I dalje jedan jezik (Still One Language)

Sarajevske sveske (ISSN 1512-8539) 10 (2005); 83-89

7 Pages Posted: 21 Aug 2019

Date Written: November 9, 2005

Abstract

Serbo-Croatian Abstract: Članak opisuje jezičnu situaciju u Hrvatskoj, Srbiji, Bosni i Crnoj Gori. Povezuje je sa situacijom u drugim policentričnim jezicima i navodi sociolingvističke kriterije za utvrđivanje da li se radi o jednom ili o nekoliko standardnih jezika. U članku se govori i o nazivu jezika, o kodifikaciji, i o tome da se nacija, religija i kultura ne mogu poistovjećivati s jezikom jer se ne podudaraju s njim.

English Abstract: The article describes the linguistic situation in Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro. It links it to the situation in other polycentric languages and sets out sociolinguistic criteria for determining whether it is one or several standard languages. The article also discusses the name of the language, its codification, and that nation, religion and culture cannot be identified with the language because they do not match with the language.

Note: Downloadable document is in Serbo-Croatian.

Keywords: sociolinguistics, language policy, standard language, national varieties, polycentric language, pluricentric language, mutual intelligibility, nationalism, Croatian, Serbian, Bosniakian, Montenegrin, Serbo-Croatian

Suggested Citation

Kordić, Snježana, I dalje jedan jezik (Still One Language) (November 9, 2005). Sarajevske sveske (ISSN 1512-8539) 10 (2005); 83-89, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3432980

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