Some Factors Determining the Processes of Interlingual Interaction
In this article the determining effects of some internal and external language factors in the interlingual interaction processes on the status, structure, functionality, continuity, and prestige of languages are evaluated and discussed in the context of power relations. Interlingual interaction processes are supposed as part of interculturs interaction processes at the macro level, of organized interpower-centers interaction processes at the meso level, and of interpersonal interaction processes who are actors of cultural values and social statuses at the micro level. Therefore, the network of power relations including interligual interaction processes is a part of the battle fields be maintaining on the sharing of source (especially human sources) between the power centers representing different dimensions of the phenomenon of language planning –for example language planning purposes, language ideologies that motivate decision-makers, language policies of political authority, coordination degree between components of language planning etc.– create on the status, structure, functionality, continuity, scope and prestige of target languages.
power relations, interlingual interaction, language planning
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