelle: London [u.a.] : Routledge, 2013
    Angaben zur Quelle: (2013), Seite 101-111
    Angaben zur Quelle: year:2013
    Angaben zur Quelle: pages:101-111
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  • 7
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    Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press | Oxford : Oxford University Press
    ISBN: 9781474444842
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource , Illustrations (black and white).
    Series Statement: Russian language and society
    DDC: 306.440947
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    Keywords: Russisch ; Sprache ; Prosa ; Sprachpflege ; Soziolinguistik ; Language and culture ; Linguistics ; Russland
    Abstract: Post-Soviet Russia was a period of linguistic liberalisation, instability and change with varied attempts to regulate and legislate language usage. This text looks at how these debates featured in literature and illustrates the discussion through six interpretive readings of post-Soviet Russian prose.
    Note: Previously issued in print: 2018 , Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • 8
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    Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press
    ISBN: 1474421571 , 9781474421577
    Language: English , Russian
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (viii, 222 pages)
    Series Statement: Russian language and society series
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Lunde, Ingunn, 1969- Language on display
    DDC: 306.440947
    Keywords: Linguistic change ; Language and culture ; Linguistics ; Sociolinguistics ; POLITICAL SCIENCE ; Public Policy ; Cultural Policy ; SOCIAL SCIENCE ; Anthropology ; Cultural ; SOCIAL SCIENCE ; Popular Culture ; BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY ; General ; Language and culture ; Linguistic change ; Linguistics ; Sociolinguistics ; Russisch ; Literatur ; Sprache ; Sprachwandel ; Soziolinguistik ; Sprache ; Sprachpflege ; Kultur ; Russia (Federation) ; Russland ; Electronic books
    Abstract: How did Russian writers respond to linguistic debate in the post-Soviet period? Post-Soviet Russia was a period of linguistic liberalisation, instability and change with varied attempts to regulate and legislate language usage, a time when the language question permeated all spheres of social, cultural and political life. Key topics for debate included the Soviet linguistic legacy, the past and future of Russian, linguistic variation, language policy and linguistic ideologies. This book looks at how these debates featured in literature and illustrates the discussion through six interpretive readings of post-Soviet Russian prose. It analyses both the writers' explicit and implicit responses and in doing so opens up new perspectives for sociolinguistic research on metalanguage. Spanning a number of theoretical fields including language variation, language policy and literary stylistics, Ingunn Lunde provides a coherent way of triangulating these fields by the introduction of the concept of performative metalanguage. The book also offers insight into the role of writers in the broader social and political context of language culture in contemporary Russia and into the various ways in which the linguistic and aesthetic practices of literary art can engage in questions related to the negotiation of linguistic norms. Key Features: Highlights the role of writers, and of fiction, in the language debates of post-Soviet Russia, Looks at the subject from the point of view of literary language, discussing six texts in detail
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 204-218) and index
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