Fonologia da Língua de Sinais

Discorrendo acerca dos modelos fonológicos

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https://doi.org/10.14393/LL63-v37n2-2021-16

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Linguística, Fonologia, Modelos fonológicos, Línguas de sinais

Resumo

Numa visão tradicional, a fonologia refere-se ao campo da linguística que se ocupa do estudo dos sons da língua. Apesar de as línguas de sinais não serem desenvolvidas a partir de emissões vocálicas, elas são constituídas de unidades mínimas que ratificam a existência do nível fonológico de análise nessas línguas. O estudo ora apresentado objetivou, a partir da revisão de literatura, explorar os modelos fonológicos propostos para as línguas sinalizadas. Os modelos fonológicos descritos neste artigo compreendem: Modelo Quirêmico, Modelo MH (Movement-Hold), Modelo HT (Hand Tier), Modelo Moraico, Modelo da Fonologia da Dependência, Modelo da Fonologia Visual e Modelo Prosódico (MP). Esses modelos são descritos com base nas contribuições de Brentari (1998) e Costa (2012), além dos principais estudiosos que defendem cada um destes modelos.

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Biografia do Autor

Roberto Cesar Reis da Costa, UFBA/Professor Assistente

Professor Assistente do Instituto de Letras da Universidade Federal da Bahia (UFBA).

Tradutor/Intérprete de Língua Brasileira de Sinais, Língua Inglesa e Língua Portuguesa.

Mestre em Língua e Cultura pelo Programa de Pós-graduação em Língua e Cultura (PPGLinC/UFBA).

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COSTA, R. C. R. da. Fonologia da Língua de Sinais: Discorrendo acerca dos modelos fonológicos. Letras & Letras, [S. l.], v. 37, n. 2, p. 324–360, 2021. DOI: 10.14393/LL63-v37n2-2021-16. Disponível em: https://seer.ufu.br/index.php/letraseletras/article/view/54167. Acesso em: 3 fev. 2023.