AMERICAN LANGUAGE IDEOLOGY
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AMERICAN LANGUAGE IDEOLOGY
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S268667300000616-7-1
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Mikhail Marusenko 
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3-18
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The article analyzes the main provisions of American language ideology and of American linguistic imperialism. It is shown that the dominant position of the Anglo-American language is the result of a deliberate policy pursued since the 1950s first by Britain and then by the United States to achieve its political and, above all, economic interests.
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Language ideology, linguistic imperialism, linguistic hegemony, language policy, economy, United States
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09.11.2016
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