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Determinantes del nivel de catalán de los inmigrantes en Cataluña: Un análisis de sección cruzada a nivel comarcal

  • Javier Ortega

Presentamos un análisis de sección cruzada a nivel comarcal para estudiar los determinantes del conocimiento activo oral del catalán de los residentes en Cataluña nacidos fuera de esta comunidad autónoma (los “inmigrantes”). El conocimiento del catalán de los inmigrantes es mayor en las zonas pirenaicas o agrícolas, y menor en el área metropolitana de Barcelona. El resto de los determinantes es diferente para diferentes grupos de inmigrantes. En su conjunto, los inmigrantes tienen un mayor conocimiento del catalán en aquellas comarcas en las que el conocimiento del catalán de los nacidos en Cataluña es mayor. Por su parte, el conocimiento del catalán de los inmigrantes nacidos en España es mayor en las comarcas en las que constituyen una fracción pequeña de los residentes. Por último, los inmigrantes nacidos fuera de España tienen un mayor conocimiento del catalán en las comarcas con mayor voto a partidos nacionalistas catalanes y en las comarcas de menor densidad, así como cuando su nivel de estudios es más alto.

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Paper provided by FEDEA in its series Working Papers with number 2007-25.

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Date of creation: Jul 2007
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