Differential Subordinations - Theory and Applns by S. Miller, P. Mocanu

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The communities in Viscaya and Guipuzcoa had no one leader, and were rigidly separate from the Kingdom of Navarre. Still today Navarre is only partially Basque-speaking. Consider the extent to which a language flourishes because it has a tight geographical focus, a centre for its cultural as well as popular expression. For the Catalans this has always been Barcelona. What correlation do you think there might be between the strength of a language and a readily identifiable centre (or centres) of cultural focus?

From the above discussion (and see, also, Siguan 1992), draw up a list summarising the main features which contribute to the separate identities of the Catalans, the Basques and the Galicians, noticing those that all three have in common and also where they differ from each other. It is a mistake often made to lump all three communities together as ‘Spain’s linguistic minorities’ without due respect and understanding of their differences. Do you think that this is in general a danger that we risk when making statements about linguistic minorities and their relationships with other groups?

It was not only the clergy in remote parts of Latin 21 T H E P O S I T I O N O F S PA N I S H I N T H E W O R L D America who were instructed to use Castilian, but also those in, for example, Catalonia. Part of the official language policy of Castilianisation was to set up schools in rural areas to educate the indigenous population through Spanish. These schools seldom materialised, however, partly through lack of resources, partly because the local elites were not keen on the captive workforce being educated.

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