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Showing Rating details. Following the bankruptcy of the VOC, the Batavian Republic took control of the colony in and it was only then that education in and promotion of Dutch began in the colony.

Even then, Dutch administrators were remarkably reluctant to promote the use of Dutch compared to other colonial regimes. Nevertheless, it did have a significant influence on the development of Malay in the colony: during the era of colonization the language that would be standardized as Indonesian absorbed a large amount of Dutch vocabulary in the form of loanwords.

Birth of the Indonesian language[ edit ] Volksraad session held in July in Jakarta, where Indonesian was formally used for the first time by Jahja Datoek Kajo. The nationalist movement that ultimately brought Indonesian to its national language status rejected Dutch from the outset. However, the rapid disappearance of Dutch was a very unusual case compared with other colonized countries, where the colonial language generally has continued to function as the language of politics, bureaucracy , education, technology , and other important areas for a significant time after independence.

The ease with which Indonesia eliminated the language of its former colonial power can perhaps be explained as much by Dutch policy as by Indonesian nationalism, though. In marked contrast to the French , Spanish and Portuguese, who pursued an assimilation colonial policy, or even the British , the Dutch did not attempt to spread their language among the indigenous population.

In fact, they consciously prevented the language from being spread by refusing to provide education, especially in Dutch, to the native Indonesians so they would not come to see themselves as equals. Thus, until the s, they maintained a minimalist regime and allowed Malay to spread quickly throughout the archipelago. Dutch dominance at that time covered nearly all aspects, with official forums requiring the use of Dutch, although since the Youth Congress the use of Indonesian as the national language was agreed on as one of the tools in the pro-independence struggle.

As of it, Mohammad Hoesni Thamrin inveighed actions underestimating Indonesian. After some criticism and protests, the use of Indonesian was allowed since the Volksraad sessions held in July Three years later, the Indonesians themselves formally abolished the language and established Bahasa Indonesia as the national language of the new nation.

On the last pledge, there was an affirmation of Indonesian language as a unifying language throughout the archipelago. The adoption of Indonesian as the country's national language was in contrast to most other post-colonial states, as neither the language with the most native speakers in this case, Javanese nor the language of the former European colonial power in this case, Dutch was to be adopted, but rather a local language with many fewer native speakers than the most widely spoken local language nevertheless, Malay was the second most widely spoken language in the colony after Javanese, and had many L2 speakers using it for trade, administration, and education.

In when Indonesia declared its independence, Indonesian was formally declared the national language, [18] although then it was the native language of only about 5 per cent of the population, whereas Javanese and Sundanese were the mother tongues of 42—48 percent and 15 percent respectively. In , Javanese was easily the most prominent language in Indonesia.

It was the native language of nearly half the population, the primary language of politics and economics , and the language of courtly , religious , and literary tradition. With thousands of islands and hundreds of different languages, the newly independent country of Indonesia had to find a national language that could realistically be spoken by the majority of the population and that would not divide the nation by favoring one ethnic group, namely the Javanese, over the others.

In , Indonesian was already in widespread use; [19] in fact, it had been for roughly a thousand years. Master and use copy.

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