City and Village – Linguistic Landscape of Komi-Permyaks Cover Image

Város és falu – Nyelvi tájkép a komi-permjákoknál
City and Village – Linguistic Landscape of Komi-Permyaks

Author(s): Beatrix Oszkó, Larisza Ponomareva
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies
Published by: Scientia
Keywords: linguistic landscape of Komi-Permyaks
Summary/Abstract: The present paper aims to present the linguistic landscape of Komi-Permyaks, a Finno-Ugric speech community in the territory of Perm Krai, Russia. After a brief theoretichal introduction, we provide basic information about the Komi-Permyak people and their history. Then we describe the linguistic landscape of Kudymkar, the “capital” of the territory. In our research, we use the well-known frame of linguistic landscape by Laihonen, which had to be slightly modified in line with the given data.The last part of our paper describes the linguistic landscape of rural Komi-Permyak life by showing 3 villages: Doyeg, Peshnigort, and Antipin.

  • Page Range: 83-98
  • Page Count: 16
  • Publication Year: 2018
  • Language: Hungarian