Multilingualism and Multimodality: Current Challenges for Educational Studies

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In the social sciences and humanities, researchers often qualify the period in which we are living as 'late-modern', 'post-modern' or 'superdiverse'. These terms seek to capture changing conditions and priorities brought about by a new social order. This social order is characterized, among other traits, by an increased visibility of social, cultural and linguistic diversity, arising out of unprecedented migration and mobility patterns. It is also associated with the development of information and communication technologies ...

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