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Title: Complexitat i fenomen (socio)linguístic
Author: Bastardas i Boada, Albert, 1951-
Keywords: Sociolingüística
Complexitat (Filosofia)
Complexity (Philosophy)
Issue Date: Sep-2013
Publisher: Centre Universitari de Sociolingüística i Comunicació (CUSC). Universitat de Barcelona
Abstract: Intermediate phenomena of reality present particular characteristics of systemic self-organization, multilevel interrelations, recursivity, emergence of new «objects» with properties different from those of the elements that form them, and evolutionary dynamics, that probably need the formulation of new theoretical concepts and different paradigm principles. The sciences or perspectives of complexity, or the «complex» thinking, try to respond adequately to this complexity of reality. This approach adopts a multidimensional, integrated and dynamic view of reality: the world is made up of overlapping levels of different elements which produce new properties or new organizations at higher levels. If we conceive what we call languages as simple and decontextualized objects, we can understand some of the more mechanical aspects but we will ignore their conditions of existence, functionality, maintenance, variation, change and extinction.
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It is part of: LSC- Llengua, Societat i Comunicació, 2013, num. 11, p. 1-9
ISSN: 1697-5928
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