Naidea Nunes

Naidea Nunes
Universidade da Madeira | UMA · Artes e Humanidades

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This article focuses on a study of historical emigration from the 1960s onwards, showing the importance of intercultural interaction. Due to the poverty, hunger and precarious living conditions that existed in Madeira Island, many young people saw emigration to South Africa as a means of escaping a difficult life. Arduous jobs due to their limited...
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This paper aims to provide a dialectal and sociolinguistic approach and description of the use of the lexical and semantic regionalisms in contemporary spoken Portuguese in urban Funchal (the capital of Madeira) and in four rural areas of the island. The study of the lexicon and its semantic variation is based on recent samples of a semasiological...
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Physical activities organised in nature have earned more commitment from tourists who intend to actively visit natural and authentic environments. This paper analyses the profile and the perceptions of active tourists who experienced canyoning and levada walking in the mountains of Madeira Island. The study uses a quantitative methodology analysis,...
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We intend to see the semantic variation of some of Madeira’s differential lexis with Madeiran students who have attended the third year of the Madeira University Cultural Studies Degree during the 2016-2017 academic year. The informants came from different geographic (parishes and municipalities) and socio-cultural origins in Madeira Island. Ten we...
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Apresentamos os resultados qualitativos e quantitativos de um inquérito semântico-lexical sobre regionalismos madeirenses, aplicado junto de estudantes naturais da ilha da Madeira que frequentaram o primeiro ano do ensino superior na Universidade da Madeira, no ano letivo de 2016/2017, para aferir o (re)conhecimento e uso de alguns regionalismos ca...
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This article fits into the topic “PL2 / PLE / PLH teaching-learning experiences”. The (re)construction of the identities of the Luso-descendants and other participants of the Intensive Summer Course for Luso-descendants (CIVLD), before and after attendance of the course, was studied through surveys and interviews to record the respective Life stori...
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From 1955 to 1970, the years 1957, 1964, 1969 and 1970 were the ones that registered the highest number of passports granted to residents of the parish of Água de Pena, mainly from the municipality of Machico. In 1957, the most sought after emigration destination is Brazil, followed by Venezuela. In 1964, the great demand is the departure to Venezu...
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The intensive summer course for Portuguese-descendants, created in 2013, by the University of Madeira, in partnership with the Centre of Madeiran Communities and Migration (CCMM) from the Regional Government of Madeira, is an intercultural formation that aims to receive several generations of Madeiran migrants from different parts of the world. In...
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A ilha da Madeira desempenhou um importante papel no desenvolvimento da produção açucareira, transplantada do Mediterrâneo para o Atlântico, e na transmissão desta cultura às ilhas atlânticas das Canárias, Cabo Verde, S. Tomé e Príncipe e ao Brasil. As Canárias também contribuíram para a expansão desta atividade ao outro lado do Atlântico, nomeadam...
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The original voices of Madeiran migration to Venezuela translate the socio-cultural and linguistic identities of first and second generation individuals as plural and dynamic realities and therefore non-uniform static ones. In that sense, it is interesting to observe the link between societies, cultures and languages and its role in the shaping of...
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Maria Mónica Reis Pestana (Madeira, 1902 - Trindade, 1996) era filha de Manuel Pestana e de Maria da Encarnação, e foi para a ilha de Trindade em 1921, com 19 anos, já casada com Francisco Pestana (1885-1919), filho de Francisco e Josefa Joaquina), também do Estreito de Câmara de Lobos, que emigrara para Trindade em 1905, com 20 anos e que voltara...
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The sugar culture and food: common linguistic and cultural heritage of the Atlantic islands and Brazil
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A 239-264ognitive approach of the current sugar terminology in the Atlantic, namely in the Cape Verde Islands, São Tomé and Príncipe and Brazil, concerning, more precisely, cognitive semantics. My analysis of the cognitive processes of conceptual metaphor and metonymy is based on the linguistic corpora of sugar terminology gathered in the above-men...
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RESUMO . Este estudo comparativo pretende compreender a mudança e a variação na actual terminologia açucareira em diferentes estados brasileiros (Paraíba, Pernambuco, Baía, Minas Gerais, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul) . O estudo, além da variação terminológica, permite-nos observar alguma variação histórica, geográfica e social. Podemos enco...
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A l i n g u a g e m e a m u l h e r n a s á t i r a m e d i e v a l Naidea Nunes NUNES Universidade da Madeira (Funchal) A sátira social e moral começa a desenvolver-se na Baixa Idade Média, a partir de finais do século XII, culminando, no teatro português, com Gil Vicente, seguido por Baltasar Dias. Partimos dos sermões de Santo António e das cant...
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