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Domains of Hungarian language use in Belgrade

Mónika Balla
E-mail: mo_ni_75@yahoo.com
University of Belgrade

Sandra Buljanović
University of Belgrade

Marija Ilić
2Serbian Academy of Science and Arts
Sažetak: This paper attempts at opening a dialogue on multilingualism in the city of Belgrade today. Belgrade, like other Southeast European cities, has developed much differently over the past decades than ot...

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Types of multilingualism explored in the Transylvanian school context

Zsuzsanna Dégi
E-mail: zsiged@yahoo.com
Sapientia University, Miercurea-Ciuc
Sažetak: Studies concerning multilingualism are abundant and multilingualism gains more and more attention from linguists, politicians, sociologists and psychologists. Despite the spread of mul-tilingualism, s...

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My mother tongue … Croatian, Istrian, Local, … Depends where I am - The perception of mother tongue in multilingual settings

Anita Skelin Horvat
E-mail: askelin@ffzg.hr
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7113-1786
University of Zagreb

Vesna Muhvić-Dimanovski
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7113-1786
University of Zagreb
Sažetak: Mother tongue is very often seen as bipartite, i.e. that it is indicated on two levels, the level of the individual and the level of the collective. Such ambiguity of the notion can cause certain tens...

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Minority languages and the language policy in the rural area of Baranya (Croatia) – A case study

Ljubica Kordić
E-mail: kljubica@pravos.hr
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2900-7906
University of Osijek
Sažetak: The paper explores the position of minority languages in Croatian primary schools in multi-lingual communities on the example of the village of Darda, situated in the Hungarian-Croatian border area. T...