Boutin opens the book with her discussion of the ideological situation in Abidjan, the economic capital of Cote D’Ivoire, and the dominance of French, and yet she highlights the presence of other languages: Dioula, Baoule and the emergence of Nouchi as an identity language for many Ivoirians. The connections between language, identity and citizenship are explored, framed within the work of theorists such as Blommaert and Rampton, Eckert and Gadet.

La résistance du plurilinguisme à Abidjan / Boutin, Beatrice Akissi. - (2017), pp. 13-33. [10.1007/978-3-319-49611-5].

La résistance du plurilinguisme à Abidjan

Beatrice Akissi Boutin
2017

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Boutin opens the book with her discussion of the ideological situation in Abidjan, the economic capital of Cote D’Ivoire, and the dominance of French, and yet she highlights the presence of other languages: Dioula, Baoule and the emergence of Nouchi as an identity language for many Ivoirians. The connections between language, identity and citizenship are explored, framed within the work of theorists such as Blommaert and Rampton, Eckert and Gadet.
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