Volumen 34, Número 1

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    Los determinantes posesivos en español hablado costarricense.
    (2012-08-31 00:00:00) Sánchez Avendaño, Carlos
    In this article the discourse factors that Costa Rican Spanish speakers consider in choosing between the analytical or the syntetical possesives are analized. In addition, others strategies to express possesion in spoken Spanish are shown.
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    Reconstrucción fonológica del pidgin afroportugués americano: La s consonantes.
    (2012-08-31 00:00:00) Portilla Chaves, Mario
    This article provides the proto-conosonant reconstruction of an Afro-Portuguese pidgin spoken in the Americas in the XVII Century according to the principles of the Historical Comparative Method.
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    Análisis del uso de un glosario para la lectura de textos científicos en una lengua extranjera.
    (2012-08-31 00:00:00) Peñate, Marcos; Rodríguez, Alejandro
    One of the basic conditions required for university students to study a subject, using only books written in a foreign language, is that they have an acceptable level of reading. Nevertheless, we have tried to prove that having such a level is not enough and that students need an extra tool: a glossary of the specific terms used in the study area. This paper begins by giving a brief outline of the research carried out into how foreign language students reach an acceptable level of Reading. Then we present a case study made with students of Physical Oceanography at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain), in which we try to prove the advantages of using a glossary of specific terms.
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    La escritura como proceso: metodología para la enseñanza de la expresión escrita en español como segunda lengua.
    (2012-08-31 00:00:00) Madrigal Abarca, Marta
    In this course I will present the results of an investigation into a pedagogical strategy for the teaching of written Spanish to non native students. The outcome of which is focused on the process rather than the product. This methodology is centered on distinct upper level thinking activities used by the writer to compose a text. It takes into account the complete period time, which begins when a circumstance is created which stimulates the idea for the production of the text and all the way through until it is finished. Within the scope of this process the final version of the text or product is demonstrated, but more important is the description and the learning of all the intermediate steps and strategies which can be utilized in the writing. In this way the process includes three stages: the pre-writing phase, first drafts and revisions. There is equal and vital importance given to the roles played by both students and teachers in this process.
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    Cáncer, chabolas y castración: el Madrid de la posguerra en Tiempo de Silencio, de Luis Martín-Santos.
    (2012-08-31 00:00:00) Muñoz, Marianela
    Given three textual elements: mice cancer, life in shanties and castration, a metonymy of the Spanish postwar is constructed in the novel Tiempo de Silencio. The symbolic values of these images assemble a city that determines the failure and the final exclusion of the main character, thus criticizing the environment during Franco's dictatorship.
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    Tópicos y estilos en el epílogo del mensaje presidencial costarricense.
    (2012-08-31 00:00:00) Jara Murillo, Carla Victoria
    In this paper, the epilogues of a corpus of 30 presidential speeches are analyzed in relation to their topics and particular aspects of style. The speeches correspond to the last given to the Congress by each Administration during the period 1902-2008. This article is part of a series of papers (Jara Murillo 2006, 2008, in press) resulting from the research project "Análisis del Discurso Político en Costa Rica: Evolución y Perspectiva" (Instituto de Investigaciones Lingüísticas, 2004-2009).
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    Los límites de la fragmentación del relato en Cruz de Olvido de Carlos Cortés.
    (2012-08-31 00:00:00) Montero Rodríguez, Shirley
    The present work means to establish the theoretical offer of the paratexts as an important tool in the critical approximation to fiction text. For this, the principal paratexts of the novel Cruz de olvido of the Costa Rican writer Carlos Cortés are analyzed, this with the intention of establishing the initial proposal of break out, which orientates the entire reading of the literary text.
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    La independencia de Cuba desde la mirada de la metrópoli: El Separatista (1895) de Eduardo López Bago.
    (2012-08-31 00:00:00) Galván González, Victoria
    The treatment of the independence of Cuba in the Spanish novel of the nighteenth century is the subject that we approached in this work. Few novels were written on this topic, among others, the Separatist (1895) of Eduardo López Bago. The story recreates the differences between the interests of the metropolis and those of the colony, with the evocation of several positions that struggled there. The point of view that prevails in the end is the one of the author, defender of the non separation of Cuba from the metropolis.
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    La construcción de tipos sociales en el costumbrismo latinoamericano.
    (2012-08-31 00:00:00) Cuvardic García, Dorde
    This article analyzes different descriptive methods used in several articles that present social types seen in latinamerican literature of manners. The literary category known as 'social type' is defined as well as the role of the physiological discourse within its definition. Besides this article explores the ideological implications that contribute to the development of social types taking into account Western cultural practices seen at the beginning of the 19th Century. In addition, generic conventions of social types and finally some latinamerican articles from the 19th century are analyzed.
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    Migrantes finiseculares, identidades postnacionales: La frontera de cristal, de Carlos Fuentes.
    (2012-08-31 00:00:00) Barahona Novoa, Alberto; Sanabria Sing, Carolina
    At the crossroads of bordering areas and meeting points of diverse peoples, reflections on national identity bloom magnificently. The Mexico-U.S. borderline arises as a symbolic landmark of the Hispanic-American/Anglo-American "encounter and dis-encounter." However, thanks to the literary production of Carlos Fuentes, particularly in La frontera de cristal, such a border is rearranged into a space to solve Latin American identity issues, if migration is understood as a hybridization/crossbreeding phenomenon that prevails over and above the concepts of nationality and identity. With this material, Fuentes pulls together a nine-story novel, alluding to his own proposal of new models to understand reality and fiction.