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Lingüística del castellano chileno / Chilean Spanish Linguistics: Estudios sobre variación, innovación, contacto e identidad / Studies on variation, i (Language and Linguistics) (Hardcover)

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Lingüística del castellano chileno / Chilean Spanish Linguistics: Estudios sobre variación, innovación, contacto e identidad / Studies on variation, i (Language and Linguistics) Cover Image
By Brandon M. a. Rogers (Editor), Carol A. Klee (Preface by), Mauricio A. Figueroa Candia (Editor)
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Ya desde el siglo XIX, el castellano chileno gener inter's en ling istas como Lenz (1891), quien lo aclam como un geolecto din mico y en constante evoluci n. M's recientemente, un grupo importante de ling istas contempor neos ha indicado que existe una gran cantidad de diferencias entre el castellano de Chile y otras variedades en varios frentes ling sticos; tanto es as que deber a considerarse como una zona dialectal independiente en el mundo hispanohablante. Su inter's como caso pr ctico se ve reforzado por la incongruencia del grado particularmente alto de variaci n social y el menor grado de su variaci n geogr fica.


Ling stica del castellano chileno: Estudios sobre variaci n, innovaci n, contacto e identidad es el primer volumen de su tipo, y re ne el trabajo de un grupo diverso e internacional de investigadores e investigadoras del castellano de Chile. Mediante el uso de m todos, teorizaciones y an lisis ling sticos actuales, este volumen examina c mo el uso, la variaci n, las actitudes, la identidad y el cambio ling stico se manifiestan de manera nica en diferentes aspectos del castellano chileno y sus hablantes. Este volumen, que acerca el trabajo m's actual sobre la ling stica espa ola de Chile a la vanguardia del campo, constituye un recurso valioso para aquellos involucrados en la investigaci n y la ense anza de la ling stica, la variaci n y el cambio ling stico del castellano, as como para estudiantes de grado y posgrado.



As early as the 19th century, Chilean Spanish attracted the interest of linguists such as Lenz (1891), who hailed it as an evolving and vibrant variety. In more recent times, a number of contemporary linguists have indicated that such a variety of differences exist between Chilean Spanish and other varieties on a number of linguistic fronts, that it should be considered as an independent dialectal zone in the Spanish-speaking world. Its interest as a case study is reinforced further by the incongruence of the particularly high degree of social variation and the small degree of geographical variation.


Chilean Spanish Linguistics: Studies on variation, innovation, contact, and identity is the first of its kind, bringing together the work of a diverse and international group of researchers on Chilean Spanish. Through the use of current linguistic methods, theorization, and analyses, this volume examines how language usage, variation, attitudes, identity, and change are uniquely manifested in different aspects of Chilean Spanish and its speakers. Bringing the most current work on Chilean Spanish linguistics to the forefront of the field, this volume will be a valuable resource to all involved in the research and teaching of Spanish language linguistics, language variation, and change, as well as undergraduate and graduate students alike.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781622736010
ISBN-10: 162273601X
Publisher: Vernon Press
Publication Date: April 21st, 2021
Pages: 592
Language: Multiple Languages
Series: Language and Linguistics