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    ISBN: 9783447391627
    Language: English
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (xiv, 282 Seiten) , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: Interdisziplinäre Studien zum östlichen Europa Band 11
    Series Statement: Interdisziplinäre Studien zum östlichen Europa
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Pankova, Ekaterina Ideologies of multilingualism in contemporary Russia
    Dissertation note: Dissertation Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen 2020
    DDC: 306.446
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    Keywords: Multilingualism-Social aspects ; Language and languages-Globalization ; Electronic books ; Hochschulschrift ; Russland ; Sprachpolitik
    Abstract: Cover -- Title Pages -- Table of contents -- List of figures -- Figure 5.1: Overview of the discursive construction of the Russian language -- Figure 5.2: Lexical means of constructing the unifying role of the Russian language -- Figure 5.3: Lexical means of discursively constructing ethnolinguistic diversity -- Figure 7.1: Document portrait of comments to Article 1 -- Figure 7.2: Document portrait of comments to Article 2 -- Figure 7.3: Document portrait of comments to Article 3 -- List of tables -- Table 1.1: Language competence in Russian in percent (Gabdrakhmanova 2014, 23) -- Table 1.2: Language competence in Tatar in percent (Gabdrakhmanova 2014, 23) -- Table 2.1: Four levels of context for language policy analysis (based on Johnson 2013, 158) -- Table 2.2: A selection of discursive strategies (Reisigl and Wodak 2016, 33) -- Table 2.3: Stages and goals of analysis -- Table 4.1: Websites used for data collection -- Table 4.2: Genres of "official" texts -- Table 4.3: Discursive events at the federal level (2012-2016) -- Table 4.4: Discursive events in the Republic of Tatarstan (2012-2016) -- Table 4.5: Summary of the characteristics of the analyzed texts -- Table 6.1: Variant 4 of the model curriculum for primary education2 -- Table 6.2: Model curriculum for primary schools recommended by the Ministry ofEducation of RT -- Table 6.3: Main discursive events resulting from Putin's speech in Tatarstan -- Table 7.1: Summary of discourse topics and differences of opinion in online discussions -- List of abbreviations -- Acknowledgements -- Note on translations and transliteration -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 A shift, a turn, and a debate -- 1.2 Investigating the dynamics of federal and local policy discourses: why Tatarstan? -- 1.3 Brief overview of existing research on the topic -- 1.3.1 Critical research focusing on Russia in general.
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