Itxurazko egonkortasun linguistikoa eta hazkunde indexikala Bermeoko (lako) aldagaian [Aparente estabilidad lingüística y crecimiento indexical de la variable (lako) en Bermeo]

Palabras clave: variación sociolingüística, (lako), variedad de Bermeo, significado social, cuestionario breve anónimo

Resumen

En este trabajo presento los resultados de un cuestionario breve que analiza la variación sociolingüística en (lako) de Bermeo: garalako vs garalakon —llamaré (0) a la primera y (n) a la segunda—. Los datos, 423 tokens, vienen de entrevistas rápidas grabadas en Bermeo en 2016-2017. Basándome en un modelo de efectos mixtos, propongo que (n) ha sufrido un cambio indexical de expresar pertenencia al sector pesquero en los hablantes más mayores a expresar pertenencia a Bermeo en general en las siguientes generaciones y que la normalización del euskera ha hecho que la variable se estabilice porque no hay diferencias de edad en hablantes mayores de 18 y los hablantes con formación profesional y los hombres dicen (n) significativamente más.

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Garcia-Palomino, A. (2023). Itxurazko egonkortasun linguistikoa eta hazkunde indexikala Bermeoko (lako) aldagaian [Aparente estabilidad lingüística y crecimiento indexical de la variable (lako) en Bermeo]. Fontes Linguae Vasconum, (135), 11-52. https://doi.org/10.35462/flv135.2