La evidencialidad en el discurso. Estableciendo los límites

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Lidia Mañoso-Pacheco
Roberto Sánchez-Cabrero
Amaya Arigita-García
Francisco J. Pericacho-Gómez

Resumen

A pesar de la investigación extensa que se ha hecho sobre el fenómeno de la evidencialidad en el discurso, es decir, la codificación de la fuente de la información, todavía hay discrepancias terminológicas y conceptuales que necesitan ser consideradas. El presente artículo presenta una discusión teórica de la evidencialidad. Comienza con un examen del ámbito de la evidencialidad en cuanto a la gramática y semántica, terminando con una comprensión completa del concepto como un ámbito funcional-conceptual. La discusión también se centra en la relación entre la evidencialidad y la modalidad epistémica, dado que todavía es un tema abierto en el campo. Apoyamos que un estudio exhaustivo de formas evidenciales concretas, tales como los evidenciales reportativos, sería necesario como continuación dinámica de esta revisión bibliográfica.

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Mañoso-Pacheco, L., Sánchez-Cabrero, R., Arigita-García, A., & Pericacho-Gómez, F. J. (2020). La evidencialidad en el discurso. Estableciendo los límites. Quaestiones Disputatae: Temas En Debate, 13(26), 58-77. Recuperado a partir de http://revistas.ustatunja.edu.co/index.php/qdisputatae/article/view/2008
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Lidia Mañoso-Pacheco

Universidad Nebrija, Doctora en Lingüística Inglesa.

Roberto Sánchez-Cabrero

Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio, Doctor en Psicología Clínica y de la Salud.

Amaya Arigita-García

Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio, Doctora en Educación.

Francisco J. Pericacho-Gómez

Universidad Internacional de la Rioja, Doctor en Educación.

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