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Este artículo contribuye a la discusión sobre el valor de los datos empíricos en el campo de la lingüística histórica. En la literatura se han discutido ampliamente los problemas metodológicos derivados del hecho de que los análisis diacrónicos estén basados casi exclusivamente en fuentes escritas. Este problema general de la representatividad de los datos se acentúa cuando se aborda el estudio histórico de fenómenos típicos de la oralidad, como son los marcadores pragmáticos. Sin embargo, a pesar de los argumentos empleados tanto a favor del uso de fuentes escritas como en su contra, este problema metodológico no ha sido objeto aún de una verificación empírica consistente en español. Este estudio supone un primer paso para cubrir esta laguna, para lo cual se comparan los resultados de un análisis diacrónico reciente del marcador pragmático en un corpus escrito literario y en un corpus de español hablado.

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