Što je (ne)standardno za kroatiste? (What is (Non)Standard for Croatists?)

In: Bierich, Alexander (Ed.), Varietäten im Slavischen (ISBN 978-3-631-57010-4), Frankfurt am Main : Peter Lang, 2009. Pp. 313-330

18 Pages Posted: 22 Aug 2019

Date Written: June 2, 2009

Abstract

Serbo-Croatian Abstract: U članku se govori o jezičnom purizmu u Hrvatskoj i o standardnom jeziku. Pruža se uvid u obimnu inozemnu literaturu o purizmu i o njegovoj pratećoj pojavi – preskriptivizmu. Od početka 1990-ih primjećuje se kako se standardne riječi i oblici koji se koriste u različitim funkcionalnim stilovima u Hrvatskoj i zabilježeni su u hrvatskim rječnicima, gramatikama i udžbenicima, odjednom proglašavaju nestandardnima od strane hrvatskih jezikoslovaca usprkos jezičnoj praksi. Iako su purizam i preskriptivizam postali središnji pojmovi u kroatistici, čini se da hrvatskim jezikoslovcima nije poznat znatan dio zapadne literature o toj temi. Zbog toga se u ovom članku, polazeći od zapadne lingvističke literature, opisuju pojmovi "standard", "purizam" i "preskriptivizam".

German Abstract: Seit Anfang der 1990er Jahren wird beobachtet, wie standardsprachliche Wörter und Formen, die in verschiedenen Funktionalstilen in Kroatien gebraucht und in kroatischen Wörterbüchern, Grammatiken und Lehrbüchern verzeichnet wurden, trotz der Sprachpraxis auf einmal von Kroatisten für nichtstandardsprachlich erklärt werden. Obwohl Purismus und Präskriptivismus zu den zentralen Begriffen in der Kroatistik geworden sind, scheinen die Kroatisten mit einem wesentlichen Teil der westlichen Fachliteratur zu diesem Thema nicht vertraut zu sein. Aus diesem Grund wird im vorliegenden Beitrag, ausgehend von der westlichen Fachliteratur, auf die Begriffe "Standard", "Purismus" und "Präskriptivismus" eingegangen.

English Abstract: Since the beginning of the 1990s, it has been observed how standard-language words and forms used in various functional styles in Croatia and recorded in Croatian dictionaries, grammars and textbooks are, despite the language practice, suddenly declared non-standard by Croatian linguists. Although purism and prescriptivism have become central concepts in Croatian studies, Croatian linguists seem to be unfamiliar with a substantial portion of Western literature on the subject. For this reason, in the present article, starting from the Western linguistic literature, the terms "standard", "purism" and "prescriptivism" are discussed.

Note: Downloadable document is in Serbo-Croatian.

Keywords: Linguistic Purism, Prescriptivism, Standard Language, Sociolinguistics, Language Policy, Croatistics, Croatian, Serbo-Croatian

Suggested Citation

Kordić, Snježana, Što je (ne)standardno za kroatiste? (What is (Non)Standard for Croatists?) (June 2, 2009). In: Bierich, Alexander (Ed.), Varietäten im Slavischen (ISBN 978-3-631-57010-4), Frankfurt am Main : Peter Lang, 2009. Pp. 313-330. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3439290

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