A historical analysis of language policy and language ideology in the early twentieth Asia: a case of Joseon, 1910–1945

@article{Yang2017AHA,
  title={A historical analysis of language policy and language ideology in the early twentieth Asia: a case of Joseon, 1910–1945},
  author={Jinsuk Yang},
  journal={Language Policy},
  year={2017},
  volume={16},
  pages={59-78}
}
  • Jinsuk Yang
  • Published 2017
  • Political Science
  • Language Policy
Using media texts from a Korean newspaper archive, this article describes the process through which the state took up the ideology of linguistic nationalism during the period of Japanese colonisation of Korea (1910–1945). This was particularly aimed at a modernisation project in order for the legacy of the Joseon dynasty, which had ruled Korea for five centuries to the end of the nineteenth century, to transform itself into a ‘modernized’ nation state. The ways in which Hangul, the Korean… Expand
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