Language and ideology in North Korean language planning
The division of Korea for more than half a century has created two separate sociopolitical entities in the Korean peninsula. These two Koreas, led by elites with different ideologies, have undergone politically induced changes which have embraced every facet of life. The Korean language, which is the only language spoken by the ethnically homogeneous Korean people, has not escaped the extensive socio-political engineering of both regimes. Language planning has been an integral part of the...[Show more]
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