Questões correntes na pragmática social

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  • Jacob L. Mey University of Southern Denmark

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26512/les.v11i1.9762

Palavras-chave:

Pragmática social; Consciência linguística; Gênero e linguagem; Línguas ameaçadas de extinção; ‘Conscienticização’; Pragmática antecipatória; Ecologia da linguagem.

Resumo

O ensaio defende a necessidade de uma renovada consciência do ser humano no uso da linguagem: uma ecologia humana da linguagem, como se poderia chamá-lo. O rótulo “social” destina-se a captar o fato de que o usuário humano é central em todos os aspectos das políticas de língua, nos esforços para salvar as línguas em perigo e aumentar a conscientização da linguagem (‘conscienticização), no que concerne às questões de linguagem e gênero, abuso de linguagem, e assim por diante. Argumenta-se ainda que o uso da linguagem emancipatória deve incorporar um aspecto antecipatório, pelo que se apresenta e pelos efeitos previsíveis das políticas lingüísticas que são colocados dentro das situações da vida real dos usuários. (são discutidos dois casos reais, um do Brasil e outro da Índia,).

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Biografia do Autor

Jacob L. Mey, University of Southern Denmark

Professor Emeritus of Linguistics at the University of Southern Denmark.

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2010-11-12

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Mey, J. L. (2010). Questões correntes na pragmática social. Cadernos De Linguagem E Sociedade, 11(1), 195–218. https://doi.org/10.26512/les.v11i1.9762

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