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The intertwining of linguistic identity and ideology among Hungarian minority commuters from Vojvodina to Hungary

Eszter Gábrity
E-mail: esztig@gmail.com
University of Szeged

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Sažetak: The present research aims to investigate the linguistic identity and ideology of a particular re-gional minority living in a multilingual context. The objective of this paper is to discover how the Hungarian minority community in the region of Vojvodina (in the Republic of Serbia) and the Hungarian variety spoken in Vojvodina is constituted on an everyday, practical, personal level. The study focuses on those Hungarians from Vojvodina who commute between Hun-gary and Serbia on a regular basis for the reason that commuters between two countries find themselves in a very complex, multifaceted and diverse linguistic and social space in which they constantly need to negotiate and renegotiate their identities not only towards the inter-locutors, but for themselves as well. It will also be discussed how the language ideologies pre-sent in the community influence the language identity and attitudes of the Hungarian minority commuters towards the languages/varieties that they use on a daily basis, i.e. their vernacular (Contact Variety of Hungarian), standard Hungarian spoken in Hungary and Serbian, the state language in Serbia.
Ključne riječi:
Hungarian minority commuters, Vojvodina, language identity and ideology, Standard Hungarian, Contact Variety of Hungarian,
Podaci na drugim jezicima: Hrvatski