О етничком идентитету српскохрватског или хрватскосрпског језика

Translated title of the contribution: About ethnic identity of the Serbocroatian or Croatoserbian language

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Abstract

This paper deals with the ethnic identity of the former Serbo-Croatian language or Croato-Serbian, officially as a common native and literary language of four nations of the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia: Serbs, Croats, Muslims (Bosniaks today) and Montenegrins. The goal of this research is to offer a valuable contribution in clarification of the question to whom this language belonged from the ethnic point of view.
Original languageOther
Pages (from-to)141-158
JournalReview of Slavic studies = Зборник Матице српске за славистику = Савистический сборник
Volume84
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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Yugoslavia
Croats
Serbs
Language
Serbo-Croatian Language
Socialist
Literary Language
Ethnic Identity
Muslims

Keywords

  • Politolinguistics
  • Serbo-Croat language
  • Bosnian language
  • Yugoslavia

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