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Passion de la langue et reconnaissance

Abstract : This article explores three approaches to language policies. Utility, domination, passion. Each paradigm matches policy preferences and political contexts in France, the US and the EU. (Linguistic) non-domination is assumed to be the ideal linguistic situation ; my claim is that it can be achieved through a mindful balance between utility and passion, in particular through a multilingual management in intermediary institutions (schools, workplace, civic associations). Linguistic democracy requires that parity of participation trumps unifying language policies.
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Astrid von Busekist. Passion de la langue et reconnaissance. Raisons politiques, Presses de Sciences Po, 2014, pp.49-68. ⟨10.3917/rai.056.0049⟩. ⟨hal-01719408v2⟩

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