Language secessionism  

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Language secessionism (also known as linguistic secessionism or linguistic separatism) is an attitude supporting the separation of a language variety from the language to which it has hitherto been considered to belong, in order to make this variety be considered as a distinct language. This phenomenon was first analyzed in Catalan sociolinguistics<ref>For example:

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