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Liliam Cuartas López, & Orozco Camacho, N. (2023). Linguistics Beyond the Traditional Study of Language. Revista Internacional De Cooperación Y Desarrollo, 10(2), 10–11. https://doi.org/10.21500/23825014.6952
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Non-traditional non-hegemonic linguistics allows understanding its object of study beyond language as a system of verbal signs. As Gómez, Lora and Orozco (2018, 2021) argue, language is not reduced to signification, but as a human capacity and as a cognitive process it allows abstraction, representation, knowledge and communication. From this conception, the function of the linguist is redefined, research problems are energized and more interdisciplinary studies are achieved. For this reason, the consideration of editing a special issue of the journal in which the articulation Language, Education and Culture is evidenced, is understood as a recognition of the contributions that Linguistics and its methods make to different contexts, populations, among others.



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