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La jaquetia de la comunidad judía de Melilla en el siglo XXI: entre remanentes léxicos, la intimidad e Israel. Aproximación aplicada a una etnovariedad desde la sociolingüística cognitiva y su relación con la percepción

  • Autores: David Benhamu Jimenez
  • Directores de la Tesis: José Ramón Carriazo Ruiz (dir. tes.)
  • Lectura: En la UNED. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (España) ( España ) en 2017
  • Idioma: español
  • Tribunal Calificador de la Tesis: Juan Andrés Villena Ponsoda (presid.), Celia Casado Fresnillo (secret.), Dora Mancheva (voc.)
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      tomas de datos modulares que permiten reforzar la información en las diferentes fases del proceso. Asimismo, el estudio guarda una relación considerable con la antropología y la etnografía relacionándose algunos conceptos y métodos de estas ciencias con la producción lingüística de los hablantes (capítulo I).

      Tras presentar el papel de la jaquetía en la academia y en la política lingüística española, se contabilizan y analizan los principales rasgos y fenómenos lingüísticos observados, estos se relacionan con otras etnovariedades para comparar la similitud de patrones en cuanto a la evolución y/o vigencia de la jaquetía se refiere a la vez que se aporta una aproximación para contribuir y abordar en el futuro este tipo de estudios sobre hablas minoritarias (capítulos I, III y IV).

      La originalidad del trabajo reside en el enfoque comunicativo sobre un habla oral que en su estadio de extinción está incluso estandarizando su escritura a través de mensajes privados de WhatsApp y Facebook. Por otro lado, se muestra un uso intracomunitario relacionado con la intimidad de los hablantes no presentado con anterioridad para las etnovariedades, ya que normalmente estas se asocian con el humor en el caso de la jaquetía o la delincuencia si se hace referencia al caló (capítulos I y IV).

      El estudio trata de resolver la aparente antonimia entre lo que la jaquetía de Melilla es, es decir, energía, producción, uso, variedad cultural o etnovariedad; y lo que los lingüistas y los hablantes, aquí informantes, creen que es como resultado de sus investigaciones y percepciones respectivamente (capítulo IV).

      Por último, se presentan los fenómenos extralingüísticos relacionados con el habla y la evolución de esta en la comunidad de descendientes judíos melillenses en Israel así como la convergencia de la jaquetía al hebreo y al español y divergencia del elemento árabe (capítulo IV).

      The thesis presents a lexicographical proposal in Haketia (ethnovariety of the Judeo-Spanish) containing the lexicon which the Jewish community of Melilla includes in its speech between 2014 and 2017. This proposal has been elaborated combining the data obtained in field interviews and questionnaires carried out to the members of this community and their descendants and related who reside in the city, in the rest of Spain or abroad, especially in Israel (chapters II and III).

      The central theoretical framework is based on cognitive sociolinguistics and the broad applied possibilities offered by the current for the study of ethnovarieties. The thesis similarly relates the speech of the ethnic groups with the perception and the incidence of this in the speakers and the academy. As a novelty, several modular data collections are used to reinforce the information in the different phases of the process. Likewise, the study has a considerable relation with anthropology and ethnography, relating some indicators of these sciences with the linguistic production of the speakers (chapter I).

      The role of Haketia in the academy and in the Spanish language policy towards it are presented. Afterwards, the main observed features and linguistic phenomena are counted and analysed and then, these are related to otherethnovarieties to compare the similarity of patterns in terms of the evolution and/or obsolescence of the Haketia. At the same time, we are contributing to present an innovative approach for future studies on minority languages (chapters I, III and IV).

      The originality of the work resides in the communicative line on an oral speech that in its extinction stage is even standardizing its writing through private messages of WhatsApp and Facebook. On the other hand, it is shown an intracommunity use connected to the intimacy of the speakers not presented previously for the ethnovarieties, since normally these are associated to humour in the case of the Haketia or the delinquency regarding Calo, the gypsy speech (chapters I and IV).

      The study tries to solve the apparent antonymy between what the Haketia of Melilla is, that is to say, energy, production, use, cultural variety or ethnovariety; and what linguists and speakers, here informants, believe it to be as a result of their research and perceptions respectively (chapter IV).

      Finally, we introduce the extra-linguistic phenomena related to speech and the evolution of this in the community of descendants in Israel and the convergence of their Haketia to Hebrew and Spanish and divergence of the Arab element (chapter IV).

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      The thesis presents a lexicographical proposal in Haketia (ethnovariety of the Judeo-Spanish) containing the lexicon which the Jewish community of Melilla includes in its speech between 2014 and 2017. This proposal has been elaborated combining the data obtained in field interviews and questionnaires carried out to the members of this community and their descendants and related who reside in the city, in the rest of Spain or abroad, especially in Israel (chapters II and III). The central theoretical framework is based on cognitive sociolinguistics and the broad applied possibilities offered by the current for the study of ethnovarieties. The thesis similarly relates the speech of the ethnic groups with the perception and the incidence of this in the speakers and the academy. As a novelty, several modular data collections are used to reinforce the information in the different phases of the process. Likewise, the study has a considerable relation with anthropology and ethnography, relating some indicators of these sciences with the linguistic production of the speakers (chapter I). The role of Haketia in the academy and in the Spanish language policy towards it are presented. Afterwards, the main observed features and linguistic phenomena are counted and analysed and then, these are related to other ethnovarieties to compare the similarity of patterns in terms of the evolution and/or obsolescence of the Haketia. At the same time, we are contributing to present an innovative approach for future studies on minority languages (chapters I, III and IV). The originality of the work resides in the communicative line on an oral speech that in its extinction stage is even standardizing its writing through private messages of WhatsApp and Facebook. On the other hand, it is shown an intracommunity use connected to the intimacy of the speakers not presented previously for the ethnovarieties, since normally these are associated to humour in the case of the Haketia or the delinquency regarding Calo, the gypsy speech (chapters I and IV). The study tries to solve the apparent antonymy between what the Haketia of Melilla is, that is to say, energy, production, use, cultural variety or ethnovariety; and what linguists and speakers, here informants, believe it to be as a result of their research and perceptions respectively (chapter IV). Finally, we introduce the extra-linguistic phenomena related to speech and the evolution of this in the community of descendants in Israel and the convergence of their Haketia to Hebrew and Spanish and divergence of the Arab element (chapter IV).


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