L’éthique et l’éthos dans le développement des programmes à destination des nouveaux arrivants : une réflexion sur l’identité, l’intégration et la langue additionnelle

Abstract : The state of the current political climate, which is prioritizing safe migration policies that benefit both the host country and the newcomer, is a topic of both debate and discussion. Despite having distinct policies towards immigration, Canada and France share similar problems relating to language learning, integration, positioning, and identity. In this qualitative action research study, we compare the points of view of important actors involved in this discourse, teachers and administrators, and newcomers themselves. Combining the results of an online survey with one-on-one open questioned interviews designed for both participant groups, we have observed the following: The programs developed for newcomers have limited foundations and influence relating to the successful integration. Regardless of language level, a key component to belonging, integration, confidence in the target language, and having a voice is reciprocity. Having a native speaker social network that accepts the newcomer and is “willing to catch them” appears to be paramount.
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Nicole France Divoux Ringuette. L’éthique et l’éthos dans le développement des programmes à destination des nouveaux arrivants : une réflexion sur l’identité, l’intégration et la langue additionnelle. Education. Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018USPCA002⟩. ⟨tel-02147366⟩

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