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Title: Review of current research on translanguaging as a communicative practice of multilinguals
Authors: Golovko, N. V.
Головко, Н. В.
Sheiko, D. V.
Шейко, Д. В.
Keywords: Translanguaging;Translingualism;Communicative practice;Multilinguals;Overview;Applied linguistics
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: TSENTR NAUCHNYKH & OBRAZOVATELNYKH PROEKTOV
Citation: Golovko, N. V.; Sheiko, D. V. Review of current research on translanguaging as a communicative practice of multilinguals // NAUCHNYI DIALOG. - 2021. - Issue 7. - Page 60-90
Series/Report no.: NAUCHNYI DIALOG
Abstract: The issue of topical problems and promising areas of research of translanguaging as a communicative practice of multilinguals in English-language and Russian-language scientific publications of recent years is considered in the article. The results of a comparative analysis of scientific works on translanguaging, highlighting key supporting ideas and concepts, are presented. The novelty of the research is seen in the fact that modern publications on translanguaging as a communicative practice that have not yet been analyzed or sufficiently covered in similar review works are summarized. The relevance of the study is due to the fact that translanguaging is a new idea on a historical scale, which has gained significant popularity over the past years, which, in turn, causes the need to systematize and streamline the array of scientific works that have accumulated during this time. A review of the approaches proposed by various authors to the content of the concept of "translanguaging" in those cases when the latter is considered as a communicative practice is performed, as well as of the methodological principles and foundations on which various studies of translanguaging as a communicative practice are built. Based on the analysis of publications, possible problems and promising areas of research in translanguaging are highlighted
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12258/18147
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