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Boletín de filología

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SANTANA MARRERO, Juana. Seseo, ceceo and distinction in the high sociolect of Sevilla city: new data from PRESEEA. Boletín de Filología [online]. 2016, vol.51, n.2, pp.255-280. ISSN 0718-9303.

The phonemes /s/ and /θ/ at the beginning of syllable position present a wide diversity of performances in the Spanish spoken in Andalusia. Sociolinguistic researches conducted so far on urban areas show that such distribution is conditioned by the social characteristics of speakers: age, sex and socio-cultural level. With respect to Seville city, previous studies on recordings of the seventies showed a tendency to follow the local prestige seseante model in coexistence with distinction s/θ, this one less representative. The analysis developed here is based on PRESEEA materials from Sevillian high sociolect, including recent recordings of semi-structured surveys recollected between 2009 and 2015. The results achieved reveal the progress of etymological solution, mainly in the first generation and females, at the expense of vernacular variant seseante. Rates of hesitation between the two pronunciations in one speaker were mainly found in the third generation. It is also studied three factors that may have influenced the choice of one or another: the immediate context in which the phonemes appear (single or double), the repetition of the same word and their occurrence inside proper nouns.

Palavras-chave : Pronunciation; Seville; high sociolect; Sociolinguistics; PRESEEA.

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