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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2009.tde-03022010-113449
Document
Author
Full name
Everton Altmayer Leopoldino
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2009
Supervisor
Committee
Viaro, Mario Eduardo (President)
Cohen, Maria Antonieta Amarante de Mendonça
Condé, Valéria Gil
Title in Portuguese
A fala dos tiroleses de Piracicaba: um perfil linguístico dos bairros Santana e Santa Olímpia
Keywords in Portuguese
Dialeto caipira
Dialeto trentino
Língua portuguesa
Piracicaba
Sociolinguistica
Abstract in Portuguese
São mais de cento e trinta anos de imigração tirolesa no Brasil. Ainda não sabemos exatamente qual o número real de imigrantes tiroleses que, saídos principalmente da região trentina no final do século XIX, desembarcaram em terras brasileiras com suas esperanças e o sonho de far lAmérica. Sabemos, entretanto, que sua influência cultural deixou contribuições importantes na sociedade brasileira, sobretudo nos estados do Sul e Sudeste. O presente trabalho propõe analisar a fala da comunidade tirolesa (trentina) da cidade de Piracicaba, formada por dois bairros: Santana e Santa Olímpia. Juntos, os bairros rurais são a mais significativa colônia tirolesa do estado de São Paulo, cuja variante do português, marcadamente influenciada pelo dialeto trentino (ainda mantido na comunidade e ali chamado tirolés), destaca e diferencia seus moradores no contexto linguístico piracicabano. As análises registram os aspectos principais dessa variante do português e acreditamos que servirão, alfim, para um melhor conhecimento sobre a comunidade tirolesa de Piracicaba, bem como para uma compreensão mais abrangente acerca da diversidade linguística das comunidades de imigração do Brasil.
Title in English
The speech of the tyrolean community in the city of Piracicaba: a linguistic profile from Santana and Santa Olímpia
Keywords in English
Caipira dialect
Piracicaba
Portuguese language
Sociolinguistic
Trentinian dialect
Abstract in English
More than one hundred and thirty years have passed since the tyrolean immigration in Brazil has began and we still do not know the exactly real number of tyrolean immigrants that landed in brazilian territories with their hopes and dreams of "far lAmerica", most of them coming from the Trentino region in the late nineteenth century. We know, however, that their cultural influence left important contributions in the brazilian society, especially in the states of the south and southeast. This work proposes to analyze the speech of the tyrolean community (from Trentino) in the city of Piracicaba, comprised of two neighborhoods: Santana and Santa Olimpia. Together, the rural districts are the most significant tyrolean colony of São Paulo state, in which the portuguese language variant highlights and differentiates the people who lives there from the linguistic context of the city of Piracicaba, strongly influenced by the Trentinian dialect ( which remains in those neighborhoods).. The analysis show the main aspects of this variant of the portuguese language and we believe that they will be useful to better understand the tyrolean community of Piracicaba as well to improve the knowledge about the linguistic diversity of communities of immigrants in Brazil.
 
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2010-02-19
 
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