This article describe about Linguistic Purism, which is a form of prescriptive linguistics. It is often presented as conservative, as a “protection” of a language from the “aggression” of other languages or of “conservation” of the national Volksgeist, but is often innovative in defining a new standard. It is sometimes part of governmental language policy which is enforced in various ways. Linguistic Purism is a pejorative term in linguistics for a zealous conservatism in regard to the use and development of a language.
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