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Title: Ewolucja świadomości językowej Czechów po 1989 roku
Authors: Hofmański, Wojciech
Keywords: Czech language
Slovak language
language planning
linguistic awareness
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Komisja Slawistyczna PAN, Oddział w Poznaniu, IFS UAM, Wydawnictwo PRO
Citation: Bohemistyka, 2016, nr 2, s. 169-180
Abstract: This paper is devoted to the formation of the linguistic awareness of the Czechs after 1989. Rapid changes in the linguistic and paralinguistic reality of the past 25 years are associated with the Velvet Revolution and the division of Czechoslovakia. The most important changes in the linguistic awareness of the Czechs after 1989 are the gradual increase in the social acceptance of the colloquial language and lack of objection against the progression of brutalization of the language of public debate. This can be interpreted as the disappearance of the need to aestheticise the language and also as an aversion to, in its broadest sense, the Czech language culture. The most important change, however, seems to be a lack of awareness that the society is bilingual and that Czech-Slovak communication within the society is possible.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10593/21370
ISSN: 1642–9893
Appears in Collections:Bohemistyka, 2016, nr 2

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