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Nadya El Jouhri

Sara Bagur-Pons

Sebastià Verger-Gelabert

María Rosa Rosselló-Ramón

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Resumen




La mediación interlingüística infantojuvenil se refiere a la intervención comunicativa de individuos sin autoridad, como ejercicio normativo. Este estudio analiza las percepciones de los hijos de inmigrantes de primera generación sobre la mediación interlingüística, identificando dificultades y soluciones desde los contextos escolares y familiares. Desde un enfoque cualitativo, se desarrollaron entrevistas y grupos de discusión cuyos participantes fueron alumnos y profesionales. Los hallazgos muestran dificultades relacionadas con la dependencia parental, el estrés, la falta de empatía por parte de los profesionales, el sentimiento de incompetencia o la complejidad para la resolución de problemas por parte de los niños.





Keywords

Acculturation, Intercultural communication, migrant education, parent child relationship, interpretingAculturación, Comunicación intercultural, educación de los inmigrantes, relación padres-hijos, interpretación

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Cómo citar
El Jouhri, N., Bagur-Pons, S., Verger-Gelabert, S., & Rosselló-Ramón , M. R. . (2022). El alumnado inmigrante y la mediación lingüística infantojuvenil. Magis, Revista Internacional De Investigación En Educación, 15, 1–25. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.m15.aiml
Sección
Dossier Migración, fenómeno social mundial con implicaciones educativas situadas