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Langues autochtones minoritaires en Allemagne : similitude des droits, diversité des situations sociales

Abstract : The present article studies the legal status and the social situations that characterize the four indigenous languages recognized by contemporary Germany. In a first step it sketches out the geographical and historical context of these languages in taking into account their respective position with regard to German. In a second step the various legal regimes that rule the use of these languages are briefly presented. In a third step the study will be further developed by taking into account the non-linguistic conditions that play a part in the effective use of minority languages in Germany. Despite the similarity of rights, the social situations in which these four languages are used turn out to be extremely variable.
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Thomas Lenzen. Langues autochtones minoritaires en Allemagne : similitude des droits, diversité des situations sociales. Cahiers du CRINI, Les éditions du CRINI, 2021, Droit et langue: pourquoi et comment des exceptions juridiques et linguistiques territoriales ?, 2. ⟨hal-03558962⟩

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