Las actitudes lingüísticas de los hablantes mexicanos en la Ciudad de México y área metropolitana
AuthorGarcía Pérez, Omar
“The linguistic attitudes of Mexican speakers in Mexico City and the metropolitan area” The objective of this thesis is to find out the linguistic attitudes that exist in Mexico City and its metropolitan area. In contrast to other studies of linguistic attitudes, which tend to focus on only one aspect, here I have tried to consider three fundamental axes with the intention of obtaining a description as comprehensive as possible. These axes are: (i) the attitudes with respect to the varieties internal to Mexico, specifically concentrated in those that differ in Mexico City and its metropolitan area (ii) attitudes regarding the opposition between Spanish and other languages of the interior of the country, specifically the indigenous/native languages (iii) attitudes regarding the relationship between Mexican Spanish, considered globally, and another variety of Spanish, but from another country. The structure of this paper is as follows. In chapter 2, I will explain the theoretical background of the research: both the general questions about linguistic attitudes and the aspects that are specific to Mexico and necessary to understand this research. In chapter 3 I will discuss the methodology used: I will explain how the data have been obtained and how I have designed the questions that have been presented to the speakers. In section 4 I will discuss the data obtained in the questions of the survey, divided into the three blocks that were presented above, and finally in chapter 5 I will present the conclusions of the work Respecfully, Omar García Pérez
PublisherUiT Norges arktiske universitet
UiT The Arctic University of Norway
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