Query : Discours spécialisés
- Gautier, Laurent6
- Condamines, Anne2
- Delagneau, Jean-Marc2
- Fries, Marie-Hélène2
- Alaoui Moretti, Setty,1
- Alves, Ieda,1
- Ana CRĂCIUNESCU1
- Aussenac-Gilles, Nathalie1
- Azoulai, Loïc1
- Banks, David1
- Béjoint, Henri1
- Bertin, Jean-Claude1
- Bittencourt, Andressa1
- Blanc, Jérôme1
- Blanco Xavier1
- Blumenthal Peter1
- Bonnet, Valérie1
- Boulton, Alex1
- Brasseur, Pierre1
- Caeiro, Alexandre1
- Communication Sciences13
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences12
- Gender Studies8
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology6
- Economies and Finances3
- Cultural Heritage and Museology3
- Methods and Statistics3
- Architecture and Space Management2
- Art and Art History2
- Political Science2
- Environmental studies1
- Musicology and Performing Arts1
Translating the blurring? The translation of legal standards between terminology and discursive semantic
[Problematics and objectives] This Communication, which is part of the “international norms” axis of the day of study, has traditionally its starting point in the intrinsic links between law and language. Instantiated at terminological level, they lead to legal terminology being presented as soluble...
Develop a guided learner empowerment in French for specific purposes : towards a web-based learning
This research lies at the intersection of four different areas: French for specific purposes; discourse analysis; learner autonomy and web based learning. We’ve collected a corpus which provided data for designing contextualized discursive activities exploiting the web (web-based learning : web as a...
Enseignement du français au Japon : enjeux et perspectives en contexte
Climate representations in the English-speaking press: the construction of a metaphoric interspeech
The press is, by its very nature, an intertextual speech made up of explicit quotes, but also more implicit references placing it in a complex interspeech. In particular, it is recognised that the media are largely inspired by each other, creating intertextual and prohibitive links between different...
Write ‘no’ in the margin of a dissertation: what are the training issues?
the article analyses the annotations entered in the copying margins produced during professional training of specialised institutes. The marks (No,?,!) studied in production are analysed as the traces of a particular, reactive communication, which for a moment disregards the reading of the proofread...
The powers of science: analysis of the assumed and effective powers of scientific culture in the social order
National audience This communication proposes an entry by an area rarely addressed in the sociology of culture: scientific and technical culture. Exhibited in museums dedicated to it and distributed via specialised media (magazines, books, games, vulgarisation programmes) or generalist — through the...
Presentation of SemDis Workshop 2014: distributive semantic for lexical substitution and exploration of specialised corpus
This is an introductory article to the actions of SemDis 2014, a workshop dedicated to methods of distributive semantic analysis, with a focus on the construction of distributive resources in French. He described the two tasks that had been proposed in the workshop: the first is a competitive lexica...
Diachronic approaches to specialised discourse and cultures
Nanomonde et Nouveau monde Nanomonde et Nouveau monde: Quelques métaphores clés pour analyser le discours sur les nanotechnologies aux États-Unis.
national audience Marie-Hélène Fries deals here with sciences-society reports in the New World and shows the usefulness of metaphors in helping non-specialists (both English teachers and the general public) to grasp the major challenges of scientific theories and thus to participate more easily in s...
Thalassotherapy, thermalism and well-being: From the semantic profile of the word well-being to discursive portraits of audiences
This study attempts to identify a semantic profile of the word ‘well-being’ in a particular field of activity: thalassotherapy and non-medicalised thermalism. A first corpus built on the keywords ‘thalassotherapy wellness’ entered into general (google.fr) and specialised sites (scholar.google.fr,...
Au nom du public : l'influence de la presse de programmes sur la télévision française
Through a history of the links between French television and TV listings magazines, this article aims at defining the circumstances in which those periodicals alternatively support and deter French TV.From their appearance in 1950 until the mid-60s, French TV guides help foster the commercial develo...
Les métaphores comme voie d’accès àl’anglais scientifique et technique.
Marie-Hélène Fries, dans son propos liminaire, a commencé par revenir sur les étapes principales de son itinéraire de recherche, qui lui permis d’explorer l’hypothèse selon laquelle les métaphores constitutives des théories scientifiques constituent un aspect fondamental pour la recherche en anglais...
IS REBUILDING A NATIONAL’S INTERNATIONAL IMAGE A QUESTION OF DISCOURSE? THE CONTROVERSIAL CASE OF RWANDA: A DESTINATION OF THE DARK
Black tourism, or republican tourism, is a contemporary form of niche tourism, which has recently become increasingly important among researchers, as well as in the practice of tourism. Rwanda reminds us of a multitude of facets that speech can give rise to at the socio-political level. The question...
The speciality languages and the discursive variation: a contrastive study of the reduction of complex terms
In the context of an Italian/French contrastive linguistic study on the phenomena of instability of complex terms belonging to different speciality languages, if attention is focused on language and computational study of the phenomenon of reducing complex terms in specialised discourses, different...
The French phraseology
The recent studies on the phraseological aspect in languages, and consequently fielding, are a reflexion that highlights the centrality of this aspect in the description of languages. Far from being limited to marginal language phenomena, as has often been seen in the grammatical and linguistic trad...
Enrich the footballistic corpus mark-up to increase documentaia1
This contribution aims to revisit the development over the last decade of two sets of footballistic comments — one of transcribed oral comments and the other of written sources — small but constructed in order to have a high exploratory performance. The aim of this return is to review the XML mark-u...
ANTONYMIE DANS LES DISCOURS SPÉCIALISÉS
<p>Notre hypothèse de travail est que l’antonymie se présente comme un phénomène qui transgresse le niveau de la composante phrastique, en s’installant dans la composante discursive. Elle nous apparaît comme une relation qui se manifeste à plusieurs niveaux de structuration du langage, depuis le niv...
Agreements and disagreements. Italy in the French discourse on music in the 18th century
We want to contribute to research on French-Italian cultural relations in music. In this case, we have formed a corpus of three specialised dictionaries and 15 musical methods and treaties published in France in the 18th century. With significant examples, we will show how Italians are represented t...
Automatic processing of medical terminology
‘titrebSummary’/titrebSpecialised speeches are characterised by specific terminology. As such, medicine has a special position, not only by the impressive number of terms at stake, but also by the international efforts already made to produce standardised terminologies. These terminologies play a ke...
The conduct of men and things? It must be exercised since the 19th century in Europe by mobilising ‘specialised knowledge’. Not by strict observance of the law, if not natural, or in the shade of Philoophia, but guided by ‘experience’. It is by no means a question of removing the most legitimate for...
The dictionary in all its states
The various contributions that make up this volume of Cahiers deal with the development of dictionaries, their content and their use in teaching/learning modern languages. It is clear from the texts that recent research in lexicology, semantic, terminology, speech analysis, corpus linguists, etc. ha...
Do It Yourself : a way to empower disabled bodies through digital fabrication ?
International audience This article explores the concept of empowerment and how it can be reached in disability-specialized FabLabs. These FabLabs indeed allow disabled people to build prosthetics by themselves, while developing an empowerment-centered speech. This speech develops a vision of indivi...
What transmission in the specialist educator’s intervention? What relation to the knowledge of the specialist educator? Clinical study: through the educators’ speeches
The issue of transmission is a point for discussion in specialised education. In the work of the specialist educator, is there a transmission? If there is a transmission, there is a knowledge. The question of how to relate knowledge to specialised educators is very complex. Through the speeches of s...
“Linguistic analysis of a corpus of criminal law: lexicometric analysis and interactive mapping of references”
Make sure you want to: Foucault, Freud and Imperial sexualities
In this article I would like to address two issues: on the one hand, the way Freud’s language became established in the general field of colonial studies and, more specifically, the sometimes complex coexistence between Sigmund Freud and Michel Foucault in analysing colonial racism. The freelance co...