The Resource Language Policy and Discourse on Languages in Ukraine Under President Viktor Yanukovych, (electronic resource)

Language Policy and Discourse on Languages in Ukraine Under President Viktor Yanukovych, (electronic resource)

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Language Policy and Discourse on Languages in Ukraine Under President Viktor Yanukovych
Title
Language Policy and Discourse on Languages in Ukraine Under President Viktor Yanukovych
Title variation
  • Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Soci, Volume 122
  • Language Policy and the Discourse on Languages in Ukraine Under President Viktor Yanukovych
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Declared the country's official language in 1996, Ukrainian has weathered constant challenges by post-Soviet political forces promoting Russian. Michael Moser provides the definitive account of the policies and ethno-political dynamics underlying this unique cultural struggle
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AU-PeEL
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Moser, Michael
Dewey number
410.21023
LC call number
PG3814 .M384 2014
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society
Series volume
v.122
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  • Language policy
  • Linguistics
  • Ukrainian language
Label
Language Policy and Discourse on Languages in Ukraine Under President Viktor Yanukovych, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Contents
  • Content; Preface; Introduction; 1. Loyalty toward the small large language; 1.1. "Ridna mova"; 1.2. Actual language usage; 1.3. The citizens' views of language policy; 1.4. Advocates of "bilingualism"; 2. The European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages in Ukraine; 2.1. The adoption of the Language Charter in Ukraine; 2.2. The major mistake; 2.3. The measures according to the Language Charter as agreed upon by Ukraine; 2.4. The establishment of regional languages; 3. Viktor Yanukovych and the Ukrainian language; 3.1. Coming to power; 3.2. Victory Day 2011
  • 3.3. The President and the Ukrainian language4. The Russian World and the "compatriots"; 4.1. The Ukrainian population of the Russian Federation; 4.2. Fighting the "Orange Revolution"; 4.3. Russkiy Mir and "historical truth"; 4.4. Sviataya Rus'; 4.5. Official Russia's impact on Ukraine and Ukrainians; 4.6. The ultimate turn-Ukrainians as Russians; 5. The hawk in Ukrainian language policy: Vadym Kolesnichenko; 5.1. Kolesnichenko and "linguistic tolerance"; 5.2. Kolesnichenko the "human rights activist"; 5.3. Kolesnichenko on guard for Russkiy Mir
  • 6. Dmytro Tabachnyk and the Ukrainian language in the educational sphere6.1. Ukraine's Minister of Education; 6.2. Ukrainian-Russian history; 6.3. Promoting the Russian language; 6.4. Decreasing Ukrainian in the schools; 6.5. Restructuring higher education; 6.6. Decreasing Ukrainian in the preschools; 7. Olena Bondarenko and the Ukrainian language in the electronic media; 8. The draft law of 7 September 2010; 8.1. On the way to the draft law of 7 September 2010; 8.2. The regulations of the draft law of 7 September 2010; 8.3. Criticism in Ukraine
  • 8.4. The Venice Commission's alleged "positive assessment"8.5. The OSCE High Commissioner's assessment; 8.6. The Venice Commission's assessment; 8.7. Reactions to the failure; 8.7.1. The letter to the OSCE High Commissioner; 8.7.2. Reaction to the Venice Commission; 9. Anticipating the law: Serhiy Kivalov, the Constitutional Court, and the Ukrainian language in the courts of law; 10. Vadym Kolesnichenko's and Serhiy Kivalov's draft law "On Principles of the State Language Policy"; 10.1. Promoting and protesting Kolesnichenko's and Kivalov's draft law
  • 10.2. The Venice Commission's Opinion on Kolesnichenko's and Kivalov's draft law10.3. Reactions to the "Opinion"; 10.4. Reaction to the OSCE High Commissioner's unpublished assessment; 10.5. Pushing through the draft law-the first attempt; 10.6. Pushing through the draft law-the adoption in its first reading; 10.7. Pushing through the draft law-the adoption in its "second"reading; 10.8. Reactions to the adoption in Parliament; 10.9. The Parliamentary Speaker's signature; 10.10. The President's signature; 10.11. Entering into force; 10.12. Amendments of the President's Working Group
  • 11. Summary and outlook
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (507 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9783838204970
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)2670000000547982
  • (EBL)1677085
Label
Language Policy and Discourse on Languages in Ukraine Under President Viktor Yanukovych, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Contents
  • Content; Preface; Introduction; 1. Loyalty toward the small large language; 1.1. "Ridna mova"; 1.2. Actual language usage; 1.3. The citizens' views of language policy; 1.4. Advocates of "bilingualism"; 2. The European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages in Ukraine; 2.1. The adoption of the Language Charter in Ukraine; 2.2. The major mistake; 2.3. The measures according to the Language Charter as agreed upon by Ukraine; 2.4. The establishment of regional languages; 3. Viktor Yanukovych and the Ukrainian language; 3.1. Coming to power; 3.2. Victory Day 2011
  • 3.3. The President and the Ukrainian language4. The Russian World and the "compatriots"; 4.1. The Ukrainian population of the Russian Federation; 4.2. Fighting the "Orange Revolution"; 4.3. Russkiy Mir and "historical truth"; 4.4. Sviataya Rus'; 4.5. Official Russia's impact on Ukraine and Ukrainians; 4.6. The ultimate turn-Ukrainians as Russians; 5. The hawk in Ukrainian language policy: Vadym Kolesnichenko; 5.1. Kolesnichenko and "linguistic tolerance"; 5.2. Kolesnichenko the "human rights activist"; 5.3. Kolesnichenko on guard for Russkiy Mir
  • 6. Dmytro Tabachnyk and the Ukrainian language in the educational sphere6.1. Ukraine's Minister of Education; 6.2. Ukrainian-Russian history; 6.3. Promoting the Russian language; 6.4. Decreasing Ukrainian in the schools; 6.5. Restructuring higher education; 6.6. Decreasing Ukrainian in the preschools; 7. Olena Bondarenko and the Ukrainian language in the electronic media; 8. The draft law of 7 September 2010; 8.1. On the way to the draft law of 7 September 2010; 8.2. The regulations of the draft law of 7 September 2010; 8.3. Criticism in Ukraine
  • 8.4. The Venice Commission's alleged "positive assessment"8.5. The OSCE High Commissioner's assessment; 8.6. The Venice Commission's assessment; 8.7. Reactions to the failure; 8.7.1. The letter to the OSCE High Commissioner; 8.7.2. Reaction to the Venice Commission; 9. Anticipating the law: Serhiy Kivalov, the Constitutional Court, and the Ukrainian language in the courts of law; 10. Vadym Kolesnichenko's and Serhiy Kivalov's draft law "On Principles of the State Language Policy"; 10.1. Promoting and protesting Kolesnichenko's and Kivalov's draft law
  • 10.2. The Venice Commission's Opinion on Kolesnichenko's and Kivalov's draft law10.3. Reactions to the "Opinion"; 10.4. Reaction to the OSCE High Commissioner's unpublished assessment; 10.5. Pushing through the draft law-the first attempt; 10.6. Pushing through the draft law-the adoption in its first reading; 10.7. Pushing through the draft law-the adoption in its "second"reading; 10.8. Reactions to the adoption in Parliament; 10.9. The Parliamentary Speaker's signature; 10.10. The President's signature; 10.11. Entering into force; 10.12. Amendments of the President's Working Group
  • 11. Summary and outlook
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (507 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9783838204970
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (CKB)2670000000547982
  • (EBL)1677085

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