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BRAZILIAN CANDOMBLÉ: AWINDOW THROUGH WHICH TO PENETRATE BANTUISMS AND DOCUMENT AFRICAN TRADITIONAL CULTURES

Glimpses of african cultures
Date de publication : avril 2011
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0. Introduction:
In a recent paper on the nature of data used in linguistics, Himmelmann
proposes the necessity of viewing data collection as an autonomous field of
linguistics separate from descriptive linguistics (Himmelmann 2007). This
differentiation is pertinent if one considers that data collection is usually
biased by the kind of treatment the researcher intends to do with it. If data
collection is viewed as a separate field, one could expect that the collected
data could then be interpreted using any linguistics framework of one’s
preference. When one looks at the different papers written on “Bantuisms” in
Portuguese and Spanish spoken in Latin America, (e.g., Mendoça 1933,
Castro 2001, Connell 2004, Angenot and Beltran 1976, Angenot et al. 1974,
Angenot & Angenot 2007a, b), that

     
  • ISBN : 978-2-296-54185-6 • avril 2011 • 22 pages
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