Езици и езикова политика на Балканите (тезиси за социолингвистичен анализ) // Language and language policy of the Balkans
(thesises for socio-linguistic analysis)
Балканите – език, история, култура. Сборник от Международна научна конференция В. Търново, 13-15 април 2007, Унив. изд. „Св. св. Кирил и Методий”, стр. 378-390. ISBN 978-954-524-636-4
The thesises for the sociolinguistic analysis of the language practice in the Balkans in diachronical aspect are included the following topics:
1) The Balkans – a geographic and civilization crossroad; 2) Cultural palette; 3) The Balkan Babylon; 4) Balkan language union; 5) The Balkan languages from a socio-linguistic aspect; 6) Written practice, cultural and political influences during the early medieval times; 7) The language policy in the Turkish empire; 8) The Greek language as an educational language during the renaissance of the Balkan nations; 9) South Slavonic languages – historical foreshortenings of the language literary practice in comparison to the spoken language; 10) The influence of the Russian culture and language; 11) The West European cultural influence as a mediator of the language policy; 12) The Balkan languages during the XX century (state/official languages of the Balkan nations and linguistic “islands” in the neighboring countries; heterogeneous and homogeneous types of bilingualism; “fading” of languages from certain territories); 13) For the differentiation between the South Slavonic languages and for South Slavonic language literary divergence (the opposition understanding – misunderstanding of the other language; principles of differentiation in closely related languages; genealogical and socio-linguistic/political type of languages/ language standards); 14) Contemporary sociolinguistic challenges: globalization of communication, the language policy of the European Union and the Balkan languages.
The Balkans, Balkan languages, Balkan language union, language policy, written practice, Turkish empire and (Ottoman-)Turkish language, Greek language, South Slavonic languages, language literary divergence, language policy of the European Union and the Balkan languages
Language, Linguistics, Literature and Theory of Literature