- The Russian Orthodox and Islamic Languages in the Russian Federation
- Slavica Tergestina
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- Faculty of Humanities (FGw)
- Amsterdam Institute for Humanities Research (AIHR)
What happens to the Russian language if it is used by Muslims? Bustanov and Kemper (2012) analyzed the use of Islamic terminology in a variety of texts by contemporary Muslim authors from several regions of the Russian Federation. This led them to the hypothesis that one can speak of a new „Islamo-Russian" sociolect which comprises several variants (Arabism, Russianism, Academism). These findings are now discussed through comparison with Irina V. Bugaeva‘s research on an Christian Russian Orthodox „religiolect" of the Russian language.
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