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Ozolins, Uldis Survival and development of language communities: Prospects and challenges. Clevedon, Regne Unit: Multilingual Matters, p. Pujolar, Joan Secretaria de Joventut. Reixach, Modest Silverstein, Michael A: Clyne, Paul [et al. The elements: a parasession on linguistic units and levels. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society, p. Skerrett, Delaney Michael Torres, Joaquim A: Witte, E. A: Torres, Joaquim coord.
Xavier; Boix, Emili Xavier; Galindo, Mireia Xavier; Sorolla, Natxo a. Xavier; Vial, Santiago A: Perera, Joan ed. Viladot, M. Barcelona: Columna. Wodak, Ruth A: Wodak, Ruth;. Meyer, Michael ed. Barcelona: Gedisa, p. Language ideologies: Practice and theory. Language in Society, vol. Annual Review of Anthropology, vol. Paraules discurs. The research covers some of the main ideas forming this ideology, such as neoliberalism and anti-Galician nationalism, as well as some of the discoursive strategies that GB uses to legitimate its ideas.
Keywords: linguistic ideologies, linguistic normalisation, Galician, critical discourse analysis. Universidade de Vigo. Campus de Vigo.
Tot i que les ideologies presenten en moltes ocasions contradiccions internes, en general formen conjunts coherents de representacions de la realitat. Schieffelin, Woolard i Kroskrity ed. Els incloem com a annexos en el present treball.
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Nova York: Macmillan, p. Vigo: Xerais. Kabatek, Johannes Leeuwen, Theo van A: Wodak, Ruth; Meyer, Michael ed. Methods of critical discourse analysis. Londres: Sage, p. Madrid: Taurus. Makoni, Sinfree; Pennycook, Alastair Disinventing and reconstituting languages. Monteagudo, Henrique Vigo: Galaxia. Moreno Cabrera, Juan Carlos Observatorio da Cultura Galega Recalde, Montserrat A: Lagarde, Christian ed.
Schieffelin, Bambi B. Wodak, Ruth; Meyer, Michael ed. Que las ayudas o subvenciones que se concedan a entidades privadas para promocionar el uso del gallego se limiten al coste real que suponga el empleo de esta lengua en su actividad, de manera que no acaben siendo subvenciones encubiertas que atenten contra la libre competencia entre empresas. Abstract This paper presents a research study conducted at the University of the Balearic Islands UIB one year after the regional elections of The implementation of the first regressive measures with respect to the linguistic normalisation of Catalan in Majorca redefined the language conflict.
In this scenario, language ideologies may be decisive to future public and private linguistic uses. On the basis of four focus groups, an analysis has been made of the linguistic ideologies of Social Sciences students from the city of Palma. Universitat de les Illes Balears. Departament de Filosofia i Treball Social. Edifici Ramon Llull. Keywords: linguistic ideology, linguistic normalisation, coexistence of languages, Catalan language, first language, Majorca.
Privat, Cas. Privat i el Cas. En el grup Cat. Per exemple, en el grup Cat. Concretament, el grup Cat. En canvi, el grup Cas. Com es tradueixen les ideologies en usos? A: Michnowicz, Jim; Dodsworth, Robin. Selected proceedings of the 5th Workshop on Spanish Sociolinguistics.
Somerville, Mass. Argente, Joan; Bibiloni, Gabriel Codina, Pere Barcelona: Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Generalitat de Catalunya s. Palma: Universitat de les Illes Balears. Diari de Balears 19 juliol. Querol, Ernest coord. Villaverde i Vidal, Joan Albert Abstract This paper discusses the complexity marking the degree of acceptance of the identity, name and unitary model of the Catalan language as determined according to the data obtained from various statistical sources covering the last thirty years.
It also deals with the influence of governmental actions on this complexity and the causes explaining why, after more than a century of recurrent debate, the opinions, stances and reasonings are the same as in the beginning. Lastly, a comparison is made between the situation in the Balearic Islands and that found in other places, with an analysis of the connections between the respective linguistic opinions and the partisan use to which they are put.
Keywords: Catalan, Balearic Islands, linguistic secessionism, linguistic prejudice, dialect, linguistic and cultural belonging, language awareness. A cada illa hi ha una manera particular de parlar. La defensa sol basar-se en aspectes emotius. La resposta, evidentment, no seria la mateixa a les altres illes.
Parlen tres variants de la mateixa llengua; 3. La llengua catalana general; 2. La llengua catalana general a partir de la variant mallorquina; 3. La llengua que parlen a Barcelona i no la de Mallorca; 4. La llengua mallorquina; 5. Paterna: ECIR. Alcover, Antoni M. Mallorca: Moll. Per la llengua. APLEC The construction of minorities: Cases for comparison across time and around the world.
Michigan: University of Michigan. Castor Binimelis, Maria del Pilar Treball de curs. Nova ortografia balear. Palma: CCM. Company, Rafael Document Palma: Govern de les Illes Balears. Barcelona: Observatori de la Llengua Catalana. Fishman, Joshua Do not leave your language alone. Mahwah, N. Fuster, Joan Palma: IB-Salut.
Hudson, R. Barcelona: Anagrama. Jones, Mari C. Exploring language change. Kremnitz, Georg Conocer la lengua y la cultura catalanas. Massot i Muntaner, Josep Barcelona: Curial. Els mallorquins. Palma: Daedalus. Informe sobre la lengua catalana. Tesi doctoral dirigida pel Dr. Albert Bastardas. A: Boix-Fuster, Emili coord. Barcelona: Publicacions i Edicions de la Universitat de Barcelona, p. Mira, Joan Francesc Moll, Francesc de B. Palma: Moll.
El parlar de Mallorca. Barcelona: Barcino. Llengua o dialecte? Palma: Obra Cultural Balear. Palma: Lleonard Muntaner. A: Cano, M. Alacant: Institut Interuniversitari de Filologia Valenciana, p. Hamburg: Dr. Tordera, Salvador abril Entrevista amb John Edwards. Vives, Miquel Abstract This paper deals with the evolution of the linguistic choices of a group of 17 pupils.
This evolution is based on two observation points in time: the first in , when the children were years old, and the second, eight years later, in Language choice is a personal matter in Catalonia. The results obtained are not conclusive for out-group dyads because no generalisable behaviour pattern was found for the pupils as a whole.
In the cases in which language shift has been observed, the direction of the new linguistic choices is analysed. Keywords: linguistic choices, norms of linguistic use, childhood, linguistic habitus, L2 acquisition process. La lectura de les dades de la taula 2 permet arribar a dues conclusions. Per aquest motiu, semblava excessiu eliminar les dades procedents de les percepcions dels informants encara que no haguessin estat observades. Usos endogrupals La primera lectura la fem sobre els usos endogrupals. Tampoc no es va produir cap entrevista amb els familiars de COD.
Per a una sociologia reflexiva. Barcelona: Herder. Tesi doctoral llegida a la Universitat de Barcelona. Gumperz, John J. Discourse strategies. Milroy, Lesley; Gordon, Matthew Sociolinguistics: Method and interpretation. Oxford: Blackwell. A: Sayahi, Lotfi ed. Selected proceedings of the First Workshop on Spanish Sociolinguistics.
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When classes are over: Language choice and language contact in bilingual education in Catalonia. Les Letters and Speeches of Oliver Cromwell Cartes i discursos d'Oliver Cromwell , presenten una imatge positiva de Cromwell : un home que va tractar d'extraure un cert ordre de forces reformistes enfrontades. De nou va intentar fer del "passat" "present" per als seus lectors. S'han publicat al voltant de 9.
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Farlex Free Library. University of California Press, , p. The four Imazighen-Moroccan authors refer to their writing as a therapeutic process that assists the characters towards the closure of their life-learning cycles. In this respect, Morocco the Rif lies in the past and Catalonia in the future. However, it does bring forth the economic hardships that her family must overcome to live in Spain, and the contradictory role of Muslim women living in the West that must submit to the will of their husbands and fathers.
In the writings of Karrouch, El Hachmi, and Al Hassani there is evidence of a continuous conflict between exoticism and the universal scope of North African literature, reinforced in this case when dealing with female writers. In this mutation process, we must acknowledge, as Walter Mignolo points out, that language is not merely a neutral tool that represents the honest wish to tell the truth, but also — as borne out by the narratives of Ararou, El Gamoun, El Harti, Lahchiri and, of course, El Hachmi — a tool for the construction of a history and the invention of realities Mignolo , I concur with Prabhu in making a distinction between diasporic and creolization narra- tives, as while the first is premised on a past trauma that constitutes and links the members of a group in a discourse of victimhood, the second can be seen to display an overweening pride in hybrid agency, being forward-looking and concerned with interaction , 13— Afro-Iberian literature al inmigrante de lejos.
There is an ethno- graphic approach to the autochthonous culture in the plot, but in turn, there is a departure from a traditional lifestyle, which is measured up against the superior civilization. The literature of writers in exile was fragmented from within as there was little or no contact between exiles, given their presence in Spain was not only clandestine, but also geographically scattered. Guinean exiles include writers such as Juan Balboa Boneke. Their diasporic discourse is clearly against the dictatorial regime and makes a point of exploring the historical and cultural trauma experienced by Guinea.
The poetic genre of the time introduces the configuration of an alternative form of fixated nostalgia that embodied itself in the rhetoric of orphanhood. This diasporic poetry coexists with the emergence of the narrative of writers such as Donato Munoz-Basols, Javier, Delgado Morales, Manuel, and Lonsdale, Laura, eds.
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These authors again evoke the loss of their Motherland in opposition to the un-homely European city. The latter publishes Las Tinieblas de tu memoria negra [trans. The boy acts as a dislocated translational link between his uncle and Padre Ortiz, the Catholic priest of the colonial mission civilisatrice. The women writers of this period, though, had left Equatorial Guinea when they were young. Thomas Aquinas, and a white Spanish mother, an animist sorcerer initiated in Africa.
Afro-Iberian literature narrativa nacional. This novel depicts a polyphonic representation of the transition from the colonial to the postcolonial era as a much needed mechanism to avoid the loss of history; the literary figures of historians, anthropologists, sociologists, and missionar- ies all act to adulterate and conspire to destroy material records of African history.
The other revealing element is the figure of the traditional storyteller who is asked about the underlying meaning of the folk tales, and is not able to answer at all; and while in the novel, reading is also censored, the native characters are trapped in a space where they are not able to speak out their own culture the traditional rites and customs have lost their original content and act as empty containers, pure forms nor have access to the typographical culture. Such a narrative strategy is not only designed to represent a re-visiting of the past, but also attempts to determine whether the old colonial framework has really collapsed or whether it is maintained under different signs through neo-colonial practices.
In the novels of the authors mentioned previously, the characters see themselves as invol- untary protagonists of a situation they disapprove of and, therefore, mock through an absurd exaggeration of charismatic power demonstrations, and humorous misinterpretations of West- ern political formulae. There is still a manifest depiction of traditional African elements that find themselves unnaturally placed in a fossilization process that clashes deeply with what seems to be a rehearsal of modern, foreign ways.
Ricci embedded in African society. This group of writers shares two major themes with other African authors: the clash between a modern way of life and tradition, and the need to reconcile past and present, using literature as an agent of social transformation; and they agree that even if the idea of European modernity cannot be validated, neither can the newly installed African republic, which is as deceitful as the previ- ous one.
La ciudad remordida. The structure of El porteador de Marlow and Malabo blues combines short stories, vignettes, poetic prose, poetry, and short descriptive catalogues of European, African, and Latin Ameri- can cities. The configuration of the books is polyhedral, subverting the rigid form of European narrative by introducing a flexible and pragmatic aesthetic sense, more akin to African oral traditions. The interstitial location, caught in between monolithic and directly opposing identities, offers the chance of a hybridizing out- look that not only negotiates difference without the presence of identitary hierarchies, but also searches for a new definition, a definition that targets the colonized subject as well as the old colonizing Metropolis.
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As Rebecca L. Walkowitz states, texts belong to the places where they are classified and given cultural and social purposes  , , The multilingual circulation of immigrant fiction destabilizes nation-based conceptions of literary culture. The case of Imazighen-Catalan writers is quite different because of linguistic and political circumstances, equating culture with community and liter- ary inclusion with national inclusion, presenting this as an alternative social model that distin- guishes Catalonia from other parts of Spain.
In short, African literature is written, printed, and read in multiple places, and the authors mentioned in this essay force us, as philologists and lit- erary critics, to rehearse different strategies of theoretical analysis, to consider the relationship between the production and circulation of non-canonical and marginal literature because — apart from being read within several literary systems — African literature makes the Iberian system less inclusive. Ricci Notes 1 Ricci , Works cited Al Hassani, Jamila.
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