World Languages

list five examples of what is meant by language rights'?

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5 examples of linguistic rights => individual linguistic rights – in this article, it gives every individual the right to choose what language they want to use despite of the place they’re in without any discrimination. => Linguistic rights in public domain – this gives every individual to have an interpreter in the public if he/she did not understand the other language. This will be accepted without any discrimination => positive vs negative rights – negative linguistic gives every individual to exercise language without asking permission to the state while positive linguistic requires specific action from the government. => overt vs. covert – this is analyzing a language with the level of its overtness and covertness. => collective linguistic rights – this refers to the group that makes sure that a certain language is transferred to future generation.

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