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Input and conversational exchange: Two types of social mediation in the appropriation of the language

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KeywordsTriple Keywords
Language and languages
Foreign languages
Mass communication
Communication, Primitive
Alterity (Philosophy)
Other (Philosophy)
Otherness (Philosophy)


Language, as an arbitrary and conventional communication system, is an inhethetically social and cultural semmiotic object that can only be acquired through the mediation of others. Mediation can take the form of a simplified and well-trained language model, known to have the specific features of a particular register (motherese or Langage LAE addressed to the child), or through exchanges that take place in the interaction between the child and a more competent third party, or both.

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