Language vitality and paths to revival: contrasting cases of Azerbaijani and Kazakh

@inproceedings{Fierman2009LanguageVA,
  title={Language vitality and paths to revival: contrasting cases of Azerbaijani and Kazakh},
  author={William Fierman},
  year={2009}
}
Russian Imperial and subsequent Soviet policies resulted in the Russian language acquiring a very important role in education and the workplace in both Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan. The extent of the penetration of the Russian language was shaped by the unique constellation of factors for each republic, including geographic, historical, demographic, and political moments. Even in the Soviet era, however, the titular language maintained a much larger domain of use in Azerbaijan's cities than it did… CONTINUE READING

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