Kazakhstan emergently and systematically develops its language structures, because as the Government with more than 130 ethnic minorities it invested in tolerated relationships. Language policy is a protection of each language rights and a presence of aspirations of the people, who want to save their roots. The main significant document in Kazakhstan is Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan, where mentioned: «The state language of the Republic of Kazakhstan shall be the Kazak language». Also, the language policy of Kazakhstan is regulated by «Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Languages». Now Kazakhstan has the second State program for developing and functioning languages in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan tries to underpin the situation of developing languages. Most significantly, they have focused on enhancing a usefulness of the state language. The results are planning to be in a gradual rise from 20 percent to 80 and then 95 percent of speakers in the Kazakh language.
|Title of host publication||STATE LANGUAGE POLICY IN KAZAKHSTAN: ANALYSIS OF KAZAKH LANGUAGE PROGRAMS AND THEIR SOCIAL ISSUES AS EXAMPLE OF EDUCATIONAL PROCESS|
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - Jun 23 2015|
- Language policy, Language situation, State language, Sociolinguistics, Human rights
Dr. Orazbayeva F., & Orazaliyeva, E. (2015). State Language Policy In Kazakhstan: Analysis Of Kazakh Language Programs And Social Issues As Example Of Teaching. In STATE LANGUAGE POLICY IN KAZAKHSTAN: ANALYSIS OF KAZAKH LANGUAGE PROGRAMS AND THEIR SOCIAL ISSUES AS EXAMPLE OF EDUCATIONAL PROCESS (pp. 59-66)