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The years since independence have seen a revival of tendencies towards linguistic differentiation and purification; many of the reforms of the 1930s have been reversed, and the legitimacy of forms thought to have originated in Russian has again come under question (Taylor 1998; Bilaniuk 2005). But concerns about the purity of Ukrainian can also be found among the general population, where they are manifested in widespread negative attitudes towards the hybrid language known as surzˇyk. While linguists reserve the term for a ‘hybrid in which the entire grammar of Ukrainian .
Taking the position that standards of linguistic correctness are socially constructed (Bourdieu 1980/1991; Silverstein 1996), I analyze these feedback practices as a manifestation of an ideology of ‘pure language’ (cˇysta mova) that originated in response to the historical position of Ukrainian as subordinate to Russian and the perceived need to establish it as a distinct language suitable for representing a distinct nation. I further argue that in addition to socializing children into the ways of speaking deemed to constitute Ukrainian language competence, these practices are socializing them into pure language ideologies that define what this competence consists of.