Percepción, ideologías lingüísticas y prácticas bilingües en las familias hispánicas en Milán

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  • Milin Bonomi Università degli Studi di Milano

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14672/8.2016.1094

Resumen

El presente trabajo analiza la autopercepción relativa al uso del español como lengua minoritaria y a las prácticas bilingües de la población latina en Milán. A través de unas entrevistas con algunos exponentes de la diáspora latina en Italia se tratará de examinar si y en qué medida los procesos de transmisión lingüística y construcción identitaria están influidos por las ideologías lingüísticas de la sociedad dominante.

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2016-12-12