Projects tagged with «Multilingual ideologies and language policies»
Multilingual Youth Practices in Computer-Mediated Communication
Urban Talk & Text is a research group that investigates language, youth and identity in the city.
In this PhD project, I investigate teachers’ beliefs and multilingual and translanguaging practices in vocational program subject classrooms in Norwegian upper secondary school.
Multilingualism and diversity are defining features of societies across the globe. Through this partnership with outstanding universities in South Africa and the US, MultiLing highlights Southern experiences of multilingualism, mobility, and diversity.
The project examines factors that enhance or inhibit communication between Poles and Norwegians in workplace interaction.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 798157.
How are intentions from authorities received and integrated into the teachers’ practices in the classrooms?
Critiquing and reshaping language hierarchies: Practices and discourses of "local" and "global" language teachers in multilingual regions
This project investigates language policy in Norwegian academia, and especially the interplay between English, Nynorsk, Bokmål and Sámi. The overarching research question is what are the global, national and local influences on language policy and practice, and what are the gains and costs of making non-majority language choices in Norwegian academia?
This PhD project is a subproject of the flagship project Multilingualism and Globalization: Perspectives from Norway.
This project is a subproject of the flagship project Multilingualism and Globalization: Perspectives from Norway.
How do transnational families use their linguistic repertoire for identity constructions in the era of polymedia? What digital family language policies can be identified in Norwegian-Senegalese families in Norway?
This postdoctoral project is a subproject of MultiLing's flagship project Multilingualism and mediated communication.
In this project we are interested in how multilingual individuals talk about the different languages in their linguistic repertoire.
The focus of the project is the role of English and other languages in Norway’s contemporary multilingual landscape.
We explore how students cope with the new challenges they face in 5th grade.
In this project we will examine how immigrant children and adolescents cope with the various transitions in school.
The linguistic landscape refers to the use of written language(s) and other semiotic resources in the public sphere, and is a new approach to the study of multilingualism.