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AutorAlbury, Nathan John
TitelYour Language or Ours? Inclusion and Exclusion of Non-Indigenous Majorities in Maori and Sámi Language Revitalization Policy
QuelleIn: Current Issues in Language Planning, 16 (2015) 3, S.315-334 (20 Seiten)
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Spracheenglisch
Dokumenttypgedruckt; online; Zeitschriftenaufsatz
ISSN1747-7506
DOI10.1080/14664208.2015.984581
SchlagwörterLanguage Minorities; Language Planning; Language Maintenance; Public Policy; Foreign Countries; Indigenous Populations; Ethnic Groups; Pacific Islanders; Ideology; Comparative Analysis; Language Attitudes; Malayo Polynesian Languages; New Zealand; Norway
AbstractSince the second half of the twentieth century, post-colonial governments have commonly sought to revitalize the indigenous languages their imperialist predecessors hoped to eradicate. Although the impetus to revitalize is shared, the question of excluding or including the non-indigenous majority in the revitalization process, and encouraging them to become new speakers of the language, is a matter of politics and ideology. This paper draws on neotraditionalism and biculturalism as ideological premises in language revitalization policy to compare and contrast the nature and experiences of government policy in New Zealand and Norway as two such examples. In doing so, the paper sees neotraditionalism and biculturalism as ends of an ideological continuum that can plot policy frameworks and their changes. It finds, however, that neither has resulted in greater language revitalization and that both countries, and especially New Zealand, have flirted with a shift on the ideological continuum. Nonetheless, it appears that New Zealand's biculturalist approach has normalized the indigenous language to the extent its revitalization enjoys more support from the non-indigenous polity than in neotraditionalist Norway, where Sámi languages and policy are territorialized and invisible to most Norwegians. (As Provided).
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Update2018/2/04
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