2015
DOI: 10.1590/1984-639820156309
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Globalização e Multilingualismo no Brasil Competência Linguística e o Programa Ciência Sem Fronteiras

Abstract: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte Natal -Rio Grande do Norte / Brasil RESUMO: A contemporaneidade celebra a sociedade do conhecimento e da informação. O conhecimento científico e tecnológico mobiliza e alimenta sua produção, consumo e progresso. Nesse cenário, o "mercado" linguístico cresce em importância. Globalizar e internacionalizar são palavras de ordem na sociedade atual e, nela, a promoção de uma educação multilíngue assume uma preponderância estratégica. Este texto problematiza esse cenário e… Show more

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“…However, since the main destination was Portugal, the letter of acceptance of the institution was more important and the language proficiency appeared in second place, given its irrelevance. Insecurity with the foreign language is understandable, since studies with academic students point out that, even though many already knew more than one language, 44.3% faced difficulties with the foreign language (1,11) . Therefore, linguistic competence, or lack thereof, can define the nature of mobility.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…However, since the main destination was Portugal, the letter of acceptance of the institution was more important and the language proficiency appeared in second place, given its irrelevance. Insecurity with the foreign language is understandable, since studies with academic students point out that, even though many already knew more than one language, 44.3% faced difficulties with the foreign language (1,11) . Therefore, linguistic competence, or lack thereof, can define the nature of mobility.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The growing trend of international academic mobility, also called internationalization, is associated with the phenomenon of globalization that results from the increase in the flow of people, ideas, capital, goods and services across borders (1)(2)(3)(4)(5) .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The second set of data comes from a corpus of ten university college students, native speakers of Brazilian Portuguese, interviewed between 2015 and 2016, while participating in the international mobility program Science without Borders 5 (SwB). Data were generated during a Post-doctoral fellowship in the UK where the researcher carried out a project entitled: "International mobility and emerging multilingual and multicultural practices: focus on the Brazilian governmental program SwB (ARCHANJO, 2015(ARCHANJO, , 2016(ARCHANJO, , 2017. Among the research participants, JULIA 6 was the one selected to contribute on this article due to the richness of her own story and the intertwined relationship between her path in learning and developing an English language competence and the impacts of that linguistic capital in reshaping her own identity as a student and as a future professional.…”
Section: Data Generationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Na atualidade, é comum relacionarmos a globalização à evolução tecnológica e à integração social, econômica, cultural e política de diversas nações (ARCHANJO, 2015). Desponta nesse cenário o uso da língua inglesa como língua franca (SEIDLHOFER, 2011), que, juntamente com a Internet, possibilita comunicação em escala global e acesso a conhecimentos múltiplos (GIMENEZ et al, 2010).…”
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