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Language policies in Croatia in a diachronic perspective

Lelija Sočanac
E-mail: lelijasocanac@yahoo.com
University of Zagreb

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Sažetak: This paper will present the preliminary results of research that is being carried out within the framework of the project “Legal and Linguistic Aspects of Multilingualism”. The aim of the research is to explore language policies in a historical and comparative perspective, spanning different historical periods and political systems, from Austria-Hungary, the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, the Independent State of Croatia, socialist Yugoslavia, and the Republic of Croatia. Because such a wide scope of research can-not be presented in a single paper, we will focus primarily on language policies in Austria-Hungary, providing a brief outline of other periods for the sake of comparison. The paper is based on different types of normative documents, from constitutions and legislation to execu-tive orders, decrees, rules and regulations.
Ključne riječi:
language policy and planning, Croatia, legislation, judiciary, education,
Podaci na drugim jezicima: Hrvatski