Pluricentricity in the classroom: the Serbo-Croatian language issue for foreign language teaching at higher education institutions worldwide

@article{ali2021PluricentricityIT,
  title={Pluricentricity in the classroom: the Serbo-Croatian language issue for foreign language teaching at higher education institutions worldwide},
  author={Jelena {\'C}ali{\'c}},
  journal={Sociolinguistica},
  year={2021},
  volume={35},
  pages={113 - 140}
}
  • Jelena Ćalić
  • Published 1 November 2021
  • Linguistics, Sociology
  • Sociolinguistica
Abstract The study presented in this article looks at the effects of the changes in national language policies following the break-up of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia on teaching the Serbo-Croatian language or a “language which is simultaneously one and more than one” as a foreign language. The study explores how language ideologies and conflicting attitudes towards national standard languages, recorded both within nation-states and across nation-state borders, are understood by… 

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