Alvarez-Cáccamo, Celso. 1993.
The pigeon house, the octopus and the people: The ideologization of linguistic
practices in Galiza. Plurilinguismes 6, 1-26.
RESUMO / ABSTRACT. Conversational procedures revealing the discursive
construction of language identity are examined in Galician. Three tactics expressing
ideological alignments toward standard language and linguistic purity are described: (1)
metalinguistic references to language practices (an explanation of ones verbal
behavior through metadiscursive tactics), (2) other language/style repair (a reformulation
of others speech in Standard Galician), and (3) reported speech (a tactical
representation of the speech of others according to typifications about the relationship
between the characters social identity, ideology, and language use).
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