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Title: La Lengua Española de España Y America Latina
Subtitle: Sobre la Variabilidad Linguistica
Written By: Gueorguii V. Stepánov
Series Title: LINCOM Studies in Romance Linguistics 42
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Introducción
El estudio del español de América
El español de América a la luz de las condiciones generales e históricas concretas de la variación lingüística
La estratificación social del español de América y el problema de los tipos de variación
Los americanismos en el sistema del español estandartisado
Fonética
Léxico
Fonnación de palabras
Referencias bibliográficas en lengua rusa
Referencias bibliográficas en lenguas extranjeras
Fuentes y abreviaturas

Georguii Vladimírovich Stepánov (09.04.1919- 28.10.1986) fue un eminente investigador ruso, un gran especialista en filología románica, lingüística general y crítica literaria, autor de cerca de 200 trabajos publicados (entre los cuales hay 6 monografías), donde se estudian la variabilidad lingüística, estructura de la lengua, tipología de las lenguas románicas, teoría de las lenguas literarias, sociolingüística, poética, estilística e historia de la literatura.

La obra de G.V Stepánov está estrechamente ligada al desarrollo de la hispanística y de los estudios latinoamericanos en la Unión Soviética desde diferentes puntos de vista. Sus trabajos en estos ámbitos constituyeron la base de posteriores investigaciones teóricas sobre la variación lingüística, sociolingüística y poética.

Publication Year: 2004
Publisher: Lincom GmbH
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Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation
Subject Language(s): Spanish
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Format: Paperback
ISBN: 3895868272
ISBN-13: N/A
Pages: 280
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