Asymmetry and Third Factor: What does the human language have to do with the world around?
Asymmetries are also found in the way we speak, read, and process linguistic information in the mind / brain.
The team wanted to learn about the Maori Kohanga Reo schools, the language nest program, which was able to reverse in three decades the alarming situation of language and culture endangerment that threatened the Maori people. They also learned about the Maori fundamental schools, the Kura Kaupapa. Their proposal was to learn about these programs in order to contribute to the preservation and revitalization of the Kaingang language and culture.
Linguistic behavior is shaped by beliefs and attitudes towards language, which affect the process of constitution of identity by language and discourse, as a consequence of this, the variable phenomena are not equally perceived by everyone.