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‘Our cat has the power’: the polysemy of a third language in maintaining the power/solidarity equilibrium in family interactions
This article examines how power and solidarity in family relations are negotiated along linguistic lines, and in particular, the role of a third language in this negotiation process. It takes as its case study a transnational ...
Restoring the parental position in the face of emerging childhood challenges with non violent resistance
(Family Therapy Association of Ireland, 2020)
Behaviours associated with child to parent violence and abuse (CPVA) and anxiety can paralyse parents and children in a cycle of fear, intimidation and parental accommodation. Psychotherapists and practitioners can also ...
Critical perspectives on language and kinship in multilingual families by Lyn Wright (Book Review)
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T-REX: the Teachers Research Exchange. Overcoming the research-practice gap in education
(Springer Verlag, 2020-03-14)
This paper introduces the Teachers Research Exchange (T-REX), an online community of practice that is currently being deployed on a pilot basis nationwide in Ireland as a response to the research-practice gap . The system ...
Locative reverb: Artistic practice, sound technology, and the grammatization of the listener in the city
(Springer International Publishing, 2021)
There are various ways that artists use technology in exploring the relation of sound to the urban environment, which has different impacts on the listener in relation to place. The rising prominence of these works is ...
The (lost) tune of ‘Raging Love’ and its reverberations in Isabella Whitney’s Copy of a Letter
(SAGE Publications, 2020-03-30)
This article argues that Isabella Whitney s verse epistles To Her Unconstant Lover and The Admonition in The Copy of a Letter (c. 1566 67) are enmeshed more thoroughly in the early modern English soundscape than previous ...
DESIGN-ED: a pedagogical toolkit to support K-12 teachers’ emergency transition to remote online education
K-12 educators face persistent and nascent challenges as they grapple with making an emergency transition to remote online modes of engaging with their students. Crossing the digital divide that exists between multi-site ...
Identity matters? ‘Working class’ student teachers in Ireland, the desire to be a relatable and inclusive teacher, and sharing the classed self
This paper is about social class and initial teacher education, specifically the perspectives and experiences of those from lower socio-economic groups in an initial teacher education programme in Ireland. It draws on a ...
Gaming disorder in adults with autism spectrum disorder
Gaming disorder (GD) is a clinical addiction to video or internet games. This study investigated whether GD symptoms are heightened in adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in comparison to a control group, and explored ...
How to turn the tide: the policy implications emergent from comparing a ‘post-vernacular FLP’ to a ‘pro-Gaelic FLP’
(Springer Verlag, 2020-02-14)
This paper compares the sociolinguistic trajectory of a latent speaker mother to that of a new speaker mother. Drawing on Shandler (TDR 48(1):19 43, 2004), it introduces the term post-vernacular FLP as a means to ...