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Language riot

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Transcript of Language riot

UKRAINE
History of the Ukraine Language
Resolution
language riot - Russian vs Ukrainian
Perspective of Ukraine on the Language Riot
Language Riots
▷Language Suppression and Resistance of Korean Language
▷Suppression of Korean language
▷Suppression of Korean language
Movement of Protection
Results of Suppression
Four basic aspects of language issue in Ukraine
1. Everyday use- communication between people
2. Official Use
Particularly the Legal and Education Systems
3. Commercial Aspect
4. Symbolic and Identity Aspect
Language Problem
In
UKraine
Russian
Ukrainian
"Ukrainians hate Russia so they refuse to speak Russian."
Russian as the second official language?
“Fighting for Ukraine language, hard but worth it. may be swamped. language law itself is just another step..
"it's our right to speak what we want to speak."
1. Tolerating the present state of “unofficial bilingualism”

2. Legalization of the use of Russian in public life in a narrower or wider scope
in the entire territory of Ukraine or in part of the country.

3. Consistent removal of the Russian language from public life

- Korea under Japanese rule (1910 ~ 1945)
-Newspaper Law (1907)
Preventing the publication of local papers
No Korean-owned newspapers
no Korean-owned newspapers

- Seizing newspapers without warning
-a thousand recorded seizure

Japanese naming
Forced Japanese Education
1, Korean Language Society
Making dictionary, Codification, Loanword orthography Imprisioned

2, Korea Daily News
National debt redemption movement
1, Lexical vestiges
-Controversial, but should be rejected
-Why?
2, Pressures on discussion
-Rationalization of colonization
-Propaganda
-Violation of Korean history
what is the national language in india?
The
13
most populous language of the world
no
National Language
22

Official language
including dialects,
at least 1,600
Factors
consolidating the riots
- Differences between North and South

- South was forced to learn a ‘new language’, Hindi

- South Indians unfairly treated in daily lives

Thank you for listening


Q & A
Languages of austria





Anti-Hindi
agitations of
Tamil Nadu
11th LARGEST
7th MOST POPULOUS

Before
independence
,
The FIRST
anti-Hindi
agitation
1937
compulsory teaching of Hindi

Lasted
3
years
2 dead and 1,198 arrested
Later
withdrawn by the British Governor

After
INDEPENDENCE

New constitution(1950) :

Hindi + English
want continued use of English
Another Agitation
1965
switching to hindi as
sole official language
2 months
acts of violence, looting, firing ..
Deaths of about seventy people
Indian Prime Minister
: English as the official language
Two similar, but smaller agitations
in 1968 and 1986
Characteristics of
TAMIL LANGUAGE
IMPACTS OF RIOTS
POLITICAL
: IN 1967, AGITATION LEADER
the Congress Party never recapture power since then.

THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE ACT
: in 1967, to guarantee the indefinite use of Hindi and English as official languages.

ENHANCED nATIONAL POWER
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