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Language Rights and Duties in the Evolution of Public Law :

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Language Rights and Duties in the Evolution of Public Law :
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Language Rights and Duties in the Evolution of Public Law :
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eng
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Poggeschi, Giovanni
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341
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  • KZ3390.S66
  • KZ3410
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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Schriftenreihe der Europäischen Akademie Bozen, Bereich »Minderheiten und Autonomien±
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v.23
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  • International law -- History
  • International law
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Language Rights and Duties in the Evolution of Public Law :
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  • 1. Language and the Law -- 2. Brief History of Linguistic Rights. Linguistic Rights and Minority Rights. Evolution of the Doctrine. Linguistic Rights of the First, Second and Third Types. The Role of Comparative Law -- 3. The Juridical Regulation of Strong and Weak State Languages -- 3.1. The Protection of Powerful Languages. French in France and English in the USA -- 3.1.1. Introduction -- 3.1.2. The Protection of French in France -- 3.1.3. Protection of English in the USA -- 3.2. Language Rights in Canada, Belgium and Switzerland -- 3.2.1. Introduction -- 3.2.2. The Establishment of Canada, Federal Bi-National State -- 3.2.2.1. The Awakening of Québec and the Discipline of Language Rights by the Two Different Territorial Levels of Government -- 3.2.2.2. ʻPatriationʼ and the Language Measures in the ʻCharter of Fundamental Rights and Freedomsʼ -- 3.2.2.3. The Canadian Supreme Court and the UN Committee on Human Rights Judge Some Measures in Québecʼs Bill 101 Prejudicial to Freedom of Expression (Later Law 178) -- 3.2.2.4. The Latest Developments in the Jurisprudence of the Canadian Supreme Court on Language Rights -- 3.2.3. Language Rights in Belgium -- 3.2.3.1. Introductory Clarification -- 3.3. Linguistic Rights after 1989 in Central and Eastern Europe: Between the Drive for a State Language and Responsibilities Towards EU Conditionality. The Difficult Case of Turkey -- 3.3.1. Linguistic Rights in Slovakia -- 3.3.2. Linguistic Rights and Obligations in Latvia -- 3.3.2.1. Other Cases of Legal Systems Deriving from the Dissolution of the Soviet Union. Ukraine and Kazakhstan -- 3.3.3. Linguistic Regulation in Macedonia -- 3.3.3.1. The case of Macedonia -- 3.3.4. The Problematic, and Emblematic, Case of the Question of Minorities in Turkey -- 3.3.4.1. The Inevitable Nationalism of the Newborn Turkish Republic. The Treaty of Lausanne
  • 3.3.4.2. The Constitution of 1982 and its ʻTurkocentric Approachʼ -- 3.3.4.3. The Need to Answer to the ʻCriteria of Copenhagenʼ -- 3.3.4.4. Conclusions. Turkey Will Be Able to Enter the E.U. only If it Changes its Policies Towards Minorities -- 3.4. Final Clarifications on This Section -- 4. The Juridical Regulation of the Languages of Sub-State Authorities and Regional and Minority Languages in General -- 4.1. Introductory Clarification -- 4.2. Some Cases of Tutelage of ʻLinguistic Peninsulasʼ -- 4.2.1. The German Language in South Tyrol -- 4.2.2. The Status of the Other German Minorities in Europe, and of the Swedes in Finland -- 4.2.3. Tutelage of Minorities in Hungary, and the Tutelage of Hungarians in Countries on its Borders -- 4.3. Other Examples of Strong Protection of ʻRegionalʼ Languages: Catalan, in Spain, Welsh and Scottish-Gaelic in the United Kingdom, Tartar in Russia -- 4.3.1. Catalonia, the Linguistic Nation Par Excellence -- 4.3.2. Linguistic Regulation of the Other Autonomous Communities -- 4.3.3. British Devolution and the Question of Welsh and Scottish Gaelic -- 4.3.4. Linguistic Rights in the Autonomous Republics of the Russian Federation. The Linguistic Question in Tatarstan and of the Tartar Language -- 4.4. Some Cases of ʻAverageʼ and Weak Linguistic Protection Carried Out Above All by the Sub-State Authoritie -- 4.4.1. Introductory Clarification -- 4.4.2. Other Experiences of Average and Weak Linguistic Tutelage in Italy -- 4.4.3. Protection of More Minority Languages -- 4.5. Some Conclusions. Is Autonomy the Panacea for the Enjoyment of Rights by Linguistic Minorities? -- 5. Language Rights in Asia and Africa -- 5.1. India -- 5.1.1. Historical Introduction to the Subject of Multilingualism in the Indian Sub-Continent -- 5.1.2. The Indian Constitution and its Linguistic Provisions -- 5.1.3. The Question of Linguistic states
  • 5.1.4. Adjustment and Proliferation of the Linguistic States and Official Languages -- 5.2. Linguistic Rights in Pakistan and Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka -- 5.2.1. Linguistic Rights in Pakistan -- 5.2.2. Linguistic Rights in Bangladesh after Independence -- 5.2.3. Linguistic Rights in Sri Lanka -- 5.2.4. Linguistic Rights in Nepal -- 5.2.5. Some Conclusions on the Indian Sub-Continent, Together With a Preliminary Look at the Situation of Linguistic Rights in Afghanistan -- 5.3. Linguistic Rights in a Fragile and Incomplete Democracy under the Guidance of Outside Powers: The Case of Afghanistan -- 5.4. Minority and Linguistic Rights in China. Recognition and Repression -- 5.4.1. The Historical Bases of Minority and Linguistic Issues in China -- 5.4.2. Recent Juridical Developments in China, and Their Influence on the Minority and Linguistic Issue -- 5.5. Language Regulation in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia -- 5.5.1. Language Rights in a Federation on Territorial and Ethnic Bases: Malaysia -- 5.5.2. Language Rights in the City State of Singapore -- 5.5.3. Linguistic Rights in One of the Most Richly Diverse States in the World: Indonesia -- 5.6. Reflections, (Almost) Conclusive, on Linguistic Rights in Asia -- 5.7. Language Rights of Arab States and of Some Islamic Legal Systems: a Feature in Common Between Asia and Africa. The Special Case of Israel -- 5.8. Linguistic Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Africa -- 5.8.1. Linguistic Rights in South Africa. From Apartheid to the Constitution of Everyone -- 5.8.2. From the Letter of the Law to Difficult Practice. A Solution: ʻUnitary Federalismʼ -- 5.9. Brief Excursus on the Linguistic Rights in other African States -- 6. Linguistic Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the Roma -- 6.1. Introductory Clarification -- 6.1.1. Linguistic Rights of Indegenous People
  • 6.1.2. Linguistic Rights of the Roma -- 7. Conclusions. The language as Incorporeal Good of a Special Kind. Between Inclusion of Individuals and the Maintenance of a Specific Collective Identity. A New Order of Linguistic Rights and Responsibilities -- Essential Bibliography
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Edition
1st ed.
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1 online resource (287 pages)
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9783845249490
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  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1583916
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  • (CaPaEBR)ebr11183259
  • (OCoLC)866858551
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Language Rights and Duties in the Evolution of Public Law :
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
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Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1. Language and the Law -- 2. Brief History of Linguistic Rights. Linguistic Rights and Minority Rights. Evolution of the Doctrine. Linguistic Rights of the First, Second and Third Types. The Role of Comparative Law -- 3. The Juridical Regulation of Strong and Weak State Languages -- 3.1. The Protection of Powerful Languages. French in France and English in the USA -- 3.1.1. Introduction -- 3.1.2. The Protection of French in France -- 3.1.3. Protection of English in the USA -- 3.2. Language Rights in Canada, Belgium and Switzerland -- 3.2.1. Introduction -- 3.2.2. The Establishment of Canada, Federal Bi-National State -- 3.2.2.1. The Awakening of Québec and the Discipline of Language Rights by the Two Different Territorial Levels of Government -- 3.2.2.2. ʻPatriationʼ and the Language Measures in the ʻCharter of Fundamental Rights and Freedomsʼ -- 3.2.2.3. The Canadian Supreme Court and the UN Committee on Human Rights Judge Some Measures in Québecʼs Bill 101 Prejudicial to Freedom of Expression (Later Law 178) -- 3.2.2.4. The Latest Developments in the Jurisprudence of the Canadian Supreme Court on Language Rights -- 3.2.3. Language Rights in Belgium -- 3.2.3.1. Introductory Clarification -- 3.3. Linguistic Rights after 1989 in Central and Eastern Europe: Between the Drive for a State Language and Responsibilities Towards EU Conditionality. The Difficult Case of Turkey -- 3.3.1. Linguistic Rights in Slovakia -- 3.3.2. Linguistic Rights and Obligations in Latvia -- 3.3.2.1. Other Cases of Legal Systems Deriving from the Dissolution of the Soviet Union. Ukraine and Kazakhstan -- 3.3.3. Linguistic Regulation in Macedonia -- 3.3.3.1. The case of Macedonia -- 3.3.4. The Problematic, and Emblematic, Case of the Question of Minorities in Turkey -- 3.3.4.1. The Inevitable Nationalism of the Newborn Turkish Republic. The Treaty of Lausanne
  • 3.3.4.2. The Constitution of 1982 and its ʻTurkocentric Approachʼ -- 3.3.4.3. The Need to Answer to the ʻCriteria of Copenhagenʼ -- 3.3.4.4. Conclusions. Turkey Will Be Able to Enter the E.U. only If it Changes its Policies Towards Minorities -- 3.4. Final Clarifications on This Section -- 4. The Juridical Regulation of the Languages of Sub-State Authorities and Regional and Minority Languages in General -- 4.1. Introductory Clarification -- 4.2. Some Cases of Tutelage of ʻLinguistic Peninsulasʼ -- 4.2.1. The German Language in South Tyrol -- 4.2.2. The Status of the Other German Minorities in Europe, and of the Swedes in Finland -- 4.2.3. Tutelage of Minorities in Hungary, and the Tutelage of Hungarians in Countries on its Borders -- 4.3. Other Examples of Strong Protection of ʻRegionalʼ Languages: Catalan, in Spain, Welsh and Scottish-Gaelic in the United Kingdom, Tartar in Russia -- 4.3.1. Catalonia, the Linguistic Nation Par Excellence -- 4.3.2. Linguistic Regulation of the Other Autonomous Communities -- 4.3.3. British Devolution and the Question of Welsh and Scottish Gaelic -- 4.3.4. Linguistic Rights in the Autonomous Republics of the Russian Federation. The Linguistic Question in Tatarstan and of the Tartar Language -- 4.4. Some Cases of ʻAverageʼ and Weak Linguistic Protection Carried Out Above All by the Sub-State Authoritie -- 4.4.1. Introductory Clarification -- 4.4.2. Other Experiences of Average and Weak Linguistic Tutelage in Italy -- 4.4.3. Protection of More Minority Languages -- 4.5. Some Conclusions. Is Autonomy the Panacea for the Enjoyment of Rights by Linguistic Minorities? -- 5. Language Rights in Asia and Africa -- 5.1. India -- 5.1.1. Historical Introduction to the Subject of Multilingualism in the Indian Sub-Continent -- 5.1.2. The Indian Constitution and its Linguistic Provisions -- 5.1.3. The Question of Linguistic states
  • 5.1.4. Adjustment and Proliferation of the Linguistic States and Official Languages -- 5.2. Linguistic Rights in Pakistan and Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka -- 5.2.1. Linguistic Rights in Pakistan -- 5.2.2. Linguistic Rights in Bangladesh after Independence -- 5.2.3. Linguistic Rights in Sri Lanka -- 5.2.4. Linguistic Rights in Nepal -- 5.2.5. Some Conclusions on the Indian Sub-Continent, Together With a Preliminary Look at the Situation of Linguistic Rights in Afghanistan -- 5.3. Linguistic Rights in a Fragile and Incomplete Democracy under the Guidance of Outside Powers: The Case of Afghanistan -- 5.4. Minority and Linguistic Rights in China. Recognition and Repression -- 5.4.1. The Historical Bases of Minority and Linguistic Issues in China -- 5.4.2. Recent Juridical Developments in China, and Their Influence on the Minority and Linguistic Issue -- 5.5. Language Regulation in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia -- 5.5.1. Language Rights in a Federation on Territorial and Ethnic Bases: Malaysia -- 5.5.2. Language Rights in the City State of Singapore -- 5.5.3. Linguistic Rights in One of the Most Richly Diverse States in the World: Indonesia -- 5.6. Reflections, (Almost) Conclusive, on Linguistic Rights in Asia -- 5.7. Language Rights of Arab States and of Some Islamic Legal Systems: a Feature in Common Between Asia and Africa. The Special Case of Israel -- 5.8. Linguistic Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Africa -- 5.8.1. Linguistic Rights in South Africa. From Apartheid to the Constitution of Everyone -- 5.8.2. From the Letter of the Law to Difficult Practice. A Solution: ʻUnitary Federalismʼ -- 5.9. Brief Excursus on the Linguistic Rights in other African States -- 6. Linguistic Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the Roma -- 6.1. Introductory Clarification -- 6.1.1. Linguistic Rights of Indegenous People
  • 6.1.2. Linguistic Rights of the Roma -- 7. Conclusions. The language as Incorporeal Good of a Special Kind. Between Inclusion of Individuals and the Maintenance of a Specific Collective Identity. A New Order of Linguistic Rights and Responsibilities -- Essential Bibliography
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC1583916
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (287 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783845249490
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1583916
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1583916
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr11183259
  • (OCoLC)866858551

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