Japonski jezik med nacijo in imperijem: Tokieda Motoki in aporija nacionalnega jezika

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https://doi.org/10.4312/as.2015.3.1.225-240

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national language, linguistics, ideology, social fact, kokugo, nihongo

Abstract

Modern structural linguistics attempted to approach language in its “pure” or abstract form by discarding all elements perceived as external to language itself. On the other hand, linguistic schools attempting to understand language in the social context have also been formed. However, in all those language theories language itself can remain an ideological notion if those theories fail to engage in the necessary critique of social relations that generate representations about language or, more precisely, about language practice. This paper wishes to point out this kind of ideological overlook in the case of linguistic deliberations of Tokieda Motoki (時枝誠記1900–1967), who attempted to justify the colonial language policy of Japanese Empire in Taiwan and Korea.

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Published

24. 07. 2015

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ASIAN STUDIES IN SLOVENIA

How to Cite

CULIBERG, Luka. 2015. “Japonski Jezik Med Nacijo in Imperijem: Tokieda Motoki in Aporija Nacionalnega Jezika”. Asian Studies 3 (1): 225-40. https://doi.org/10.4312/as.2015.3.1.225-240.

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