By Christina Bratt Paulston, Donald Peckham
This article goals to supply an introductory learn of linguistic minorities in relevant and jap Europe bearing in mind ancient improvement, current scenario, language upkeep and shift in addition to language and academic guidelines of every state incorporated during this learn.
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Although we seem no closer to such a theory, Grimshaw already in 1971 discussed basic perspectives on the causal relationship between social structure and language as a chain of interactions where social structure or behaviour affects language which in turn serves to affect social behaviour. However, until our theories are more comprehensive and our understanding clearer about the causal factors in ethnic groups' linguistic consequences, such a linked perspective may contribute to confusion rather than to clarification.
Linguistic Minorities in Central and Eastern Europe (Multilingual Matters) by Christina Bratt Paulston, Donald Peckham