Jordina Sánchez

Jordina Sánchez
University Pompeu Fabra | UPF · Department of Translation and Language Sciences

PhD in Education

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Additional affiliations
October 2010 - December 2015
Autonomous University of Barcelona
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (7)
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Who is a native signer? Since around 95% of deaf infants are born into a hearing family, deaf signers are exposed to a sign language at various moments of their life, and not only from birth. Moreover, the linguistic input they are exposed to is not always a fully fledged natural sign language. In this situation, is the notion of native signer as s...
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Relativization is a robust subordinating type across languages, displaying important typological variability concerning the position of the nominal head that the relative clause modifies, and sign languages are no exception. It has been widely assumed since Keenan & Comrie (1977) that the subject position is more accessible to relativization than o...
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En aquest article argumentem que el factor principal de variació lingüística en la població amb sordesa prelocutiva és el tipus d’intervenció exclusivament oral que es realitza majoritàriament en l’actualitat. El fet de no exposar els infants sords a la llengua de signes a més de la llengua oral des del moment del diagnòstic de la sordesa els posa...

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Archived project
SIGN-HUB aims to provide an innovative and inclusive resource hub for the linguistic, historical and cultural documentation of the Deaf communities’ heritage and for sign language assessment.