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  1. Material culture and the ‘Backstage’: a response to Peter K. Andersson’s ‘How civilized were the Victorians?'

    Cheshire, Jim
    As part of a roundtable response to Peter Andersson's article 'How Civilized Were the Victorians', this paper argues that material culture studies can help us to articulate new historical narratives about the Victorian period. Post-structuralism helped to privilege linguistic representation to the detriment of direct analysis of material culture while approaches aligned to archaeology and anthropology enable us to rediscover the significance of physical matter and those who shaped it. The opportunities for learning how to study material culture are limited but could be enhanced through the heritage sector. As a case study, the paper examines the first selected edition...

  2. [pt] TRADUÇÃO ESPECIALIZADA: UM CONCEITO QUE PRECISA SER REVISADO

    WISLEY VILELA
    [pt] A atividade da tradução – e associações, honorários, cursos e eventos a ela relacionados – tem sido tradicionalmente classificada através de um critério horizontal (extensivo) para a tradução geral e para a tradução especializada. Esta última tem sido, de maneira similar, subdividida em novas modalidades de tradução, segundo diferentes critérios. Esses critérios são horizontais (extensivos) (baseados nos temas dos textos: tradução científica, técnica, jurídica, e de economia). Uma terceira abordagem da classificação da tradução é o conceito de gênero textual. Um exame cabal dessas categorias à luz do que sabemos hoje sobre a tradução mostra que todas elas foram emprestadas de outras áreas (ciência do conhecimento, LFEs,...

  3. [pt] A EXPLICITAÇÃO NA TRADUÇÃO INGLESA DE TERMOS CULTURALMENTE MARCADOS DA OBRA O POVO BRASILEIRO: A FORMAÇÃO E O SENTIDO DO BRASIL DE DARCY RIBEIRO

    DIVA CARDOSO DE CAMARGO; TALITA SERPA
    [pt] Este artigo verifica a explicitação na tradução inglesa de termos culturais da obra O povo brasileiro de Darcy Ribeiro. Fundamenta-se nos Estudos da Tradução Baseados em Corpus (BAKER, 1995, 1996; CAMARGO, 2005), na Linguística de Corpus (BERBER SARDINHA, 2000, 2004) e na Terminologia (BARROS, 2004). Para Baker (1996), a explicitação é a tendência de explicar, no texto traduzido, trechos que se apresentam implícitos no texto fonte. Esse traço pode ser encontrado na tradução de termos do teórico brasileiro, evidenciando a necessidade de esclarecer a terminologia que descreve o universo brasileiro.

  4. El discurso jurídico del Tribunal Eclesiástico de Córdoba en la Edad Moderna

    Arjona Zurera, Juan Luis
    El numeroso fondo documental que custodia el Archivo General del Obispado de Córdoba, en la sección Provisorato, serie Cuadernos de Divorcio, permite obtener numerosos elementos de análisis desde múltiples perspectivas investigadoras: tanto desde punto de vista social (muestran aspectos de la vida familiar, íntima de los cordobeses de la Edad Moderna), como desde el punto de vista histórico jurídico (se documentan tanto los agentes y receptores de las demandas como la fase procesal) y, por supuesto, pragmadiscursiva. Con esta contribución, lo que se pretende es una aproximación, desde el ámbito de la pragmática histórica, a los cambios de uso lingüístico identificados en las sentencias dictadas...

  5. El olvido de la lengua materna y sus consecuencias en la formación del profesorado de idiomas. Intervención y mejora de degradación de la competencia lingüística y docente del profesorado nativo

    Gaibrois Chevrier, Catherine N.
    Esta Tesis Doctoral estudia el olvido - o atrición - de la lengua materna en adultos con una triple finalidad: - Analiza el concepto de atrición en la edad adulta y aclara el estado de la discusión científica sobre este fenómeno poco estudiado en España. Explica el olvido de la lengua materna (también llamada L1 o lengua primera, para distinguirla de la L2 o lengua segunda) desde un enfoque pluridisciplinar, relacionándolo con el funcionamiento cognitivo cerebral y sus mecanismos mnemónicos y situándolo en la realidad compleja del bilingüismo y plurilingüismo. - Realiza un estudio de caracterización de los efectos de...

  6. Linguistic contact between North-Western Iranian Languages: The case of Kurdish and Balochi

    Korn, Agnes
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  7. [en] GUESS THAT WAS MACHO ENOUGH FOR HER: REINFORCEMENT AND SUBVERSION OF HETERONORMATIVE IDEOLOGIES IN PEGGING PRACTITIONERS DIGITAL NARRATIVE PERFORMANCES

    ELIZABETH SARA LEWIS
    [pt] A presente pesquisa examina imbricações entre performatividade e ideologia em relação à (re)produção de discursos heteronormativos sobre gêneros e sexualidades e maneiras de desestabilizar, ressignificar e subverter tais discursos limitadores. Nosso trabalho é guiado por um posicionamento queer que vê o gênero e a sexualidade como performances identitárias e não fatos naturais (BUTLER, [1990] 2003, [1993] 2002) e uma perspectiva linguística que considera as narrativas como uma maneira de intervir no social para mudar (ou reiterar) discursos ideológicos normatizantes e estigmatizantes (MOITA LOPES, 2008; THREADGOLD, 2005). Concentra-se sobre performances identitárias de gênero e sexualidade em narrativas digitais de praticantes...

  8. Habilidades sociales y emocionales del profesorado de educación infantil relacionadas con la gestión del clima de aula

    Barrientos Fernández, Amelia
    El objetivo central de este trabajo es conocer si existe relación entre las competencias socioemocionales de los maestros de segundo ciclo de Educación Infantil con su habilidad para manejar el clima social y emocional de su aula. Para ello, se realiza un estudio de comprensión y de valoración de las capacidades sociales y emocionales de los profesores y su correspondencia con el clima creado en sus clases La investigación es de carácter cuantitativo de tipo descriptivo-correlacional, ya que se hace un análisis de la relación entre las competencias sociales y emocionales de los maestros y el clima de su aula....

  9. Taiwán 2017: XV Simposio internacional Cervantes y Taiwán. Aportaciones a la enseñanza de ELE.

    de lingüística aplicada a la comunicación, Círculo

  10. El sustantivo cuantificador en la lingüística hispánica: revisión crítica y nueva propuesta

    San Julián Solana, Javier

  11. El lexicón como origen del carácter dinámico de los sistemas de escritura

    Pérez-Rodríguez, José Henrique

  12. Traslaciones: revista latinoamericana de lectura y escritura

    de lingüística aplicada a la comunicación, Círculo

  13. Salamanca 2017: 27º Congreso de la Asociación Europea de Lingüística Sistémica Funcional

    de lingüística aplicada a la comunicación, Círculo

  14. Bridging the Gap between Genes and Language Deficits in Schizophrenia: An Oscillopathic Approach

    Murphy, E; Benítez-Burraco, A
    Schizophrenia is characterized by marked language deficits, but it is not clear how these deficits arise from the alteration of genes related to the disease. The goal of this paper is to aid the bridging of the gap between genes and schizophrenia and, ultimately, give support to the view that the abnormal presentation of language in this condition is heavily rooted in the evolutionary processes that brought about modern language. To that end we will focus on how the schizophrenic brain processes language and, particularly, on its distinctive oscillatory profile during language processing. Additionally, we will show that candidate genes...

  15. The Royal Lykaian Altar Shall Bear Witness: History And Religion In Southwestern Arcadia

    Mahoney, Kyle William
    THE ROYAL LYKAIAN ALTAR SHALL BEAR WITNESS: HISTORY AND RELIGION IN SOUTHWESTERN ARCADIA Kyle W. Mahoney Jeremy McInerney This dissertation surveys the history of the sanctuary of Zeus on Mt. Lykaion and its environment, from the Late Bronze Age (ca. 1600-1100 B.C.) to the Roman imperial period (ca. A.D. 200). I begin with a review of the myth traditions attached to the landscape, suggesting that these were familiar to Greek speakers all over the Mediterranean from early times. We can see their influence in our earliest poets, Homer and Hesiod, who indirectly acknowledge the birth of Zeus on Mt. Lykaion and other local myths....

  16. Doing Well In School: Repertoires Of Success At The End Of Elementary School

    Link, Holly
    In spite of over a decade of U.S. school reform emphasizing test preparation and performance, students from minoritized backgrounds continue to underachieve on standardized testing. With an abundance of research on the achievement gap, we are now more than ever aware of this problem. But to avoid reproducing longstanding school inequities, testing practices and achievement measures need rethinking. This dissertation does this by investigating how, in a recently established Mexican immigrant community in Pennsylvania, children from Mexican immigrant and African American backgrounds negotiated the heavy emphasis on high-stakes testing in their final year of elementary school. Based on long-term, collaborative...

  17. Literacy, Strategy, And Identity In Interaction: Vietnamese And Mexican Immigrant Students In Urban Catholic Schooling

    Leblanc, Robert
    This year-long interactional ethnography of four first- and second-generation Vietnamese and Mexican immigrant youth enrolled in an urban Catholic school traced how participants used a series of literacy-focused interactional strategies to negotiate the complexities of the contemporary Catholic school landscape. Urban US Catholic schools have undergone a radical transformation in the last 40 years, from overenrolled neighborhood parochial schools serving largely white Catholic students (Walch, 2003), to contracting decentralized schools serving Catholic immigrants from Asia and Latin American alongside large numbers of non-Catholic African American students (Hunt & Walch, 2010; Irving & Fosters, 1996; Louie & Holdaway, 2009; NCEA, 2014)....

  18. Realizing Morphemes In The Icelandic Noun Phrase

    Ingason, Anton Karl
    This dissertation defends a strong version of the view that linguistic surface complexity is the product of interactions between deep syntactic mechanisms and shallow interface-specific mechanisms. I argue that current developments in the theory of locality in Distributed Morphology (Embick 2010, Marantz 2013) impose boundaries on syntactic analysis and that morphemes cannot be identified and analyzed without studying their realization at the interfaces of syntax with both phonology and interpretation. The empirical focus is on a series of phenomena which are attested in Icelandic noun phrases and involve the realization of roots, category-defining heads, inflection morphemes, and definite articles, all...

  19. Imagining Convivial Multilingualism: Practices, Ideologies And Strategies In Diidxaz�/ Isthmus Zapotec Indigenous Language Education

    De Korne, Haley
    This study documents practices relating to the use of Isthmus Zapotec or Diidxaz�, an Indigenous language of Oaxaca, Mexico, in formal and non-formal education. Drawing on ethnographic monitoring and ethnography of language policy methodologies, I document, interpret, and ultimately engage in Isthmus Zapotec education with the aim of countering social inequalities produced through language hierarchies. Within the historical and socio-political context of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec where Isthmus Zapotec is spoken, I describe and categorize the actors, practices, and socio-political processes that currently constitute the educational language ecology. I draw on participant observation, interviews, photographs and documents collected during 17 months...

  20. Crowded Voice: Speech, Music And Community In Milan, 1955-1974

    Casadei, Delia
    This thesis explores the relationship of voice, language, and politics in Italian musical history. I do this through a double geographical and chronological lens: first, the city of Milan, a powerful political and cultural interface between Italy and Central Europe; secondly, the years 1955-1974, key decades in the constitution of Italy’s first democratic government and years of vertiginous anthropological changes across the peninsula.Across the four chapters of my thesis, I sketch a heterogeneous and thickly populated network of musical activities—ranging from high-modernist tape music to opera, neofolk records, to pop hits. I argue the musical production for voice of this...

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