Query : Parlers jeunes
- Léglise, Isabelle2
- Bouvier, Jean-Claude1
- Bulot, Thierry1
- de Féral, Carole1
- Devilla, Lorenzo1
- Dominique Caubet1
- Dupuis, Marie-Régine1
- Emmanuelle, Guerin1
- Fourar, Fatima Zohra1
- Gadet, Françoise1
- Ledegen, Gudrun1
- Leroy, Marie1
- Marie Madeleine Bertucci1
- Miguel Addisu, Véronique,1
- Sibille Jean1
- Trimaille, Cyril1
- Architecture and Space Management2
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences2
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology1
- Art and Art History1
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Influence of the generational variable on language interactions : linguistic changes and cultural conflicts between generations in Algeria and France
The interactions and living together of generations aim to the sharing of public places and living spaces, on the scale of a family, a city, a social or cultural framework. But this does not prevent that there may be changes in the transmission of values and intergenerational traditions, with the in...
“Young parlers”: a useful invention?
the categorisation of ‘young people’/‘youth language’, which has been used by some (socio) linguists for some 15 years, is the result of a dual stigmatisation, social and linguistic. There are ‘young people’ who differ from ‘others’, in particular in their ways of speaking. These have specific featu...
Syntax variations in French spoken by teenagers in French Guiana and Réunion: testimonies from outskirts
The work on young parlers in metropolitan France has shown many variations. The latter were mainly studied from a lexical and sometimes phonetic perspective. In addition, there has been a broad focus on the attitudinal and representative aspects. On the other hand, young parlers have been barely ana...
Reactions by Thierry Bulot to the article by Gudrun Ledegen “Young parlers” in rural areas in La Réunion: a pre-survey of the report to the city by young people in work integration
Insults and verbal toys among ‘young people’: the view of urban mediators
We look at the issue of insults and verbal games among young people of school age, based on interviews and observations with urban mediators. We look at mediators’ language practices and their statements on these issues, in particular as regards the definition, inside or outside peer groups, of word...
From baba (papa) to the mother, parallel jobs in Moroccan Arabic and youth in France
The aim of this article is to bring together jobs in Moroccan Arabic, an euphemistic replacement, baba and papa, to mitigate invectives and threats, and recent jobs in the young words of ‘her mother’. That term is also used as a support, which is syntactically constructed as a complement to an objec...
Studies of urban youth parlers in France: Elements for an inventory
Peasants in front of local parlers
In the Drôme, local parlers are in decline as elsewhere: limited to certain sectors of social life, they are actually used only for peasants aged over 60-65. But sociological and psycho-ethnic factors complicate and frustrate the rational process of disappearance of these parlers. Young people, for...
Young parlers and rap in La Réunion: case Study
The words Occitan of Chiomonte (Italy): linguistic and sociolinguistic situation (in contact with Italian, French, Piedmont and Francoorigine)
Le speaking occitan from Chiomonte (Italy): linguistic and sociolinguistic situation (in contact with Italian, French, Piedmont and Francovençal) The Haute Vallée de Suse (or Vallée d’Oulx), on the Italian side of the Montgenèvre neck, and the High Cluson Valley, were formerly an integral part of Da...
The young parlers in the multicultural Ile-de-France (2017), a book coordinated by Françoise Gadet, leaves in the ‘Le essentiel’ collection, where the author had already published La Variation Sociale in French (2003, and 2007 for the second edition) and Le Française in contact with other languages...
Françoise Gadet, Emmanuelle Guerin (dir.), ‘Ordinary parlers, young parlers. Terrains, data, theorisations’, Langage and Society, No 154, 2015
This issue of Langage and Society offers a dossier dealing with sociolinguistic theories and epistemology, based on a set of research into what some commonly call ‘young parlers’, and even more generally ‘ordinary parlers’. From the outset, the plural of these words refers to the discussions about t...
Memories of immigration. Proposals for a sociolinguistic study of young people in sensitive urban cities in contemporary France/Memories of immigration. Proposals for a sociolinguistic study of young people sociolects in sensitive urban cities in contemporary France
Summary: The article assumes that young people in sensitive urban cities in contemporary France require a holistic and multidisciplinary approach because of their complexity. Starting from two corpus, the article first sets up a general, multidisciplinary theoretical framework designed to understand...
Ordinary parlers, young parlers. Terrain, data, theorisations