This study presents regulations and linguistic awareness respecting the use of Andalusian dialect on television, radio, and cinema among others to provide a full description of the subject. The qualitative method will reveal aspects more fine-grained through data collection of the different habits and reactions of participants with TV, radio, internet or another audiovisual platform. For example, this research concludes, among other factors, that young Andalusians are more in contact with their dialect than older ones. Empirical and statistical data reflects that the young individual is open to different audiovisual platforms apart from TV and radio. Finally, this thesis leads to new lines of research in the same area, focused on the role of the Andalusian dialect in the classroom.


Gregory Taylor

First Committee Member

Enrique Torner

Second Committee Member

Adriana Gordillo

Date of Degree




Document Type



Master of Science (MS)


World Languages and Cultures


Arts and Humanities

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Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 4.0 License
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