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Title: O jogo como linguagem: a abordagem funcionalista da linguagem nas práticas corporais coletivas
Other Titles: The game as language: the functional approach of the language in collective corporal practices
Keywords: Linguagem;  Jogo;  Funcionalismo (Lingüística);  Jogos;  Linguística;  Game;  Language;  Linguistics
Issue Date: 20-Sep-2007
Abstract: This thesis aims to apply in the analysis of collective games the theoretical presuppositions of Functional Linguistics of North-American basis, which, differently from the formalist approach, defined the game as an instrument of social interaction among players. Thus, a functional approach of the game, which observes and analyzes the motor regularities of a group of players of beach volleyball practiced in a less conventional way, has been constructed using the motor data and the verbal expressions of the subjects of the research. The functional principles, reformulated for this work, have given account of facts and semantic procedures of polysemies, changes, variations and pragmatic ambiguities in the actions of the game. The results of the research indicated that, in the functional perspective, the grammatical structure of the game is a dependent variable of the players use.
URI: https://app.uff.br/riuff/handle/1/17793
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