Gabriela Prego Vázquez, Luz Varela, Universidade De, Santiago De Compostela
2018 Lingue e Linguaggi Lingue Linguaggi   unpublished
The aim of this article is to show how the methodological approach known as the Linguistic Landscape (LL) provides new resources for the analysis of sociolinguistic changes to multilingual contexts associated with migratory flows and globalisation. Linguistic landscapes are also extremely useful when designing metalinguistic awareness activities within the framework of Critical Linguistic Education. The study analyses the linguistic landscape of the Sabón industrial zone that surrounds a number
more » ... surrounds a number of schools based in the municipality of Arteixo, situated in the province of A Coruña (Galicia, Spain). In recent decades, the municipality has undergone a series of major changes, many of which are related to migratory trends. Our work considers the transformation of the linguistic landscape of the municipality's industrial estate, situated on land used almost entirely for farming until the 1970s. However, industrialisation has led to its intense gentrification. The results of our research will allow for the design of TIC (Information and Communication Technology), TAC (Technology of knowledge adquisition) and TEP (Technology of empowement and participation) resources for social inclusion in MAVEL (Maps for an Atlas of linguistic education in superdiversity):