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L'enseignement en langue identitaire en Catalogne espagnole et au Paraguay. Étude comparative

Abstract : – In a context of univerlization and globalization of exchanges, peoples experience the need for strong local roots whose chief support is language. Some countries satisfy this need by implementing voluntarist language policies whose vector is teaching. Those countries that are favourable to a multilingual – most of the time bilingual – teaching have a linguistic situation inherited from a history in wich language played an important role. Therfore language provides identity and cements a nation, for all the national community, whatever the origin of its inhabitants. Spanish Catalonia is a nation that is integrated in the Sapnish state; it has built its identity on the “cataloniasation” of Catalonia in a bilingual context in which the Castilian language – the state language – is the second language. Paraguay is a state/nation; its linguistic educationnal policy is based on the building of a HispanoGuarani identity. Its choice is that of coordinated bilingualism. Athough different in their objectives and their strategies, these linguistic policies obtain positive results on the educationnal level as well on the psycholinguistic and democratic level.
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Christine Pic-Gillard. L'enseignement en langue identitaire en Catalogne espagnole et au Paraguay. Étude comparative. Expressions, Institut universitaire de formation des maîtres (IUFM) Réunion, 2005, pp.07-16. ⟨hal-02406721⟩



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