The research aims to focus on the analysis of case studies selected by criteria pertinent to the aim of the research.
In particular, each research group will be responsible for finding contexts and case studies which represent the variabilities of /identifying cases which demonstrate the variability of the contexts affected by the migratory phenomenon, both from a socio-economic and territorial point of view, as well as for the measures/interventions adopted in favor of linguistic integration.
The aim is to gather comparative data. From a strictly methodological point of view, a triangulation approach will be used, which considers the integration of data gathered though different methods (e.g. questionnaires, context analysis, interviews, etc.; as suggested by literature: see Teachers College, Columbia University, Working Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics, 2008, Vol. 8, No. 1 Book Review).