By Sarah Smyth, Conny Opitz
During this quantity, researchers within the fields of language in society, sociolinguistics, language politics, diaspora and identification reports discover the contacts among languages and cultures within the post-Soviet international. The e-book provides a number views at the results of migration and of re-drawing of borders between teams and members for whom the Russian language has had an instrumental or symbolic prominence. How do fresh geopolitical shifts impression at the guidelines and practices of newly self reliant states? How have groups and members come to redefine their very own identities and center values? How does a cultural context during which the ability relatives among cultural and linguistic teams were reversed or recalibrated impact the attitudes of every workforce? How does the possibility of transnational identities influence at the interaction among diasporic and fatherland groups? How does migration impact linguistic and parenting practices? This number of fers solutions to those and lots of different questions via case reviews from 11 areas in Europe, critical Asia and the center East.
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