SCIENTIFIC NOTATION AS A STUDY OBJECT – THE CASE OF IN THE PHONOLOGY OF ALARCOS (1950–1965)

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Title SCIENTIFIC NOTATION AS A STUDY OBJECT – THE CASE OF IN THE PHONOLOGY OF ALARCOS (1950–1965)
LA NOTACIÓN CIENTÍFICA COMO OBJETO DE ESTUDIO: EL CASO DE EN LA FONOLOGÍA DE ALARCOS (1950–1965)
SCIENTIFIC NOTATION AS A STUDY OBJECT – THE CASE OF IN THE PHONOLOGY OF ALARCOS (1950–1965)
 
Creator Díez Plaza, César Luis
 
Description The present work studies a concrete case of notation in Alarcos’s book Fonología Española (1950–1965) — the example of . The study of this glyph allows us to present a model of analysis of systems of notation used in phonological works. This model is based on the relationship between two dimensions – the dimension of texts and the dimension of scientific notation – which is established through the use of two operations: transcription and transliteration. In addition to reflecting on the importance of the study of notation, the final objective of this work is to propose that the scientific texts themselves (on phonology in this case) become an object of study by themselves.Key words: representation theory, notation, transliteration, transcription, glyphs, characters, symbols.
El presente trabajo estudia un caso concreto de notación en la Fonología de Alarcos (1950–1965), el ejemplo de . El estudio de este glifo permite presentar un modelo de análisis de la notación empleada en los trabajos fonológicos. Dicho modelo se basa en la relación entre dos dimensiones – la dimensión de los textos y la de la notación científica – que se establece gracias al empleo de dos operaciones: la operación de transcripción y la de transliteración. Además de reflexionar sobre la importancia del estudio de la notación, el objetivo final de este trabajo es proponer que los propios textos científicos (sobre fonología en este caso) se conviertan en un objeto de estudio propio. Palabras clave: teoría de la representación, notación, transliteración, transcripción, glifos, caracteres, símbolos.
The present work studies a concrete case of notation in Alarcos’s book Fonología Española (1950–1965) — the example of . The study of this glyph allows us to present a model of analysis of systems of notation used in phonological works. This model is based on the relationship between two dimensions – the dimension of texts and the dimension of scientific notation – which is established through the use of two operations: transcription and transliteration. In addition to reflecting on the importance of the study of notation, the final objective of this work is to propose that the scientific texts themselves (on phonology in this case) become an object of study by themselves.Key words: representation theory, notation, transliteration, transcription, glyphs, characters, symbols.
 
Publisher BEOIBERÍSTICA - Revista de Estudios Ibéricos, Latinoamericanos y Comparativos (ISSN: 2560-4163 Online)
BEOIBERISTIKA - Časopis za iberijske, latinoameričke i komparativne studije (ISSN: 2560-4163 Online)
BEOIBERÍSTICA - Journal of Iberian, Latin American and Comparative Studies (ISSN: 2560-4163 Online)
 
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Date 2019-05-26
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
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Identifier http://beoiberistica.fil.bg.ac.rs/index.php/beoiberistica/article/view/55
10.18485/beoiber.2019.3.1.1
 
Source BEOIBERÍSTICA - Revista de Estudios Ibéricos, Latinoamericanos y Comparativos (ISSN: 2560-4163 Online); Vol. 3, Núm. 1 (2019); 13-26
BEOIBERISTIKA - Časopis za iberijske, latinoameričke i komparativne studije (ISSN: 2560-4163 Online); Vol. 3, Núm. 1 (2019); 13-26
BEOIBERÍSTICA - Journal of Iberian, Latin American and Comparative Studies (ISSN: 2560-4163 Online); Vol. 3, Núm. 1 (2019); 13-26
2560-4163
 
Language spa
 
Relation http://beoiberistica.fil.bg.ac.rs/index.php/beoiberistica/article/view/55/48
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2019 César Luis Díez Plaza
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0
 

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