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Linguistic Nationalism: A barrier of the 'Nay-Club' harmony

El nacionalismo lingüístico: Una barrera a la armonía 'Nay Club'
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Zhikica, Pagovski

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Abstract This short article focuses of the language nationalism as a very common form of applying a nationalist behavior. The language nationalism is presented throughout empirical examples of some Southeast European countries and their method of exercising or dealing with it. The article begins with a metaphor of a party place for students from one university in Bulgaria, where in order to sing all songs, students need a familiarity with the language of their neighboring country. The article is trying to prove that the process of intensifying the process of studying foreign languages will provoke cultural and professional exchange among the nations and hence, will control the nationalist tension.
Keywords language; nationalism; Bulgaria; Southeastern Europe
Classification Other Fields of Social Sciences
Document language English
Publication Year 2010
Page/Pages p. 53-59
Journal Revista Kavilando, 1 (2010) 2
DOI Language, nationalism, nationalist, studying foreign language.
ISSN 2027-2391
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-NonCommercial