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Processing Facilitation Strategies in OV and VO Languages: A Corpus Study  [PDF]
Luis Pastor, Itziar Laka
Open Journal of Modern Linguistics (OJML) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojml.2013.33033
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The present corpus study aimed to examine whether Basque (OV) resorts more often than Spanish (VO) to certain grammatical operations, in order to minimize the number of arguments to be processed before the verb. Ueno & Polinsky (2009) argue that VO/OV languages use certain grammatical resources with different frequencies in order to facilitate real-time processing. They observe that both OV and VO languages in their sample (Japanese, Turkish and Spanish) have a similar frequency of use of subject pro-drop; however, they find that OV languages (Japanese, Turkish) use more intransitive sentences than VO languages (English, Spanish), and conclude this is an OV-specific strategy to facilitate processing. We conducted a comparative corpus study of Spanish (VO) and Basque (OV). Results show (a) that the frequency of use of subject pro-drop is higher in Basque than in Spanish; and (b) Basque does not use more intransitive sentences than Spanish; both languages have a similar frequency of intransitive sentences. Based on these findings, we conclude that the frequency of use of grammatical resources to facilitate the processing does not depend on a single typological trait (VO/OV) but it is modulated by the concurrence of other grammatical features.

Resolución de conflictos en la sociedad Wayuu contemporánea
Ponce,Pastor;
Frónesis , 2006,
Abstract: this research into the present status of conflict resolution in wayuu society supposes the determination of what is the rationality behind it, since it deals with arrangements between members of the indigenous population and with alijunas, or persons who do not belong to that society. the rationality that governs the solution to conflict is basically found on three levels: a) the social organization, especially the structure of clans and blood lines; b) on certain values, beliefs and representations some of them organized as myths, which explain wayuu beliefs as to the cause of tragedies, and c) the arrangement as such, that can have to do with the process of argumentation that controls diverse moments of the arrangements that involve the litigant parties and the putchi pu.
Simulación de la Polimerización por Radicales Libres en el Intervalo Completo de Conversión
Rivero,Pastor;
Información tecnológica , 2006, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-07642006000300012
Abstract: in this study the simulation of methyl methacrylate free radical polymerization is presented, in order to obtain the conversion and the average molecular weights, considering diffusion-controlled initiation, propagation, chain transfer and termination reactions. the central part of the work is the application of a method previously proposed by the authors for the approximate solution of the kinetic equations when the termination rate coefficient depends on the chain length of the radicals the strategy of the method is to reconstruct the chain length distribution of radicals from its moments to obtain the termination rate distribution moments. the calculated conversion and average molecular weights are in good agreement with previously reported experimental data.
El marianismo en México: una mirada a su larga duración
Pastor, Marialba;
Cuicuilco , 2010,
Abstract: based on of the history of marianism, particularly of marianism in mexico, the psycho-social characteristics of this phenomenon are detailed, and its social function, its forms of relationship and the masculine-feminine gender conflicts are reflected upon.
LA NUCLEARIDAD Y LAS CONSTRUCCIONES DE GRADO ADJETIVAS
PASTOR,ALBERTO;
RLA. Revista de lingüística teórica y aplicada , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-48832008000100003
Abstract: in this article different criteria will be used in order to identify the head of sequences formed by a degree term and a gradable adjective. we will see how both, degree terms and adjectives, act as heads depending on the criterion being considered. thus, based on a notion of headness according to which the head is the member of a phrase that determines the properties of the phrase and selects the complement, the adjective will be responsible for the properties of the sequence [deg+a], while degree terms will be responsible for semantic and categorial selection inside this sequence. on the other hand, a series of formal arguments will show that degree terms take the adjective as their complement. we will conclude that structure of the sequence [deg+a] is headed by deg and we will use the notion of “extended projection” to account for the fact that both degree terms and adjectives are responsible for certain properties of this sequence.
Origins of the Chilean Binominal Election System
Pastor,Daniel;
Revista de ciencia política (Santiago) , 2004, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-090X2004000100002
Abstract: strategic reaction by the military regime to the defeat of general augusto pinochet in the 1988 plebiscite since the system was formally established during the period between the plebiscite and the first postauthoritarian elections in 1989. this theory, however, offers a mistaken account of the history and evolution of the binominal election system whose origins are considerably more complex than the conventional wisdom suggests. this article explores the internal political processes and the ideology that led the military government to adopt the binominal system. it argues that the election system was the capstone of the authoritarian institutional framework designed by the military government to protect the 1980 constitution from efforts by the concertación to reform it. contrary to popular belief, the binominal system was proposed long before the 1988 plebiscite by arturo marín vicu?a, then secretary of a government commission studying a new electoral law. this article maintains that, more than any other factor, the binominal system reflects and responds to an interpretation of chilean political history between 1960 and 1973 that was widely shared among the pinochet government's legal advisors
LA NUCLEARIDAD Y LAS CONSTRUCCIONES DE GRADO ADJETIVAS HEADNESS AND ADJETIVAL DEGREE CONSTRUCTIONS
ALBERTO PASTOR
RLA : Revista de Lingüística Teórica y Aplicada , 2008,
Abstract: En este artículo pasamos revista a distintos criterios de nuclearidad con objeto de decidir si es el grado o el adjetivo el núcleo de la secuencia [G+A]. Nos encontramos en una situación en la que ambos, el grado y el adjetivo, se comportan como núcleos dependiendo de cuál sea el criterio que se considere. Así, por un lado, teniendo en cuenta una noción de nuclearidad según la cual el núcleo de una frase es el miembro de dicha frase que determina las propiedades del conjunto y selecciona su complemento, el adjetivo será el miembro de la construcción que determina fundamentalmente las propiedades de la secuencia [G+A], mientras que el grado, por su parte, será el responsable de la selección semántica y categorial dentro de la frase. Por otro lado, hay una serie de argumentos sintácticos o formales que muestran bien a las claras que el grado es el núcleo sintáctico de la construcción y toma como complemento al adjetivo graduable. Concluiremos, en fin, que la estructura de la secuencia [G+A] está encabezada por el grado y usaremos la noción de proyección extendida para dar cuenta de que tanto el grado como el adjetivo son responsables de ciertas propiedades del conjunto. In this article different criteria will be used in order to identify the head of sequences formed by a degree term and a gradable adjective. We will see how both, degree terms and adjectives, act as heads depending on the criterion being considered. Thus, based on a notion of headness according to which the head is the member of a phrase that determines the properties of the phrase and selects the complement, the adjective will be responsible for the properties of the sequence [Deg+A], while degree terms will be responsible for semantic and categorial selection inside this sequence. On the other hand, a series of formal arguments will show that degree terms take the adjective as their complement. We will conclude that structure of the sequence [Deg+A] is headed by Deg and we will use the notion of “extended projection” to account for the fact that both degree terms and adjectives are responsible for certain properties of this sequence.
La gestión de los Recursos Humanos en las Administraciones Públicas
Gema Pastor
Política y Sociedad , 1995, DOI: -
Abstract: Sin resumen
Guerras y Estados: The Sociology of war and peace
Jaime Pastor
Política y Sociedad , 1989, DOI: -
Abstract: Sin resumen
Origins of the Chilean Binominal Election System
Daniel Pastor
Revista de Ciencia Política , 2004,
Abstract: strategic reaction by the military regime to the defeat of General Augusto Pinochet in the 1988 Plebiscite since the system was formally established during the period between the plebiscite and the first postauthoritarian elections in 1989. This theory, however, offers a mistaken account of the history and evolution of the binominal election system whose origins are considerably more complex than the conventional wisdom suggests. This article explores the internal political processes and the ideology that led the military government to adopt the binominal system. It argues that the election system was the capstone of the authoritarian institutional framework designed by the military government to protect the 1980 Constitution from efforts by the Concertación to reform it. Contrary to popular belief, the binominal system was proposed long before the 1988 Plebiscite by Arturo Marín Vicu a, then secretary of a government commission studying a new electoral law. This article maintains that, more than any other factor, the binominal system reflects and responds to an interpretation of Chilean political history between 1960 and 1973 that was widely shared among the Pinochet government's legal advisors Se ha asumido que el presente sistema electoral chileno -el "binominal mayoritario"- fue una reacción ante la derrota del General Augusto Pinochet en el plebiscito de 1988, ya que fue lanzado en el intermedio después del plebiscito, pero antes que el régimen militar abandonara el poder. No obstante, esta hipótesis se equivoca en la historia de la evolución del sistema binominal que es más complejo. Este artículo explora la historia de los procesos políticos dentro del régimen militar y la ideología que llevó al sistema binominal. Argumenta que el sistema binominal fue la piedra arquitectónica de la institucionalidad autoritaria del régimen militar que protegía su Constitución de 1980 contra los esfuerzos de la Concertación para reformarla. Afirma que el sistema fue propuesto mucho antes del plebiscito de 1988 por Arturo Marín Vicu a, entonces el secretario de una comisión que estudiaba una nueva ley electoral, y fue producto más que nada de una interpretación de la historia política chilena entre 1960 y 1973 que fue ampliamente compartida entre los asesores jurídicos del gobierno militar
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