TITLE

JOGOS DE PRONOMES, MARCADORES LINGUÍSTICOS E MOVIMENTO DISCURSIVO NO DIÁLOGO ENTRE UMA CRIANÇA E SEUS PAIS: MANIFESTAÇÃO DA SUBJETIVIDADE LINGUAGEIRA?

AUTHOR(S)
Del Ré, Alessandra
PUB. DATE
December 2010
SOURCE
Alfa: Revista de Lingüística;2010, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p405
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This paper is aimed at establishing the relationship between the ways a child employs to designate himself in his utterances, making use of markers such as pronouns, verbs etc., and the process of expressing this subjectivity, discussing whether (and to what extent) these evidences are sufficient -- or not -- to reflect this process. To this end, we structure this article based on a communicative and discursive conception (FRANÇOIS, 1994), which considers, on one hand, that the subject constitutes himself in his own speech through a series of enchained utterances and the movements of meaning brought about by these enchainments, and, on the other hand, that this subject can be "recovered" by means of a construction elaborated by a interpreter/receiver. The data used in this paper belong to A., and were recorded between 20 and 33 months of age (longitudinal study) in daily parent-child interactions, such as mealtimes, bath, etc. Results confirm our hypothesis that to study this process of language acquisition, it does not suffice observing only the grammatical categories generated by children, since there are other evidences indicative of the process, such as opposing attitudes when the child negates, showing his (discursive) desire, or the type of (non-verbal) intonation used by the child.
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74561723

 

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