Carolina Rodríguez Juárez

Carolina Rodríguez Juárez
Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria | ULPGC · Department of Modern Languages

PhD English Philology

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Carolina Rodríguez-Juárez works at the Department of Modern Philology, Translation & Interpretation, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Her earlier research focused on second language teaching and is currently interested in the interaction between lexis & grammar within the theory of Role and Reference Grammar; the computational treatment of lexicon and constructional meaning in FunGramKB, and the development and implementation of tools designed for natural language processing.

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La accesibilidad de un término para participar en una operación gramatical como la asignación de Sujeto está condicionada por restricciones jerárquicas, funcionales e intrínsecas que favorecerán la asignación de la función de Sujeto al primer argumento, resultando en una oración activa, o a un término distinto al primer argumento, obteniéndose una...
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p>This paper seeks to offer an update of the syntactic representation of adverbials in the Lexical Constructional Model and the multipurpose lexico-conceptual knowledge base, FunGramKB, and to implement the conditions that are necessary for an effective parsing of such constituents within ARTEMIS, a NLP prototype within FunGramKB for the computatio...
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2019 PUCV, Chile  52(100) 357-380 On the computational representation of constructions: The place of locative constructions in a knowledge base Acerca de la representación computacional de las construcciones: El lugar de las construcciones locativas en una base de conocimiento Abstract The aim of this paper is to further explore the formal represe...
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This paper is framed within the field of natural language understanding (NLU) and presents the advances that have been carried out in the parsing device ARTEMIS (“Automatically Representing Text Meaning via an Interlingua-Based System”), which is a NLU prototype designed to obtain the syntactic and semantic representation of linguistic structures a...
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This paper presents a description of the alternations in which the location argument participates in English and accounts for its various realizations from the point of view of Role and Reference Grammar. The analysis of the multiple alternating behaviour of the location argument in various transitive and intransitive alternations in English is mos...
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37 ONOMÁZEIN 34 (diciembre de 2016): 36-54 Carolina Rodríguez-Juárez Constructing the Meaning of Cover and Spread: A Lexical-Constructional Approach This research presents the results of the study of the verbs of position cover and spread as representative predicates of the subclass of verbs of putting something on (the surface of) something else a...
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This research aims to illustrate the explanatory potential of the Lexical Constructional Model (LCM), as outlined in Ruiz de Mendoza (2013), Ruiz de Mendoza and Mairal (2007, 2008) and Mairal and Ruiz de Mendoza (2006, 2009a/b, 2011) and Role and Reference Grammar (RRG) (Van Valin and LaPolla 1997, Van Valin 2005) for the study of the semantic and...
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ABSTRACT This article presents the results of the study of the verbs of position join and attach, as members of the verbal subdomain “putting things together” (Faber and Mairal 1999), taking as a basis the theoretical and methodological assumptions of Role and Reference Grammar (Van Valin and Lapolla 1997; Van Valin 2005), and the tenets of the Lex...
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The complexity of the role of motivation in second language acquisition processes, along with the different motivational types that have been identified, have long been the object of much learner-centred research which has led to a wealth of practical implications for foreign language teaching contexts and the development of learner autonomy. This...
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Using an e-learning environment undoubtedly has many advantages in foreign language learning contexts, especially when we consider their potential for enhancing learner autonomy and providing out-of-class language practice as well as maintaining language learning motivation. In this paper we describe an action research project conducted with first-...
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The use of the L1 in monolingual contexts has been somewhat frowned upon in EFL classrooms over the years, with teaching activities usually conducted exclusively in the target language. However, if used judiciously, the mother tongue may. in fact become a teaching and learning resource which can greatly enhance the at acquisition process and encour...
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La manifestación del género, tanto en su vertiente de categoría gramatical como entendido como signo de identidad sexual, está vinculada a jerarquías implicacionales que predicen que los términos con referentes masculinos precederán preferiblemente a los feme-ninos en un grupo nominal. Dicha predicción nos ha motivado a estudiar la incidencia de la...
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The theoretical framework of Functional Grammar proposed by S. C. Dik highlights the relevance of implicational hierarchies for the different grammatical operations found in natural languages. In the case of the grammatical operation of Subject assignment, a group of priority hierarchies which predict the accessibility of term positions by virtue o...
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The theoretical model of Functional (Discourse) Grammar initially developed by Simón C. Dik (1997a/b) stresses the relevance of implicational hierarchies in grammatical operations and claims that these hierarchies, although they present individual properties associated with intrinsic, functional and hierarchical constraints, may interact with each...
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The accessibility of terms to the grammatical operation of Subject assignment seems to be con- strained by properties which can predict their level of accessibility to this function and which are organised in a hierarchical fashion. The relevance of such feature hierarchies has been stressed in the theory of Functional (Discourse) Grammar, and it i...
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RESUMEN El objetivo principal de esta comunicación es compartir mi experiencia como docente universitaria y usuaria habitual de la plataforma educativa de la Universidad de las Palmas de Gran Canaria en un campo del conocimiento que hasta hace poco parecía evolucionar ajeno a los avances tecnológicos: las Humanidades. En concreto, este trabajo deta...
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Facultad de Filología RESUMEN La Teoría de la Gramática Funcional (S.Dik, 1989) utiliza la noción de "asignación de suje-to" para explicar la diferencia entre construcciones activas y pasivas. Una misma predicación puede ser presentada por el hablante desde perspeaivas diferentes al asignarse la función de sujeto a distintos argumentos dentro de es...

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