Dialect, Ethnicity, and the State: Minority Languages in the EU

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Terms for talking about Breton character. Country alludes to place of conception; an individuals sharing society, history, political

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´╗┐Dialect, Ethnicity, and the State: Minority Languages in the EU Ch6: Ethnic Identity and Minority Language Survival in Brittany By Lenora Timm

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Terms for talking about Breton personality Nation alludes to place of birth; a people sharing society, history, political & regulatory structures, some self-governance, and a dialect "a populace which shares a typical culture, or supposes it does, and covets self-assurance or extreme basic leadership control for itself " this second definition fits the Bretons well

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Terms for examining Breton character, cont'd. Express A hegemonic political structure with legitimate expert over a region that may envelop a range of socio-social gatherings, potentially including " countries" States regularly portray themselves as countries to improve their authenticity

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Terms for examining Breton character, cont'd. Ethnic/ethnicity A substitution term for racial, tribal , this term is likewise grabbing pejorative undertones A gathering connected by ties of family relationship, religion, custom, dialect, aggregate feeling of solidarity Bretons are difficult to group along these lines since they are so absorbed into the neighborhood French culture

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Terms for examining Breton character, cont'd. Character Any individual can have different personalities which may cover, and personality can change Bretons have a "topographical/social/social/political character shifting starting with one individual then onto the next"

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Brittany: a little country inside the country state Brittany was related with "savage" occupants and their bizarre dialect Breton perceived as Celtic just in eighteenth c Result of third 5thc relocation south crosswise over Channel Independent kingdom until thrashing by French 1488 and extension in1532

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Brittany today 4 (or 5) divisions, capital Nantes, add up to populace of 4M Divided into Upper Brittany (eastern portion of promontory) French and Gallo have prevailed Lower Brittany (westen half of landmass) Breton once prevailed Historically Breton respectability transitioned to French, just workers spoke Breton by Middle Ages, and there was for all intents and purposes no abstract custom

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Brittany after the French Revolution 1789 French Revolution - France starts its crusade against every single other dialect in its quest for solidarity In 1900 there were 1.3M Breton speakers, now there are 240K, and just around 24K utilize the dialect frequently Some writing has been distributed, however few can or try to peruse it

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Language and character in Brittany: recorded viewpoints Brittany was one of the last areas to be incorporated into France - it was remote and had an autonomous history Catholic church had upheld Breton dialect and culture Breton personality rose generally as a response to outer contrary stereotyping Post WWII monetary blast in Brittany escalated utilization of French

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Contrasting translations of Breton and Celtic character To some degree Breton personality is a post-war development, some portion of the "creation" of Celtic way of life in general Breton character was to a great extent concocted by world class and churchmen contradicted to the counter administrative beliefs of the Revolution A little aggressor minority utilizes a romanticized history to legitimize cases to ethnic character, yet the lion's share are passionless about their character

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Le Coadic's investigation of customary (non-activist) Bretons Most Bretons see their way of life as vital and have an uplifting disposition toward it Bretons are equivocal about the significance of dialect for personality - non-Breton-speakers from Upper Brittany trust dialect is more essential than the Breton speakers from Lower Brittany Breton character saw as something that can be received by the individuals who pick it. Breton character is principally a connection to a place and a mutual lifestyle

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Expressions of Breton personality 1898 EMSAV - Breton development started with production upheld by Catholic church 1911 Parti nationaliste breton 1919 Breiz Atao ("Brittany Forever") understudy development looking for self-rule WWII Bretons isolated amongst Resistance and coordinated effort (with expectations of picking up self-sufficiency) Post WWII blend of political and financial advancement, establishing of bilingual schools: Diwan There is minimal radio & television broadcasting, which is tricky for youngsters

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Bretons opposite Europe Bretons feel they are a piece of a group of monetarily effective minorities in Europe They look for nearby control, yet not independence Bretons are more steady of EU strategy than French in general France did not sign European Charter for Regional and Minority dialects until 1999 and afterward decided that French constitution should be changed keeping in mind the end goal to execute it

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The eventual fate of the Breton dialect French is the dialect utilized as a part of open life in Brittany Breton is obviously losing ground, regardless of the Diwan schools, nearness of Breton in distributing and broadcasting is lacking Kan ha diskan music with Breton verses has demonstrated development to survive, Breton should have an expansion in number of speakers and speakers should utilize the dialect in the public eye

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Conclusions Breton personality is an issue of awareness and of will People of Brittany are questionable about the part of dialect in propagating Breton personality - social, monetary, and regional qualities are likewise focal in declaring Breton character

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