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Die deutsche Sprache in Frankreich, mit besonderer Berücksichtigung des Elsass – ein historisches Thema und seine aktuellen Ableitungen

Abstract : This paper seeks to contribute to the study of minority languages by shedding light on their position and status in Western Europe. In France, there is a long-established tradition of historical sociolinguistic research, notably represented by the historian and linguist Paul Lévy (1887–1962), who has made important research on the history of the German language in France. Originally from Alsace, Lévy published a number of works on the linguistic specificities of this part of the French Republic. The paper outlines the most important points of the sociolinguistic evolution of Alsatian, which may be a point of reference for further reflection on language policies in multilingual nation states.
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Thomas Nicklas. Die deutsche Sprache in Frankreich, mit besonderer Berücksichtigung des Elsass – ein historisches Thema und seine aktuellen Ableitungen. Linguistica, Ljubljana University Press, Faculty of Arts 2020, Deutsche Sprachminderheiten im östlichen Europa – Sprache, Geschichte, Kultur, 60 (2), pp.349-359. ⟨10.4312/linguistica.60.2.349-359⟩. ⟨hal-03193498⟩

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