Rafael González Tirado

Rafael González Tirado (HM285O)

Location: Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional
Country: Dominican Republic

N 18° 28.353', W 69° 54.454'

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Rafael González TiradoAbogado, lingüista, investigador y profesor universitario. Ejerció la docencia en las áreas de Comunicación Social y Español de la Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo. Realizó estudios superiores de Comunicación Social en Ciespal, Quito, Ecuador (1964). Fue subsecretario de la Secretaría de Estado de Educacion y Bellas Artes durante el Gobierno Provisional de Héctor García Godoy (1965-1966) y fundador y director del periódico Universitario, órgano de entrenamiento para los estudiantes de la carrera de periodismo de la UASP (1968-1972).Es Miembro de Número de la Academia de Ciencias de la República Dominicana de la Lengua y miembro correspondiente de la Real Academia Española. Se le declaró Profesor Honoris Causa de la Escuela de Periodismo de Buenos Aires, Argentina. Ha publicado los siguientes libros: Confrontacion del inglés y el español en Puerto Rico (1965), El complejo de inferioridad lingüística (1983), Técnicas de redacción de leyes (1983), Lenguaje y nacionalismo (1987), La mayúscula dominicana y el modelo ortográfico de García Márquez (1999), La problemática del lenguaje sexista en la República Dominicana (1999), Origen de la palabra /chopa/ en el /h/abla de los dominicanos (2003), Balaganarias (2003),



Carta de siempre (2005), Palabras para compartir (2009), coedición del Banco de Reservas de la República Dominicana y la Academia Dominicana de la Lengua.

Englisht translation: Rafael González Tirado Lawyer, linguist, researcher and university professor. He taught in the areas of Social Communication and Spanish at the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo. He completed higher studies on Social Communication in Ciespal, Quito, Ecuador (1964). He was undersecretary of the Secretary of State for Education and Fine Arts during the Provisional Government of Héctor García Godoy (1965-1966) and founder and director of the newspaper Universitario , a training newspaper for students in the career of journalism at the UASP (1968-1972). He is a Member of the Academy of Sciences of the Dominican Republic of Language and a corresponding member of the Royal Spanish Academy. He was declared Professor Honoris Causa of the School of Journalism of Buenos Aires, Argentina. He has published the following books: Confrontation of English and Spanish in Puerto Rico (1965), The linguistic inferiority complex (1983), Techniques of writing laws (1983), Language and nationalism (1987), The capital letter of the Dominican Republic and García Márquez's orthographic model (1999), The problem of sexist language in the Dominican Republic (1999), Origin of the word / chopa / in Dominican speech (2003), Balaganarias (2003) , A Letter For Ever (2005), Words to share (2009), a co-edition of the Reserve Bank of the Dominican Republic and the Dominican Academy of the Language.
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HM NumberHM285O
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Year Placed2017
Placed By20a Feria Internacional del Libro, Santo Domingo
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Date Added Wednesday, June 6th, 2018 at 10:01am PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)19Q E 404178 N 2042708
Decimal Degrees18.47255000, -69.90756667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 18° 28.353', W 69° 54.454'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds18° 28' 21.18" N, 69° 54' 27.24" W
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Closest Postal AddressAt or near 8 Calle Félix María del Monte, Santo Domingo Distrito Nacional , DO
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