Recursos de creación de léxico en la lengua de signos catalana (LSC)
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construcción
creación de léxico
Gramática de Construcciones
lengua de signos catalana LSC
lenguas de signos
lexicalización

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Este artículo tiene como objetivo describir los principales recursos para la creación de léxico en la lengua de signos catalana (LSC). Partimos de la tipología de recursos formales, semánticos, funcionales y externos. Argumentamos que se trata de un proceso de construcción a partir de estructuras de diferente grado de especificidad (esquemas estructurales y patrones de bajo nivel), así como de procesos analógicos con otras piezas léxicas. El análisis pone de manifiesto que en la LSC el léxico, la morfología y la sintaxis forman un continuo.

 
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