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Volume 13, Issue 3
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Abstract

El presente trabajo analiza los procesos de que se realizan en la comunicación entre hispanohablantes inmigrados en Italia. Partiendo de entrevistas basadas en la experiencia transnacional con un grupo de jóvenes latinos/as residentes en Milán (Italia), se examina la manifestación de su identidad múltiple a través de las prácticas discursivas híbridas. Los actos translingües representan una práctica lingüística y social que forma intrínsecamente parte de su trayectoria bilingüe. El análisis de las narraciones y de la reflexión metalingüístca de los jóvenes latinos ha revelado procesos de fuerte innovación y movilidad en los repertorios lingüísticos de los participantes. Las praxis discursivas híbridas, favorecidas además por la cercanía entre las gramáticas que componen el repertorio bilingüe de los latinos en Italia, representa una estrategia a la que los hablantes recurren de una forma activa y consciente para negociar identidades múltiples y para crear un nuevo espacio social en el que posicionarse.

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Keyword(s): comunidades latinas en Italia , identidad , tercer espacio and translanguaging
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