El español canario: un reflejo del cambio lingüístico debilitante en el mundo hispanohablante

Karolina Broś

Abstrakt

Gran Canarian Spanish: A Reflection of Weakening Language Change in the Spanish-Speaking World

The aim of the paper is to present a thorough description of the terms weakening and lenition in the context of language change, and to present major theories of lenition proposed in the framework of generative phonology. Among the most recent theories of lenition, we mention the proposal by Katz (2016) based on Kingston (2008) in which a distinction is made between loss and continuity lenition. We then present empirical data from the Canary Islands dialect of Spanish in which both types of lenition can be found, making the dialect a model example of weakening language change.

* Este estudio fue financiado por El Centro Nacional de la Ciencia (Narodowe Centrum Nauki) de Polonia, proyecto Sonata 2017/26/D/HS2/00574.

Słowa kluczowe: Spanish, Gran Canaria, lenition, language change, weakening
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