Projects tagged with «Multilingual language practices»
Multilingual Youth Practices in Computer-Mediated Communication
This project is inspired by citizen science initiatives. It will use a collaborative approach to investigate the current sociolinguistic setting for the Oslo urban speech style among different generations of users.
This postdoctoral project is a sub-project of Urban Speech.
Urban Talk & Text investigates the sociolinguistic life of contemporary urban vernaculars, i.e. speech styles that have emerged in and are associated with multilingual urban neighbourhoods shaped by immigration and class stratification.
In this PhD project, I investigate informal language learning at language cafés.
Multilingualism and diversity are defining features of societies across the globe, and through this partnership with outstanding universities in South Africa and the US, MultiLing highlights Southern experiences of multilingualism, mobility, and diversity.
The project Second-language communication in workplace settings — the case of Polish migrants in Norway (NorPol) examines factors that enhance or inhibit communication between Poles and Norwegians in workplace interaction.
MultiLing launched forensic linguistics as a new research topic in October 2017. This flagship project is led by Jan Svennevig and Aneta Pavlenko.
Video technology is becoming increasingly more common as a way to provide interpreting in the public sector. The digital media is thought to increase efficiency and access to qualified interpreters, while studies describing and exploring authentic video mediated communication are still scarce, also internationally.
What challenges do multilingual speakers with dementia and their relatives and caregivers face in their everyday conversations? And what strategies do speakers use for overcoming these challenges?
This postdoctoral project is part of MultiLing's flagship project MultiLing Dementia.
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.
Multilingualism and Mediated Communication is one of the projects made possible by the University of Oslo's funding for five world-leading research communities.
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.