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ISSN (Online) 2675-4916
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  • Phonetic phenomena and composition of verbs and names

    • Authors: Leonardo Ferreira Kaltner, Melyssa Cardozo Silva dos Santos
      Abstract: This article is derived from a conference given online in the 2021 edition of Linguistweets – International Conference on Linguistics on Twitter, promoted by the Brazilian Association of Linguistics (Abralin). Our topic of debate is the Art of grammar of the most used language on the coast of Brazil (ANCHIETA, 1595), whose author is the missionary and humanist S. José de Anchieta, SJ (1534-1597). In the article, we divided our reflections on Anchieta's linguistic thought into three parts, analyzing, in the first two, external elements, related to the theoretical-cultural contextualization of his life and work, through the Historiography of Linguistics and Missionary Linguistics (ZWARTJES, 2011), in addition to Ecolinguistics, in an interdisciplinary perspective (COUTO, 2007). In the third part, we analyze internal elements in the description of linguistic facts of grammar and the linguistic thought of the missionary and humanist. For the internal analysis, we selected the sixth paragraph of the work, which is in the first chapter Das Letras (ANCHIETA, 1595, 1, 6).
      PubDate: 2022-04-06
      DOI: 10.25189/2675-4916.2022.v3.n1.id634
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Metaphorical constructions in the child's narrative

    • Authors: Gabriela Golembieski
      Abstract:  In this work, we seek to describe how metaphors, conceived as “analogical transferences of denominations” (cf. BENVENISTE, 1963), are established in the displacements performed by the child in language. The theoretical-methodological bias is based on the enunciative acquisition perspective (SILVA, 2009), which is based on Benvenistian principles. In this article, the theme is illustrated with data from a 5-year-old child. The objective is to describe how the “analogical transferences of denominations” are established in the displacements carried out by the child in language. Metaphor is understood as an arrangement of forms and meanings established in the speaker's use of language in a given enunciative situation and in the intersubjective relationship with the other in the enunciation. In the experiences with the other, in the culture of the society to which they belong, the child experiences the power of meaning arising from the symbolic property of language, which allows him to establish analogies between forms and meanings of language and to mobilize, in the discourse, new jobs for words and expressions of the language.
      PubDate: 2022-04-06
      DOI: 10.25189/2675-4916.2022.v3.n1.id619
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • The role of style in the use of postvocalic /S/ in a recontact sample

    • Authors: Pedro Felipe de Lima Henrique, André Wesley Dantas de Amorim, Dermeval da Hora
      Abstract: This study presents an investigation on the effect of style, under the Labovian perspective (LABOV, 1966, 1972, 2001), on the behavior of coronal fricatives in the internal and external-word coda positions in the recordings of six speakers from Paraíba. These recorings were collected in 2015 by the Linguistic Variation Project in the State of Paraíba – VALPB (HORA, 1993) – to compose a panel-type real-time sample (LABOV, 2001). Still in progress, this study aimed to investigate (i) whether in the recontact interviews, the six speakers present the same patterns of use identified in the community by the studies by Hora (2003) and Ribeiro (2006), (ii) whether there are differences in the use of forms between recordings, considering the productions in the context of the interview, phonetic inquiry and reading; and (iii) whether there is any evidence that the favoring contexts for the palatalization rule have expanded beyond the occlusives /t/ and /d/. Our preliminary analysis suggests that, on the whole, the informants presented similar a pattern to that of their community in the 20-year interval, the “phonetic inquiry” style restricted the use of the palatal variant in certain contexts, corroborating Labov's hypothesis (1994), and other segments other than /t/ and /d/ proved to favor the palatalization process.
      PubDate: 2022-03-25
      DOI: 10.25189/2675-4916.2022.v3.n1.id621
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Preregistration of studies in experimental linguistics

    • Authors: Pedro Ricardo Bin, Mailce Borges Mota
      Abstract: Linguistics and its subareas present different methodologies to investigate the human language capacity. On that note, linguists have devoted efforts to comprehend how the area can improve rigor in its investigations and robustness of its results considering the propositions of open science. Open science emerges in the context of trust and reproducibility crisis of the scientific enterprise. This context has fostered debates in the scientific community with the objective of solving the trust crisis and adopting scientific practices that improve studies reproducibility. One example of practice to improve reproducibility in research is preregistration. Our objectives in this paper are (i) to discuss how preregistration emerges in the open science scenario, (ii) to present what is a preregistration and to explain why it should be done, (iii) to suggest how it can be done, and, finally, (iv) to argue how this practice can improve rigor and reproducibility of research in experimental linguistics.
      PubDate: 2022-03-23
      DOI: 10.25189/2675-4916.2022.v3.n1.id616
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Health crisis and symbolic violence

    • Authors: Mariana Jantsch de Souza
      Abstract: In this text, we present a reading of the discursive practices of the President of the Federative Republic of Brazil produced in the context of the health crisis resulting from the new Coronavirus, experienced globally since March 2020, as decreed by the World Health Organization. mainstay of M. Pêcheux's Theory of Discourse, Discourse Analysis, with an articulation with the field of Law, aiming to understand the Presidency of the Republic as a place of exercise of power, from the political-legal regulation and injunction. In this perspective, the President's words are analyzed in relation to fundamental rights, the way they are meant in this discourse with regard to public health issues that emerge in these production conditions. In this panorama, we can understand that the discourse under analysis reveals a movement of destructuring of the aforementioned injunctions that regulate the institutional place of speech of the Presidency of the Republic, its function and social and institutional role before Brazilians - revealing a distortion of them and a violent exercise of power.
      PubDate: 2022-03-23
      DOI: 10.25189/2675-4916.2022.v3.n1.id628
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1 (2022)
       
 
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