Query : Finnois
- Peltola, Rea3
- Duvallon, Outi2
- Anna-Maija Poikkeus1
- Anttila, Veikko1
- Audrey, Roig1
- Cavaillé, Jean-Pierre1
- Forsskåhl, Mona1
- Havu, Jukka1
- Heikki Lyytinen1
- Hellerstedt, Maria1
- Holttinen Tuuli1
- Jane Erskine1
- Jeannin, Magali1
- Kenneth Eklund1
- Kimmo Kettunen1
- Leimu, Pekka1
- Lemeur, Gaëlanne1
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology3
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences3
- Political Science2
- Biological Anthropology1
- Gender Studies1
Chapter 1. Mikael Agricola, the great farmer
will certainly hear Finnish Celui, who in our hearts sees it. Mikael Agricola Il was once, in Finland, a translator whose reach was hardly beyond the borders of his native country. However, his merits were bright. Mikael Agricola (v. 1510-1557) — his name — is known as a reformist, Bishop of Turku,...
Turvallisuus, algae, väestö: hallinnallisuuden historia, College of Francen luennot 1977-1978/Michel Foucault
Suomentanut Antti Paakkari; Edited by François Ewald and Alessandro Fontana by Michel Senellart Trad. in Finnish: Security, territory, population: courses at the College of France (1977-1978)/Michel Foucault; edition established under the leadership of François Ewald and Alessandro Fontana; by Miche...
Adjectivity. Descriptive approaches to adjectival linguists, Franck Neveu, Audrey Roig (eds), Berlin, De Gruyter
Result of a syntax process, adjectivity refers to the adjectival use of a lexical unit. It partly covers the phenomenon of adjectivation, which refers more specifically to the morphological transformation of a word into an adjective, permitted in particular by the mechanism of derivation. Adjectivit...
The category of participants in French and Finnish
The participants are traditionally considered to fall within the categories of adjectives and verbs. In order to be more precise, the category of participants should be considered either as a hybrid category or as a dual category. In one case, the participants are not adjectives or verbs, but both a...
Évolutions de l'ethnologie
`titrebZusammenfassung`/titrebIn seinem Artikel, der 1988 veröffentlicht wurde, dann von Pekka Leimu ergänzt und auf den neuesten Stand gebracht wurde, stellt Veikko Antilla (1929-1990) die Entwicklung der finnischen Ethnologie dar. Die Ethnologie entstand in Finnland in der zweiten Hälfte des 19. J...
Where the Wild Things Are
Translating picture books is a many-splendored thing: it includes not only the relationship between the verbal and the visual (images and other elements) but also issues like reading aloud and child images. In the following, while mainly concentrating on the visual, I will deal with the other questi...
Finnish and Swedish in Finnish: comparative linguistic standardisation
Finland is officially a bilingual State, its two national languages being Finnish (spoken by 92% of the population) and Swedish (6%). The main normative institution, the Institute for the Languages of Finland, hosts the Language Boards and the Language Offices for both languages. These public servic...
Concessional statements in Finnish: hypothesis on the transition from virtual to real
Collection of articles from the 26th Colloquium of CerLiCO, Language Circle of the Centre de l’Ouest, held at University Michel de Montaigne-Bordeaux 3 on 1 and 20 June 2012. Under the leadership of Catherine Moreau, Jean Albrespit and Frédéric Lambert.Other title: Diversity of languages and metalin...
The imperative and the discursive zoom: the concentrating particle “vaan” in positive and negative injunctions in Finnish
This communication aims to examine the interaction between the mandatory shape and the (vaan) focal particle in Finnish injunctions. We will analyse the sequential position of the injunctive statement and how vaan guides the interpretation of expectations implicitly or explicitly present in the cont...
The road to the audible: the dynamic structure of perception by the verbs ‘ibhöras’/ib (Swedish) and ‘ibkuulua’/ib (Finnish) ‘be audible’
The study focuses on the verbs höras, in Swedish, and kuulua, in Finnish, expressing the audible. The aim is to reflect the semantic structure of audibility and dynamic conceptualisation of the hearing event, based on the profiling concept and the path diagram from cognitive language. Both verbs are...
Fantastic and science-fiction in France, Estonia and Finland (19 and 20 November 2010, Finnish Institute, Paris)
On 19 and 20 November 2010, the Colloquium Le fantastic and science-fiction in France, Estonia and Finland took place at the Finnish Institute in Paris. Organised by the Estonian and Finnish sections of INALCO, the Centre d’études de l’Europe Midane (CEEM — INALCO), the Finnish Institute and CIEH CI...
Query strategies in a tobacco office and its Finnish equivalent R-kioski
This article examines the ways in which queries are produced in two different crop languages, French and Finnish. More specifically, the study focuses on verbal and non-verbal queries in a French tobacco office and in its Finnish equivalent R-kioski. These are therefore daily commercial interactions...
National Higher School of Decoration Arts. Student memories [1/8]
Reference 20140084/1-20140084/105 Level of description Archive Fund titled Diplômies, trainees and free listeners of the National Higher School of Decorative Arts Dates extremes 1987-2006 Name of the main producers National Higher School of Decorative Arts Material importance 12.2 m or 38 DIMAB Docu...
Development of children at familial risk for dyslexia before school age
Le developpement d’enfants a risque familial de dyslexie avant l’âge scolaireDans l’etude longitudinale de la dyslexie de Jyvaskyla, le developpement d’enfants a risque de dyslexie (103 enfants nes de familles dont un membre de 1er ou de 2e degre presente une dyslexie) est compare a celui d’enfants...
The religion of Queen Cristina of Sweden, from her childhood to the times of her conversion
How to Do lexical Quality Estimation of a Large OCRed Historical Finnish Newspaper Collection with scarce Resources
The National Library of Finland has been digitised and made available in Finland between 1771 and 1910 (Bremer-Laamanen 2014; Kettunen et al. 2014). This collection contains approximately 1.95 million pages in Finnish and Swedish. The Finnish part of the collection consists of about 2.40 billion wor...
Bilingualism in children. Study of a case of simultaneous early bilingualism between Finland and Finland.
this book offers a course of observation and reflection on bilingualism through the language practices of a French-Finnish child between the ages of 1 and 5. The recording of a large number of statements produced by the child serves as a basis for this study, which focuses on several points: (1) the...
Meeting with Markus Majaluoma at the IUFM Caen
In connection with the Caen annual Nordic Culture Festival, the Caen IUFM received on 15 November 2012 the Finnish Markus Majaluoma, author of inter alia Benjamin escapades and Louise and Victor series. Despite the language barrier and the time lag caused by the simultaneous French-Finnish translati...
Foreignization in news translation Metaphors in Russian translation on the news translation website InoSMI
Journalistic texts, as a rule, contain a considerable number of metaphorically used expressions. This paper investigates the handling of metaphors in Russian translations of journalistic texts in order to reveal the different translation strategies used by the translators. The research is conducted...
Professionalism, Internationalism, Universalism
Based on anthropological research with Finnish medical professionals of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) who have worked in war and conflict zones around the world, this essay examines the politics and ethics of neutrality, internationalism and professionalism. These are considere...