Translanguaging as Transformation: The Collaborative Construction of New Linguistic Realities

Emilee Moore, Jessica Bradley, James Simpson

Translanguaging as Transformation: The Collaborative Construction of New Linguistic Realities
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Translanguaging as Transformation: The Collaborative Construction of New Linguistic Realities

Emilee Moore, Jessica Bradley, James Simpson

This book examines translanguaging as a resource which can disrupt the privileging of particular voices, and a social practice which enables collaboration within and across groups of people. Addressing the themes of collaboration and transformation, the chapters critically examine how people work together to catalyse change in diverse global contexts, experiences and traditions. The authors suggest an epistemological and methodological turn to the study of translanguaging, which is particularly reflected in the collaborative, arts-based and action research/activist approaches followed in the chapters. The book will be of particular interest to scholars using ethnographic, critical and collaborative action and activist research approaches to the study of multilingualism in educational and creative arts contexts.

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