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Review article

https://doi.org/10.22210/govor.2018.35.03

Future of Slovene as a former Yugoslav language (Speech and language between language dictators and real life)

Hotimir Tivadar ; Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana Slovenia


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Abstract

Often, in public and professional circles, the Slovene language is treated as a priceless commodity that needs to be respected, nurtured and protected. Unfortunately, the result of such care is more often than not a misunderstanding of the diversity of linguistic types, as well
as limited communication that may convince speakers that their knowledge is lacking. The resulting article discusses the existing outlook on the publicly spoken language in the realms of media and science in Slovenia. Most importantly, we offer a simple solution – speech (speaking) and speech research with a target goal: to develop high quality public discourse.

Keywords

Slovene language; standard language; linguistic norm; media speech

Hrčak ID:

210211

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/210211

Publication date:

15.11.2018.

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