Petteri Laihonen

Academy Research Fellow

Phone

040 805 3838

Email

petteri.laihonen(at)jyu.fi

Room

Ag C516.2

Research

Laihonen’s research deals with language ideologies and (educational) language policy in multilingual contexts. It develops sociolinguistic theory and extends research to Eastern Europe. It has societal impact on the life of research participants and investigated communities and institutions.

Project

Language Ideologies and the Csángó Educational Program:
A Case of Inventing or Erasing Language?

Publications

Tutka, Jyväskylä University Digital Archive
Latest publications:
Laihonen, P., & Szabó, T. P. 2018. Studying the visual and material dimensions of education and learning. Linguistics and Education, 44: 1-3.
doi:10.1016/j.linged.2017.10.003
 
Laihonen, P., & Tódor, E.-M. 2017. The changing schoolscape in a Szekler village in Romania: signs of diversity in rehungarization. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 20 (3): 362- 379. 
doi:10.1080/13670050.2015.1051943 Open access
 
Laihonen, P., & István, Cs. 2017. Kísérlet egy összehasonlító vizsgálatra : a nyelvi tájkép dél-szlovákiai, székelyföldi és kárpátaljai falvakban. Regio. Kisebbség Kultúra Politika Társadalom, 25 (3): 50-81.
doi:10.17355/rkkpt.v25i3.172 Open access
 
Laihonen, P. & Szabó, T. P.  2017. Investigating visual practices in educational settings : Schoolscapes, language ideologies and organizational cultures. In M. Martin-Jones,& D. Martin (Eds.), Researching Multilingualism: Critical and ethnographic perspectives (pp. 121-138). Routledge.
 
Laihonen, P. 2016. Beware of the dog! Private Linguistic Landscapes in two ’Hungarian’ villages in South-West Slovakia. Language Policy 15/4: 373‒391.
Available through the Springer Nature Content Sharing Initiative: http://rdcu.be/kNut
 

Papers

Presentations at Tutka 

Video

Laihonen, P. & Szabó, T. P. 2015. What can the schoolscape offer for becoming multilingual?

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