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Language on DisplayWriters, Fiction and Linguistic Culture in Post-Soviet Russia$
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Ingunn Lunde

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781474421560

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: September 2018

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9781474421560.001.0001

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Pisateli o iazyke Writers’ Reflections on Language

Pisateli o iazyke Writers’ Reflections on Language

(p.69) Chapter 5 Pisateli o iazyke Writers’ Reflections on Language
Language on Display

Ingunn Lunde

Edinburgh University Press

This chapter analyses explicit responses to the ‘language question’ in post-Soviet Russia by writers participating in surveys, interviews, roundtable discussions or conferences dedicated to the language situation. Such statements on the language situation illustrate the linguistic attitudes of individual writers towards some of the central topics in the language debates, while conveying the writers’ own assessments of their status as opinion-makers in this area.

Keywords:   language culture, language attitudes, metalanguage, language debates, post-Soviet language culture, sociolinguistic change

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