Child Language Brokering: Trends and Patterns in Current Research
edited by Rachele Antonini
Contents (please select titles in orange below to view individual articles):
· Rachele Antonini, "The study of child language brokering: Past, current and emerging research"
· Nigel Hall and Frédérique Guéry, "Child Language Brokering: Some considerations"
· Marjorie Faulstich Orellana, "From here to there: On the process of an ethnography of language brokering"
· Robert S. Weisskirch, "Child language brokers in immigrant families: An overview of family dynamics"
· Edison J. Trickett, Sandra Sorani and Dina Birman, "Towards an ecology of the culture broker role: Past work and future directions"
· Tony Cline, Guida de Abreu, Lindsay O’Dell and Sarah Crafter, "Recent research on child language brokering in the United Kingdom"
· Elaine Bauer, "Language brokering: Practicing active citizenship"
· Lisa M. Del Torto, "Child language brokers all grown up: Interpreting in multigenerational Italian-Canadian family interaction"
· Inmaculada M. García-Sánchez, "(Re)shaping practices in translation: How Moroccan immigrant children and families navigate continuity and change"
· Alejandro Morales and David Aguayo, "Parents and children talk about their language brokering experiences: The case of a Mexican immigrant family"
· Chiara Bucaria and Linda Rossato, "Former child language brokers: preliminary observations on practice, attitudes and relational aspects"
· Letizia Cirillo, Ira Torresi and Cristina Valentini, "Institutional perceptions of Child Language Brokering in Emilia Romagna"
· Bernd Meyer, Birte Pawlack and Ortrun Kliche, "Family interpreters in hospitals: Good reasons for bad practice?"
· Iris Guske, "Familial and institutional dependence on bilingual and bicultural go-betweens – effects on minority children"
· Janna Lena Degener, "'Sometimes my mother does not understand, then I need to translate'. Child and Youth Language Brokering in Berlin-Neukölln (Germany)"