Fundamentos y modelos del estudio pragmático y sociopragmático del español

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400 pp., 7 x 10
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ISBN: 9781589019362 (1589019369)

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ISBN: 9781589019379


January 2013
LC: 2012007850

Georgetown Studies in Spanish Linguistics series
Fundamentos y modelos del estudio pragmático y sociopragmático del español
Susana de los Heros and Mercedes Niño-Murcia, Editors

This rich textbook provides a comprehensive introduction to the principal concepts and thematic areas of Spanish pragmatics. It is aimed at advanced students of Spanish—upper-level undergraduates and beginning graduate students—who need to hone their language skills for contextually sensitive use of the language.

Written entirely in Spanish, with Spanish examples, this volume introduces basic pragmatics, methods of analysis, and new thematic areas such as language and the press and globalization. Theoretical explanations combine with practical exercises in each chapter to help students master the subtleties of language use.


Susana de los Heros is professor of Hispanic studies at the University of Rhode Island.

Mercedes Niño-Murcia is professor of Hispanic linguistics at the University of Iowa.


John M. Lipski, Series Editor
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"This book is a unique resource for undergraduate and graduate students of Spanish linguistics. Covering fifteen important topics in the realm of sociopragmatics, each one written in Spanish by a specialist in the field and each providing a wealth of textual material intended for student analysis and reflection, this edited volume will surely engage its readers through its lively format and content and at the same time will demonstrate to its readership the theoretical richness and methodological diversity that characterize this field."—Susan Berk-Seligson, professor of Spanish linguistics, Vanderbilt University

Table of Contents
Introducción

Parte I: Nociones básicas del estudio pragmático

1. Semántica y pragmática: El significado de las palabras vs. el significado del hablante
Sarah E. Blackwell

2. Decir y dar a entender: El proceso inferencial en la comunicación
Gonzalo Martínez Camino

Parte II: Métodos de análisis

3. Actos de habla
César Félix-Brasdefer

4. Cortesía lingüística y comunicativa
Diana Bravo

5. Análisis de la conversación
Dale A. Koike y Memoria C. James

6. Análisis del discurso
Holly R. Cashman

7. El análisis crítico del discurso
Virginia Zavala

Parte III: Lengua y poder

8. Lengua y género
Susana de los Heros

9. Variación lingüística, redes y clase social
María Isabel González-Cruz

10. Lengua y política
José Luis Blas Arroyo

11. Lengua e identidad
Anna María Escobar, María del Puy Ciriza, y Claudia Holguín-Mendoza

12. Lengua e inmigración
Isabel Bustamente-López

13. Lengua y educación
Ana Isabel García Tesoro

Parte IV: Lengua y comunicacion

14. Lengua y periodismo
Nieves Hernández Flores

15. Lengua y globalización
Mercedes Niño-Murcia

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