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This article concerns online data capture using survey methods when the target population(s) comprise not just of several different language-using groups, but additionally populations who may be multilingual and whose total language repertoires are commonly employed in meaning-making practices–commonly referred to as translanguaging. It addresses whether current online data capture survey methods adequately respond to such population characteristics and demonstrates a worked example of how we adapted one electronic data capture software platform (REDCap) to present participants with not just multilingual but translanguaging engagement routes that also encompassed multimodal linguistic access in auditory, orthographic, and visual media. The study population comprised deaf young people. We share the technical (coding) adaptations made and discuss the relevance of our work for other linguistic populations.
|Number of pages||17|
|Early online date||4 Mar 2021|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Nov 2021|
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The READY Study: Recording Emerging Adulthood in Deaf Youth.
Young, A., Chilton, H., Rogers, K., Squires, G., Dodds, C. & Espinoza, F.
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