UPPER SORBIAN IN BUDYŠIN / BAUTZEN: EXAMPLES FROM BAUTZEN’S LINGUISTIC LANDSCAPE
This article investigates the frequency of Upper Sorbian, an endangered Slavic minority language, in the linguistic landscape of Budyšin/Bautzen. The analysis in this article focuses on the languages used in specific functions (hours of operation, operational instructions, and street names) on signage along a major street in the center of Budyšin/Bautzen.
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