Thematic Symposium

Sociolinguistic perceptions and assessments: new methods and questions

Thiago Laurentino de Oliveira (UFRJ); Livia Oushiro (Unicamp)

Communications

11/26/2019 - 5:00 pm to 6:10 pm

  • The Gentrification of Retroflex (-r) - Ronald Beline Mendes (USP)

  • Speaker’s perception regarding the alveolar multiple vibrant in syllable onset in Porto Alegre-RS and the maintenance of social type "gaúcho" - Raquel da Costa Corrêa (UFRGS)

  • Design of a sociolinguistic experiment on perception of sexuality and gender - Marcus Garcia de Sene (UNESP)

  • Opening the ears and broadening perceptions: the contribution of different social groups to the construction of the social meaning of variation - Marcelo Alexandre Silva Lopes de Melo (UFRJ)

 

11/27/2019 - 5:00 pm to 6:10 pm

  • The stereotype of rotacism and emotional reactions: an experimental study - Paloma Batista Cardoso (UFS), Bruno Felipe Marques Pinheiro (UFS), Lucas Santos Silva (UFS), Victor Rene Andrade Souza (UFS)

  • Sociolinguistic perceptions, social meanings and the variation “ter” and “haver” in existential sentences - Elyne Giselle de Santana Lima Aguiar Vitório (UFAL)

  • An experimental analysis of the treatment forms in PE - Célia Regina dos Santos Lopes (UFRJ)

  • A mixed-methods analysis of sociolinguistic evaluations: Investigating German high school student's attitudes toward different varieties of English - Philipp Meer (University of Muenster, Germany)

Sociolinguistics and Dialectology: New Approaches to Research and Teaching

Josane Moreira de Oliveira (UEFS/UFBA); Clézio Roberto Gonçalves (UFOP/UFBA); Jacyra Andrade Mota (UFBA/CNPq)

Communications

11/26/2019 - 5:00 pm to 6:10 pm

  • Limitations and challenges of geo-linguistic research - Jacyra Andrade Mota (UFBA); Marcela Moura Torres Paim (UFBA)

  • Studies on beliefs and attitudes in ALIB data: challenges and methodological perspectives - Vanderci de Andrade Aguilera (UEL);Fabiane Cristina Altino (UEL)

  • Preservation of local languages: Portuguese interference in the sociolinguistic context of Timor-Leste - Lucimar França dos Santos Souza (IF-GO)

  • LANGUAGE VARIATION AND CHANGE: perceptions of Portuguese-language teachers regarding the teaching of sociolinguistic phenomena and the fight against linguistic prejudice - Diogo de Campos Alves (UFG); Vanessa Regina Duarte Xavier (UFG)

 

11/27/2019 - 5:00 pm to 6:10 pm

  • Nominal agreement and identification of stylistic effects in Labovian and non-Labovian terms - Juliana Rangel Scardua (UFES)

  • Stylistic variation in nominal number agreement: identity and methodological perspectives - Elaine Cristina Borges and Souza (UFES)

  • How to capture variants with strong interactional component? The protagonism of the Brazilian tu - Maria Marta Pereira Scherre (UFES / UnB); Carolina Queiroz Andrade (UniProjection); Cibelle Corrêa Béliche Alves (UFMA)

  • O / r / retroflex: a case of linguistic identity: Valter Pereira Romano (UFLA); Helen Cristina da Silva (IFMTS)

Languages, contacts and borders

Letícia Rebollo Couto (UFRJ); Thomas Daniel Finbow (USP); Mônica Guimarães Savedra (UFF)

Communications

11/26/2019 - 5:00 pm to 6:10 pm

  • Sociolinguistic conditions for the reduction of proparoxytones: focus on two African Portuguese varieties - Danielle Kely Gomes (UFRJ)

  • The functions of the speech's resumption of the interlocutor in the bilingual Kaxinawá interactional culture - Beatriz Protti Christino (UFRJ)

  • A sociolinguistic study on L2 Portuguese spoken in Mozambique: linguistic contact and third-person plural agreement - Karen Cristina da Silva Pissurno (UFRJ)

  • A look at the treatment given to the Ticuna language in the technological mediation teaching process - Edilani Ribeiro de Oliveira (UFAM)

 

11/27/2019 - 5:00 pm to 6:10 pm

  • Languages ​​in contact at Triple Border: Argentina Brazil Paraguay, pragmatic and prosodic variation - Natalia dos Santos Figueiredo (UNILA)

  • Linguistic Contact between Fongbe, Portuguese and French in Brazil: ethnography of candomblé terreiros Jeji Maxi (Benin-Africa) - Davidson Martins Viana Alves (UFRJ)

  • Population displacement as a driving force for change in popular Portuguese - Dante Eustachio Lucchesi Raamacciotti (UFF)

  • Bases for an Italian Sociolinguistics: Dante Alighieri and the Choice of an Italian Volgare - Jefferson Evaristo do Nascimento Silva (UFRJ / UERJ / IFF)

Ensinar e divulgar variação linguística – duas competências de um sociolinguista para o século XXI

Ricardo Joseh Lima (UERJ); Gilson Costa Freire (UFRRJ)

Comunicações

26.11.2019 – 17h às 18h10min

  • Concepções de língua e variação linguistic na formação de professors dos anos iniciais – Diego da Silva Vargas (UNIRIO); Marina Costa Villela Martins (UFRJ)

  • ‘Seramagipepá’: Documentação linguística para combater o preconceito – Celeste Maria da Rocha Ribeiro (UNIFAP)

  • Caiu na rede é meme: como a aplicação de uma proposta didática aliando a sociolinguística e o gênero textual meme corroborou para o ensino e a divulgação de variação linguística – Mônica de Azevedo Rodrigues Paulo de Carvalho (UERJ); Maria Hermínia Cordeiro Vieira (UERJ)

 

27.11.2019 – 17h às 18h10min

  • Nem te conto: o uso do gênero narrativo conto para divulgação sociolinguística – Leonardo Ortolane Menezes (UERJ)

  • “Senta que lá vem história”: o texto narrativo como forma de divulgação do tema Preconceito Linguístico – Thayane Antunes Siqueira (UERJ)

  • Da fala para a escrita: preenchimento e apagamento do sujeito em textos de alunos do 6º ano do Ensino Fundamental – Keittimere Aparecida Justino (UFRRJ)

The future of sociolinguistic databases in Brazil
Raquel Meister Ko. Freitag (UFS); Sandro Marcio Drumond Alves Marengo (UFS)

Communications

26.11.2019 and 27.11.2019 - 17h to 18h10min

  • The NURC Digital Project - Miguel Oliveira Jr. (UFAL)

  • The Varsul Database (Linguistic Variation in Southern Brazil): Trajectory and Perspectives - Cláudia Regina Brescancini (PUCRS); Valéria de Oliveira Monaretto (UFGRS)

  • The collection of sociolinguistic interviews LinguPOA: constitution, possibilities and challenges - Elisa Battisti (UFRGS)

  • From construction to integration: the path of Sergipe's historical Portuguese digital database - Sandro Marcío Drumond Alves Marengo (UFS)

  • Project Description of Portuguese Oral Cult of Fortaleza - PORCUFORT - Aluiza Alves de Araújo (UECE)

  • The Linguistic Atlas of Brazil database: state of the art and future perspectives - Josane Moreira de Oliveira (UEFS / UFBA)

  • Legal tutelage of linguistic diversity in Brazil: the construction of the language rights paradigm in the contemporary scenario of “new rights” - Ricardo Nascimento Abreu (UFS)

  • The importance of sociolinguistic documentation in Afro-Brazilian rural communities for the study of socio-historical formation of Brazilian Portuguese - Silvana Silva de Farias Araujo (UEFS)

  • Reflecting on the criteria for the constitution of sociolinguistic databases - Norma Lucia Fernandes de Almeida (UEFS)

  • The PORTAL project: 'Linguistic Variation in Alagoas - Alan Jardel de Oliveira (UFAL)

Synchronic Diachronic Studies
Rosane de Andrade Berlinck (UNESP – Araraquara/ CNPq); Izete Lehmkuhl Coelho (UFSC/CNPq); Maria Eugenia L. Duarte (UFRJ/CNPq)

Communications

11/26/2019 - 5:00 pm to 6:10 pm

  • The trajectory of topicalization and left displacement constructions in Brazilian and European Portuguese - Mônica Tavares Orsini (UFRJ)

  • The dynamics of change towards procclysis in the neutral context [XP]cl-V in 19th century Brazilian writing - Marco Antonio Martins (UFSC)

  • Third-person anaphoric direct object in Turma da Monica magazines: a real-time analysis between 1970 and 2000 magazines - Carolina Amorim Zanellato (UFES)

  • The representation of the anaphoric accusative and dative in letters from Brazilians of the 1930s - Gabriel Guimarães Peixoto da Silva (UFRJ)


11/27/2019 - 5:00 pm to 6:10 pm

  • Contexts of resistance to existential sentences in BP: the verbal tense and semantic feature of the internal argument - Juliana Marins (UFRJ)

  • On morphosyntactic aspects in Portuguese diachrony - Márcia Cristina de Brito Rumeu (UFMG); Dinah Callou (UFRJ)

  • VS Restricted Order and Partial Null Subject: Testing the Kato Hypothesis (2000) in Nineteenth and 20th Century Brazilian Personal Letters - Silvia Regina de Oliveira Cavalcante (UFRJ)

  • Subject's informational status and constituent order: a diachronic study - Anna Lyssa of N. Donato Machado (UFRJ); Anna Beatriz C. de Melo da Cruz (UFRJ)

The social and the cognitive
Ma. Jussara Abraçado (UFF); Paulo Duque (UFRN)

Communications

26.11.2019 and 27.11.2019 - 17h to 18h10min

  • Construction with verbal predicator TD + SE in cultured Brazilian Portuguese writing: an analysis of its use in contexts of indetermination and impersonalization - Eneile Santos Saraiva (UFRJ)

  • The expression of obligation and the cognitive processes involved in the use of constructions “have to”, “must” and “need” - Tarsila Machado Pinto (UFES)

  • Articulation in space under the influence of performance language - Raísa de Araujo Dias (UPM)

  • Relationship between modality, futureness and conceptualization of reality: projection of futureness in deontic/evaluative subjective constructions - Nilza Barroso Dias (UFF); Ma. Jussara Abraçado (UFF)


26.11.2019 and 27.11.2019 - 5:00 pm to 6:10 pm

  • A constructionist and functional-cognitive approach to complex predicates with support verb “give”: variation and change - Pâmela Fagundes Travassos (UFRJ)

  • Teaching Linguistic Variation in the Context of Portuguese Foreign Language: When European Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese Meet - Carla Valéria de Souza Faria (University Ca 'Foscari di Venezia) and Vanessa Ribeiro Castagna (Università Ca' Foscari Venezia) 

  • How Cognitive Forces and Social Forces Interact to License Linguistic Variation - Marcia dos Santos Machado Vieira (UFRJ)

Sociolinguistics and scientific literacy: contributions to Portuguese language teaching in Basic Education

Talita de Cássia Marine (UFU); Juliana Bertucci Barbosa (UFTM-Uberaba); Wagner Rodrigues Silva (UFT)

Communications

26.11.2019 and 27.11.2019 - 17h to 18h10min

  • Contributions of Educational Sociolinguistics to the supervised internship: sharing experiences on surveying through cultural practices in Recôncavo Baiano - Sabrina Rodrigues Garcia Balsalobre (UNILAB)

  • Contributions of scientific literacy to grammar teaching: an analysis from sociolinguistics - Aylizara Pinheiro dos Reis (UFT)

  • Sociolinguistic awareness in the teaching of Portuguese: a class proposal with Whatsapp conversations - Andrei Ferreira de Carvalhaes Pinheiro (UFRJ)

  • Approach to scientific education in Applied Linguistics - Wagner Rodrigues Silva (UFT / CNPq)

  • Spelling deviations and their relationship with linguistic variation: contributions to Portuguese language teaching - Fabiana Pinto Moreira (UFMT)

  • Regency variation of the verbs "watch" and "implicate": an interface between variation and teaching - Débora de Freitas Dias (UFF)

  • Sociolinguistics and scientific literacy: contributions to the continuing education of the Portuguese language teacher of Basic Education - Talita de Cássia Marine (UFU)

  • Pronouns teaching: a sociolinguistic approach - Simone Azevedo Floripi (UFU); Giovani Fama (UFU)

  • Dialogues between sociolinguistics and grammar: a proposal of activities - Ailly Cristina Murta (UFRJ)

  • Knowing the sociolinguistic formation of Portuguese-speaking elementary school teachers: a study with master's students from a PROFLETRAS unit - Juliana Bertucci Barbosa - (UFTM)

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