Edited by Francesc Feliu and Olga Fullana
[IVITRA Research in Linguistics and Literature 20] 2019
► pp. 264–280
La variació lectal del català en l’era de la societat xarxa
Notes per a un debat
Until now, the dynamics of language change is going to understand the dissociation internal/external. The internal dimension understood as a balance between the formal systems of a language. The external data looked incorporate socioeconomic, political and cultural factors as explanatory of historical interpretation. Both, however, have different logics. Today, the study of sociological and communicational complexity requires conceptual and methodological tools appropriate to the technological changes being experienced in the network.
In the history of Catalan has also tended to produce overall performances that forms the side of the community of speakers or the physical space, reproducing the dichotomy internal/external peer to which were added as oral/written, unity/diversity, center/periphery, urban/rural or standard/varieties. Do all these notions preserve the effectiveness explanatory? Can account properly transversal changes affecting called precisely or not digital natives? Rather than outline any alternative hypothesis, our goal is to point out the need to produce a type of historical interpretation more refined, versatile and persuasive, based on the dense nuanced description of the data available and incorporates the paradoxical effects of any discursive approach to verbal objects.