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Estudios filológicos

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BLAS ARROYO, José Luis. The attitudes towards intradialect variation in hispanic sociolinguistics. Estud. filol. [online]. 1999, n.34, pp.47-72. ISSN 0071-1713.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0071-17131999003400005.

The paper represents a bibliographical essay on the main research undertaken in on linguistic attitudes Hispanic Sociolinguistics. The diversity and dispersion of the sources on a topic so relevant for the study of languages invites to a critical synthesis effort, to give an account of the principal efforts accomplished in this area in the last three decades. With all, this same diversity imposes a restriction on the study to the researches based on the Spanish internal variation, postponing the analysis of the not less important area of the attitudes toward Bilingualism. Delimited the object of study, the author examines closely various aspects related to linguistic attitudes, from methodology employed (matched-guise, the use of questionnaires, etc.) to the evaluation of the main correlations observed in the bibliography with extra-linguistic variables as sex, age, social class, etc.

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