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Current issue
ESUKA - JEFUL 4 - 1 2013

ESUKA - JEFUL 2 - 1 2011

Guest Editors Karl Pajusalu and Mari Mets (University of Tartu)


Salih Akin. Language planning in diaspora: the case of Kurdish Kurmanji dialect

Szilvia Batyi. Foreign language learning and education in minority circumstances: problems and possible solutions

Anna Borbely. Languages and language varieties: comparative research on the linguistic attitudes in four bilingual minority communities in Hungary

Raquel Casesnoves Ferrer. The effect of prestige in language maintenance: the case of Catalan in Valencia

István Csernicskó. The linguistic aspects of the Ukrainian educational policy

Marta Csire, Johanna Laakso. Teaching the heritage language as a foreign language: on the questions of bilingualism and minority language teaching in Austria

Nicole Dołowy-Rybińska. Kashubian and modern forms of media – new survival chances for endangered languages

Siebren Dyk. Palatalization of the glide in Frisian raising diphthongs as a case of shift

Viktória Ferenc. Challenges of Hungarian higher education in Ukraine

Michał Głuszkowski. Vershina – a Polish village in Siberia: factors influencing language maintenance under changing social, cultural, economic and political conditions

Heinike Heinsoo, Margit Kuusk. Neo-renaissance and revitalization of Votic – who cares?

Shinji Ido. Vowel alternation in disyllabic reduplicatives: an areal dimension

Devan Jagodic. Between language maintenance and language shift: the Slovenian community in Italy today and tomorrow

Sanna-Riikka Knuuttila. Children – the future of the Karelian language? Case study in a Karelian village

Elvira Küün. Minority languages in Estonian segregative language environments

Julian Maia-Larretxea, Kepa Larrea-Muxika. The Internet: a support for preserving and fostering the quality of the Basque language

Maria Manova. On some recent Pomak writing activities in Greece: ethno-cultural context and linguistic peculiarities

Johanna Mesch. Variations in tactile signing – the case of one-handed signing

Tom Moring, Catharina Lojander-Visapää, Andrea Nordqvist, Laszlo Vincze, Nadja Mänty. A comparative study of media, media use and ethnolinguistic vitality in bilingual communities

Rhian Siân Hodges. Towards the light – tua’r goleuni: Welsh medium education for the non-Welsh speaking in south Wales: A parent's choice

Josep Soler Carbonell. Speakers’ evaluations of the Estonian and the Russian languages in Tallinn: between linguistic stability and interethnic tension

Alessia Vacca. Australia and Catalonia: a comparative study on the protection of minority languages from a legal standpoint: education in the mother tongue. Is the language a factor of integration or a barrier?

Alessia Vacca. The Council of Europe and the European Union frameworks in the legal protection of minority languages: unity or diversity?

Justyna Walkowiak. Minority language policy regarding personal names – an overview

Magdalena Ziolkowska. Anthroponymy as an element identifying national minority: the characteristics of Polish Old Believers’ names

Peer reviewed
JEFUL cover 1


Design and cover by
Sander Samuel

Publication frequency
At least twice a year
in June and December

English, Estonian or exceptionally some other Finno-Ugric language

ISSN-L 1736-8987
ISSN 1736-8987 (Print)
ISSN 2228-1339 (Online)


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