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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
In this study, the sociolinguistic status of Karingani has been investigated from the perspective of the domains of use as well as the attitudes of speakers towards this language. Azerbaijani Turkish is the language of the majority. The language of the immigrant minority, Karingani, has created special sociological linguistic conditions in contact with the Turkish language. A sample of 49 people was selected through a stepwise sampling to answer the questionnaire questions as a tool for collecting information. Descriptive information such as frequency, percentage and distribution of respondents and responses were extracted using SPSS 21 to investigate the domains of language use and also the participants' attitudes towards this language. The findings indicate that although some people in some private spheres, for example, in connection with some members of the family, use Karingani more or less, in other areas, even unnecessary areas, such as in relation to the sisters and brothers, this linguistic variety is not used so the language is not sociolinguistically stable and safe. Most speakers have shown positive attitude towards ethnic language. Linguistic support and a positive attitude on the one hand, and the limited use of this language, even in some private spheres, on the other hand, are controversial and is an issue that requires further investigation.
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