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Abstract

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En este estudio se analiza, por un lado, el beneficio de ser bilingüe y, por otro, cómo las familias planifican este hecho y qué actitudes motivacionales (instrumentales o integrativas) llevan a los padres a inscribir a sus hijos en programas de enseñanza bilingüe. Los datos se han obtenido mediante cuestionarios y entrevistas a los padres de alumnos de dos tipos de programas bilingües finés-español en Finlandia. El análisis muestra el papel destacado de la madre en el mantenimiento y aprendizaje de la lengua minoritaria incluso cuando no es su lengua nativa, así como el papel del padre y subraya, además, cómo los matrimonios mixtos facilitan el proceso de aprendizaje de la lengua minoritaria. Los resultados describen un patrón determinado de familia y el uso de la lengua minoritaria en el hogar.

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