A recepção do Curso de Linguística Geral nos manuais de linguística brasileiros: um acontecimento discursivo
Ruiz, Marco Antonio Almeida
MetadataShow full item record
The 1940s is marked by a significant interest in the history of the portuguese language providing for themselves the moment of eruption of the Brazilian linguistic. Although there were already before this period of study, many studies seeking to understand and investigate the language in Brazil especially from the viewpoints grammatical, historical and dialetological and textual criticism, is the publication of Principles of General Linguistics in 1941, of Joaquim Mattoso Câmara Jr., a paradigm shift was seen in the Brazilian language of history and its moment of eruption in this scenario. This work would, strictly speaking, the transition between a traditional linguistic and modern (structural). Over the past few years, such studies in Brazil have grown a lot, we can say that came out of complete anonymity with Mattoso of pioneering work and they arrived, in 2015, as one of the most prolific Brazilian science, given the large number of presentations and publications work relevant events and magazines in the area in Brazil and abroad. The Brazilian linguistic also has little research, especially in the context of discourse studies, seeking to explain the history. Thus, this final work, we aim to investigate the event of reception Course of General Linguistics (CLG) in three Brazilian linguistics manuals: Princípios de Linguística Geral, of Mattoso Câmara Jr.; Fundamentos da Linguística Contemporânea, of Edward Lopes and; finally, Para Compreender Saussure, of Castelar de Carvalho, considering as an object of reflection the concepts of language and speech. Therefore, we anchor our work in theoretical and methodological assumptions of the french orientation of Discourse Analysis. We mobilized, more specifically, the contributions of Jacques Guilhaumou (2009) with respect to event concepts and discursive event of the narrative. We attend a corpus consisting of linguistic manuals published in Brazil from the forties of the last century, seeking to explain and / or didactic of the CLG. We seek to investigate the role that such textbooks assume from the interpretation of the reading of Saussure's Course, contributing in this way to a discursive elucidation of historical paths, beside, how they pass or passed the linguistic practiced in Brazil, as well as analyze the different effects directions created from different narratives produced.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Camolese, Mariana Ribeiro de Carvalho (Universidade Federal de São Carlos, UFSCar, Programa de Pós-Graduação em Linguística - PPGL, , 25/02/2010)It is possible that the written language is influenced by words and/or expressions as well as graphic or semiotic elements, which are present in interactions in virtual environments (relationship sites, instant chats, ...
Beck, Daniel Emilio; http://lattes.cnpq.br/0876169547835331 (Universidade Federal de São Carlos, UFSCar, Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ciência da Computação - PPGCC, , 19/06/2012)Machine Translation (MT) is one of the classic Natural Language Processing (NLP) applications. The state-of-the-art in MT is represented by statistical methods that aim to learn all necessary linguistic knowledge automatically ...
Bazzon, Solange Cristina Maida; http://lattes.cnpq.br/3722453885049927 (Universidade Federal de São Carlos, UFSCar, Programa de Pós-Graduação em Linguística - PPGL, , 24/04/2009)The rubber industry is a sector that contributes significantly with the national economy due to the fact that it is part of a wide range of products. Therefore, we verified the need of a terminological systematization in ...