Université de Fribourg

Does the territoriality principle work in practice? : The principle’s applicability to the Romansh area in the Swiss Canton of Grisons

Grünert, Matthias

In: Methods in Contemporary Linguistics, 2012, p. 463-486

The present paper addresses the question of territoriality with reference to the Swiss minority language Romansh, taking account of the contributions of jurists who were dealing with the legal situation in Switzerland and showing the importance of the principle in the common perception of the national languages of Switzerland. Furthermore, insights from a philosopher, Philippe Van Parijs, who has...

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Université de Fribourg

19. Multilingualism in Switzerland

Grünert, Matthias

In: Manual of Romance Sociolinguistics, 2018, p. 526-548

This chapter deals with the two Romance languages which are officially recognized as minority languages of Switzerland, Romansh and Italian, and with Francoprovençal and French dialects spoken marginally in the francophone area of Switzerland. Romansh, the language that has gained new recognition in the process leading to the quadrilingual Swiss Confederation, is considered in most detail. The...

Université de Fribourg

Switzerland

Ogay, Tania

In: Countries and their cultures, 2001, vol. 4, p. 2138-2148

Consortium of Swiss Academic Libraries

Strategic Litigation for Gender Equality in the Workplace and Legal Opportunity Structures in Four European Countries

Fuchs, Gesine ; Anagnostou, Dia ; Millns, Susan

In: Canadian Journal of Law and Society / Revue Canadienne Droit et Société, 2013, vol. 28, no. 2, p. 189-208

Consortium of Swiss Academic Libraries

Do "Young-Old” Exercisers Feel Better Than Sedentary Persons? A Cohort Study in Switzerland

Lalive d'Epinay, Christian J. ; Bickel, Jean-François

In: Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement, 2003, vol. 22, no. 2, p. 155-165

Université de Neuchâtel

New data on the age of the installation of Urgonian-type carbonates along the northern Tethyan margin : biostratigraphy of the Chopf Member (Helvetic Alps, eastern Switzerland) = Données nouvelles sur la datation de l'installation des calcaires urgoniens le long de la marge nord-téthysienne : biostratigraphie du membre du Chopf (nappes Helvétiques, Suisse orientale)

Bodin, Stéphane ; Vermeulen, Jean ; Godet, Alexis ; Föllmi, Karl B.

In: Comptes Rendus Geosciences, 2006, vol. 338, no. 10, p. 727-733

Le membre du Chopf correspond à un horizon glauconieux déposé dans la partie distale de la plate-forme helvétique. La découverte récente d'ammonites permet de dater précisément cet horizon de la partie inférieure de la zone à Gerhardtia sartousiana (Barrémien supérieur moyen). Cette nouvelle datation permet de donner un âge maximal à la formation du Schrattenkalk dans cette région....