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Negociación y modalización de la intersubjetividad en el diálogo esponáneo
Stockholm University, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies, Department of Spanish.
2007 (Spanish; Castilian)In: Quaderns de Filologia de la Universitat de València Estudis Linguistics, ISSN 1135-4178, Vol. XII, 231-252 p.Article in journal (Refereed) Published
Abstract [en]

Basic conversational phenomena such as feed-back, back-channeling, minimal responses and uptakers deserve being treated as specific mechanisms of one and the same dialogic process, which will be termed intersubjectivity management, or the negotiation of shared understanding. This process is regulated by means of discourse markers, a category which should not be seen in its capacity of verbal signalling only; on the contrary, multimodality seems to the prevailing mode, and intonation plays a sometimes decisive part. In this study, intersubjectivity markers are viewed from the perspective of discourse modalization, where a scale of six modal degrees is claimed to be operative: three positive and three negative. The analysis is based on natural data from several Spanish-speaking regions and represents various spoken genres and activity types. A brief discussion will address the question to what extent and in which sense speech genre has a bearing on the usage of intersubjectivity markers.

Abstract [es]

El conjunto de fenómenos que en diversos trabajos han sido tratado bajo rúbricas como "retroalimentación", "respuestas mínimas" y "apéndices comprobativos" deben ser vistos como diversos aspectos de un proceso dialogal fundamental que podría ser denominado negociación de la intersubjetividad. Este proceso va regulado por marcadores de bajo relieve que constituyen un subconjunto de la categoría de los marcadores del discurso. Hay fuertes motivos para describir estos elementos regulativos, no en su función de señales verbales sino como expresiones multimodales en las que la entonación desempeña un papel a veces decisivo. Este estudio se propone considerar las marcas de intersubjetividad desde una perspectiva de modalización discursiva, según una escala de seis grados modales, tres positivos y tres negativos. El análisis se basa en ejemplos provenientes de diálogos espontáneos de diversas variedades del español. Una breve discusión será dedicada a la cuestión de cómo el factor género discursivo incide en el uso de las marcas.

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València: Facultat de Filologia Universitat de Valéncia , 2007. Vol. XII, 231-252 p.
Keyword [en]
dialogism, intersubjectity, modalization, multimodal expression, speech genre
Keyword [es]
dialogismo, intersubjetividad, modalización, señales multimodales, género discursivo
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URN: urn:nbn:se:su:diva-33767OAI: oai:DiVA.org:su-33767DiVA: diva2:283482
Available from: 2010-01-11 Created: 2009-12-28 Last updated: 2010-01-15Bibliographically approved

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