A dimensão interpessoal da linguagem na variação e na gramaticalização

Edair Maria Görski, Carla Regina Martins Valle

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Discutimos o lugar destinado à dimensão interpessoal e aos interlocutores na Sociolinguística Variacionista e na Gramaticalização; e questões metodológicas envolvidas nas duas abordagens.  Destaca-se que, enquanto a sociolinguística laboviana privilegia fatores de estratificação social do falante (em detrimento ao ouvinte), em razão do caráter quantitativo de suas análises, a abordagem funcionalista de gramaticalização como expansão considera a interação falante-ouvinte como motivação para a mudança. Do ponto de vista analítico, são apresentados dois artefatos metodológicos voltados à dimensão interpessoal, e aplicados a um fenômeno em variação e gramaticalização.    


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