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Abstract

Cada individuo, independientemente de su edad, tiene prácticas lingüísticas propias en el seno familiar y, además, unas creencias sobre la elección de la lengua o lenguas en una sociedad multilingüe. Las prácticas lingüísticas en el ámbito familiar son sumamente importantes para entender la transmisión intergeneracional de un idioma minoritario. Partiendo de datos etnográficos, en este trabajo se analizan notas de campo y observación, entrevistas semiestructuradas individuales a progenitores y dos grupos de discusión formados por cuatro familias cada uno, con el objetivo de investigar las estrategias parentales para la transmisión intergeneracional del gallego en los hábitats urbanos y periurbanos de Galicia, donde el castellano es el principal idioma de socialización. El artículo pretende aportar conocimiento sobre la agencia de los progenitores pro gallego que, a través de sus creencias, gestión y prácticas lingüísticas individuales, juegan un papel significativo en la revitalización y mantenimiento del gallego fuera de la escuela, concretamente en el ámbito doméstico.

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