TRANSIDIOMATIC PRACTICES IN A DEAF-HEARING SCENARIO AND LANGUAGE IDEOLOGIES

Autores

  • Marilda C. Cavalcanti DLA/IEL/UNICAMP
  • Ivani Rodrigues Silva CEPRE/PCM/UNICAMP

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18309/anp.v1i40.1013

Palavras-chave:

Transidiomatic practices, Multilingualism, Ideologies of language, Práticas transidiomáticas, Multilinguismo, Ideologias de lingua(gem)

Resumo

With a focus on deaf-hearing interaction, the aim of this paper is to reflect on what happens when misunderstandings in communication occur. The scenario for the interaction is a reading workshop carried out as part of an educational project. The issue for investigation arose in the reading of the transcriptions of the video data generated in the fieldwork of an ethnographic project. Our presupposition is that this type of interaction is multilingual and that this multilingualism is more complex and comprehensive than the use of separate languages. The data analysis is theoretically informed by the concept of transidiomatic practices against the background of language ideologies. 

 


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Publicado

2016-06-28

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Cavalcanti, M. C., & Silva, I. R. (2016). TRANSIDIOMATIC PRACTICES IN A DEAF-HEARING SCENARIO AND LANGUAGE IDEOLOGIES. Revista Da Anpoll, 1(40), 33–45. https://doi.org/10.18309/anp.v1i40.1013

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I. ON TRANSIDIOMA AND TRANSLANGUAGING