Language and Literacy in Refugee Families by Chatwara Suwannamai Duran

By Chatwara Suwannamai Duran

This booklet examines the agreements and discrepancies among public knowing and assumptions approximately refugees, and the particular ideals and practices one of the refugees themselves in a time of accelerating mobility fuelled by means of what many name 'refugee crisis’. With a spotlight on language and literacy practices between recently-arrived Karenni refugee households within the usa, this publication explores the multilingual repertoires and amassed literacies bought throughout the process the refugees' a number of routine. throughout the lens of transnationalism, the writer emphasizes that regardless of their various struggles, the refugees day-by-day and diligently use and strategize their previous, rising, and evolving linguistic and literacy assets to make the easiest in their resettlement. This publication will make clear the language and literacy practices between transnational and diasporic groups, minoritized or marginalized teams for researchers in those fields in addition to practitioners and resettlement companies operating with refugee populations.

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