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El presente estudio rastrea el impacto en el paisaje lingüístico de las elecciones autonómicas vascas del año 2020. A partir de un trabajo de campo en dos localidades de distinto perfil demográfico y político y de encuestas entre los partidos en liza, analizamos, por una parte, la presencia o ausencia en el espacio público de las distintas formaciones y sus estrategias de comunicación. Por otra parte, examinamos los recursos de tipo semiótico empleados en la campaña y la distribución de las dos lenguas de uso en la comunidad en las señales del corpus. Los resultados nos permiten detectar el traslado de los recursos físicos tradicionales al ámbito virtual, esfera que asimila cada vez con más fuerza la funcionalidad de los primeros. Asimismo, se revelan tendencias y tensiones en la elección de lenguas, de acuerdo con la posición en el espectro ideológico, que nos obligan a repensar el propio concepto de autoría en este tipo de investigaciones.

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