Introducción a la Sociolingüística

Introducción a la Sociolingüística

Introduccin Introduccin aa la la Sociolingstica Sociolingstica La sociolingstica es .

Una rama de la lingstica que estudia todos los aspectos de la relacin entre el lenguaje y la sociedad. David Crystal La sociolingstica es .

LENGUAJE sociolingstica SOCIEDAD El lenguaje es ... Un medio sistemtico para comunicar ideas o sentimientos a travs de signos convencionales, sonidos, gestos o

ademanes, con significado comprensible. Diccionario Webster La sociedad es ... Un grupo social que perdura y coopera, cuyos miembros han desarrollado pautas relacionales organizadas, a travs de la interaccin mutua, con tradiciones en comn, instituciones,

actividades e intereses colectivos. Diccionario Webster Enfoques de la sociolingstica Hay dos formas principales de enfocar el estudio de las relaciones entre lengua y sociedad: 1. La sociolingstica que se enfoca en lo lingstico

y su principal exponente es Labov. 2. La sociologa del lenguaje que atiende ms a lo sociolgico y su principal exponente es Fishman. Para qu estudiar sociolingstica? Para entender cmo funciona

el lenguaje Por qu estudiar sociolingstica? La lengua debe estudiarse dentro del contexto social, a fin de ver el panorama completo, porque la gente difiere, porque el cambio es inevitable y

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