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The Language Policy in Ukraine from the Independence to Nowadays
Emanuela Bulli (univ. Turin)

25 mars 2006

The Language Policy in Ukraine from the Independence to Nowadays. The Current Linguistic Situation of the Country
Séance Langues biélorusse et ukrainienne comme éléments déterminants des identités - Situation d’aujourd’hui et perspectives
The linguistic situation in Ukraine is very complex, because de-jure Ukrainian language is the single official state language of the country. It means that education, administrations, public offices, should work in Ukrainian. De-facto in Ukraine exist a bilingual society. The level of bilingualism is different from region to region (is less present in the Western regions and in the South-Eastern ones, is more present in the central regions and in the big cities, like the capital Kiev) but we can affirm, that the phenomenon is quite spread and sometimes it presents some peculiarities, which allow us to speak of Diglottic situation. I mean, people prefer to speak Russian in specific situation of day-life (for example, in family conversations and in all the informal contexts), while it speaks Ukrainian in the official, formal situation, as I will explain in the paper with examples and statistics.

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Non disponible Emanuela Bulli (univ. Turin)
Università di Torino (Torino, Italie)