Language movement

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Language movement or Language Movement may refer to:

Language campaigns[edit]

  • Plain Language Movement, a campaign to make writing easy to read, understand, and use
  • Language revitalization, attempts by interested parties to reverse the decline of a language that is endangered, moribund, or extinct
  • Linguistic purism, the practice of defining one variety of a language as being purer than other varieties
  • Language secessionism, an attitude supporting the separation of a language variety from other forms of the language in order to make it a distinct language

Language-specific social and political movements[edit]

Linguistic theory[edit]

See also[edit]