Języki migowe w Finlandii

Katarzyna Wojan

Abstract

The article is an outline of the essence of sign languages, which are native, multidimensional visual-spatial systems, used to communicate without the participation of the hearing organ, fully equivalent to spoken (phonic) languages. The author briefly discusses the sociolinguistic aspects of sign languages functioning in Finland (the Swedish Finnish sign language and the Finnish sign language) and presents the exemplary Finnish language policy targeted at the Deaf community in Finland, who, having their own culture and identity, constitute a social minority.
Author Katarzyna Wojan (FL / ISS)
Katarzyna Wojan,,
- Institute of Scandinavian Studies
Other language title versionsSign languages in Finland
Pages109-119
Publication size in sheets0.69
Book Sibińska Maria, Dymel-Trzebiatowska Hanna (eds.): Dialogi o kulturze kultury dialogu: jubileusz profesora Hieronima Chojnackiego, Studia Północnoeuropejskie, no. 5, 2018, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego, ISBN 978-83-7865-720-0, 308 p.
Keywords in Polishjęzyki migowe, społeczność Głuchych w Finlandii, polityka językowa
Keywords in Englishsign languages, Deaf community in Finland, language policy
Languagepl polski
Score (nominal)5
ScoreMinisterial score = 5.0, 07-11-2018, BookChapterNotSeriesNotMainLanguages
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