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Discourse coalitions for and against minority languages on signs: linguistic landscape as a social issue.


Szabó-Gilinger, Eszter; Sloboda, Marian; Šimičić, Lucija; Vigers, Dick
Discourse coalitions for and against minority languages on signs: linguistic landscape as a social issue. // Minority Languages in the Linguistic Landscape. / Gorter, D. ; Marten, H. F. ; Van Mensel, L. (ur.).
Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. str. 261-280


Naslov
Discourse coalitions for and against minority languages on signs: linguistic landscape as a social issue.

Autori
Szabó-Gilinger, Eszter ; Sloboda, Marian ; Šimičić, Lucija ; Vigers, Dick

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Minority Languages in the Linguistic Landscape.

Urednik/ci
Gorter, D. ; Marten, H. F. ; Van Mensel, L.

Izdavač
Palgrave Macmillan

Grad
Hampshire

Godina
2011

Raspon stranica
261-280

ISBN
9780230272446

Ključne riječi
Discourse coalitions, linguistic landscape, minority languages, anthropology

Sažetak
Everyday passers-by, regular residents, as well as municipal officers may have a mental image and a set of discourses about the multilingualism of a linguistic landscape (LL) of their city which can be quite different from what scholars working with LL would “see” and think. That is why we undertook our investigations about the perception of the linguistic landscape and wanted to shed light on how discourses on this perception can be instructive about social issues in the lives of urban residents. We hypothesized that the presence of a minority community in a town will engender discussion about the identification of this community (both from the inside and the outside) and about the perceived value of this community, its language, its customs or its culture. In order to trigger discussion and discourse data to analyse, we used people's perception about LL as our departure point. Hence, elicited and naturally occurring oral and written data were collected on people’s opinions about local LL in four multilingual European locations with important minority communities. The analysis which follows documents our attempt at providing another snapshot of how LL and minority languages (and their speakers) shape each other. Our paper sets out to use fundamental ideas, categories, and concepts of, on the one hand, the advocacy coalition framework (ACF) as developed and disseminated by Sabatier and Jenkins-Smith (1999) and Sabatier and Weible (2007), and, on the other hand, discourse coalitions theory as elaborated by Hajer (1993) and Fischer (2003) in the analysis of discourses on the perception of language management actions in connection with signs in our four fieldwork locations.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Etnologija i antropologija



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Projekt / tema
196-1962766-2743 - Suvremena transformacija lokalnih jezičnih zajednica i kulturna raznolikost (Anita Sujoldžić, )

Ustanove
Institut za antropologiju

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Lucija Šimičić, (242995)