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Représentations sociolinguistiques et pratiques langagières liées au contact de langues tibétain/chinois dans les universités du Shandong (Chine)

Abstract : China, a multinational country with 56 nationalities, has a complex linguistic configuration with more than two hundred languages within its borders. The prestige and hegemonic position of standardized contemporary chinese relegates the languages and cultures of the 55 ethnic minorities to the shadows, in contrast to a state policy that advocates the “flowering of the 56 nationalities in the great family of the Chinese Nation”. In the current context where China tackles controversially the ethnic issues and where we are witnessing an accelerated urbanization and globalization, this thesis aims to highlight the language practices, glottopolitical interventions, language representations, and sociolinguistic identity of Tibetans in their aspirations for educational and social success in mainland China, specifically in Shandong province – our field of research. Our reflection is based on a sociolinguistic survey, carried out with a group of Tibetan students attending school in Shandong, quantitatively and qualitatively.
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Yang Yu. Représentations sociolinguistiques et pratiques langagières liées au contact de langues tibétain/chinois dans les universités du Shandong (Chine). Linguistique. Université Paul Valéry - Montpellier III, 2020. Français. ⟨NNT : 2020MON30012⟩. ⟨tel-03120528⟩

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