Diseño lingüístico de un barrio ecuatoriano en Queens, Nueva York

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Patricia Gubitosi
Christian Puma
Daniela Narváez

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Los estudios de diáspora sobre las comunidades migrantes muestran que estos grupos transnacionales se apropian del nuevo espacio en el país receptor a través de un proceso de deterritorialización y reterritorialización. Estos procesos involucran una reinterpretación y una nueva conceptualización de la relación lingüística entre la lengua del grupo diaspórico y aquella del país de origen. Uno de los lugares más visibles donde esta relación debe negociarse es en la esfera pública, donde la lengua, la cultura y la identidad están estrechamente interrelacionadas (Blackwood, Lanza & Woldemariam, 2016). A través de una perspectiva multimodal y tomando en consideración metodologías cualitativas y cuantitativas, este artículo analiza cómo la comunidad ecuatoriana-estadounidense que vive en Queens, ciudad de Nueva York, transformó el paisaje lingüístico de su entorno para convertirlo en uno semejante al que tenían en su país de origen.

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