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Fragments of the future : the book to come and its announcement on the edges of the modern regime of historicity (16th/20th centuries) : a social poetics of the project
This dissertation aims at examining the issue of the imagined book while avoiding its characterization in terms of failure, incompleteness, loss and spectre, which are prevalent in contemporary literary studies. As it approaches the diverse phenomenon of the imagined book on the basis of its deliber...
The child’s understanding of the intention of the advertising message
The central purpose of this article is to show how an integrated, multidisciplinary model can give an account of the child’s understanding of the advertising message. The model is based on the consideration of the message as acto-de-habla-global and its cognitive representation by the recipient, as...
The French spoken in the education of the FLE The French spoken in the education of the FLE: The case of the presentation is with learners and teachers
The interest in French spoken in the teaching of French foreign language is not new. From the direct method at the beginning of the twentieth century to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, the teaching of French has evolved considerably, taking account in particular of the achi...
The past and future challenges of imaginary
The concept of imaginary has been able to access a critical understanding when it has been possible to isolate discrete elements (called mythemes) in mythology by enabling analysis. Mythums form the basis of myths, matrices of human imagination. However, these myths do not have a status comparable t...
Summary of the speech — World Congress of Science Politics (IPSA) — Montreal — July 2014
Julie Voldoire will address the IPSA Congress for its 2014 edition in Montreal around a communication entitled: ‘Replicating inequalities within a participatory democracy framework: the User Committee of a Municipal Social Action Centre (CCAS), summarised as follows: “This Communication aims to anal...
Public sphere(s) of televised debates in Cameroon : constitution, actors and economy(s) of production
The present work deals with the hypothesis of the constitution of a public sphere with the development of televised debates in Cameroon. It is based on a corpus of 227 issues of Canal Presse and Droit de réponse from 2012 to 2017 and on semi-structured interviews with invited actors and presenters o...
When they have the right to speak and be named: the female speech reported in the Estoria of Espanna
Indirect and multi-voice testimonies
Since the late 1970s, the testimony has become a central object of research as well as of the practices of contemporary western societies. It is at that time that, under the influence of theories of speech which, because they emphasise the mediation effects specific to any act of language, call into...
Speech on Ireland’s adherence to the laws of the Parliament of England
The famous pamphlet of physician and philosophsopher William Molyneux, born and dead in Dublin (1656-1698), The Case of Ireland being bound by acts of Parliament to England Stated (1698) or Speech on Ireland’s reliance on the laws of the Parliament of England, is, through his vision of the historica...
The ontology of social affairs: An approximation from John Searle
The present thesis, ‘The ontology of social affairs. An approximation from John Searle’, is the first work in the Spanish language on John Searle’s theory of social reality. We focused mainly on two aspects of its vast theoretical production: the theory of language, on the one hand; and the theory o...
The complaint by the battu dog, or the disenchantment poetry (1991-2013) by Michel Houellebecq
This is a study of Michel Houellebecq’s officials, in keeping with the aims and the framework of sociocritic (Duchet, Robin, Popovic). Each of its three chapters explores a research that has been required by its presence in the work: urban life, social life and the city’s cities. The main hypothe is...
The perception of speech in noise: a challenge for linguistics and audiological evaluation (experimental study)
This work presents the results of a research project between the PHONAK Child Programme and UNED, the objective of which was to develop materials to assess the ability to discriminate against speech in noise by children with hearing loss. In this context, the relationship between speech intelligibil...
The work of a specialist educator
Specialised education seems to have broken down. At the forefront of the social crisis, educators are often dismissed. Sometimes passive consumers of a broken culture (psychology, sociology, law, economics), who are implementing increasingly disparate social policies, ask about the meaning of their...
Exploring change conversations with external stakeholders through leadership rhetoric
How leaders communicate with their external stakeholders in times of organisational change? The aim of this frontier research is to present empirically a linguistic approach for a better understanding of the nature of communication of change. The model of change conversations (Ford and Ford, 1995) a...
Contributions from decolonial thinking to political psychology
The beginning of studies on subjectivity and identity in the western world goes hand in hand with the beginning of Humanities and, as a consequence, Psychology. Traditionally, they have originated from a historical development based in Europe, where the development of thinking and the increasing emp...
The women’s gaze and the speech of power in ‘The voice of the headscarves’ and ‘H.I.J.O.S: the soul in two’ by Carmen Guarini
Genealogy of light philosophy: from Nietzsche to post-colonial thinking
National audience, postcolonial thinking is a critical epistemology — which can be described as radical — which stems from the civilising mission of colonialism, its matrix and its legacy. Contrary to what the prefix of the post-colonial term suggests, that reflection cannot in any way be reduced to...
Expressive speech synthesis beyond the level of the sentence : the children tale usecase : tale corpora design and analysis for expressive speech synthesis
The aim of this thesis is to propose ways to improve the expressiveness of speech synthesis systems. One of the central propositions of this work is to define, use and measure the impact of linguistic structures operating beyond the sentence level, as opposed to approaches operating on sentences out...
When children return migrants: girl in custody in Mexico and dislocation of the human rights speech
Summary This article aims to argue and substantiate the dislocation of the human rights narrative with regard to the migrant girl detained in Mexico. To this end, it first theoretically explores the dislocation of human rights discourse towards migrants. Second, it analyses the construction of the h...
A communication analysis of management and control tools. What input for organisational communications research?
this article aims to show what communication analysis of management and control tools in organisations can help to understand the mechanisms through which these tools help to structure organisations and to analyse organisational communications in general. It is based on an analysis of communications...
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...
Property rights to property rights: note under TGI Paris 3e ch., 15 January 2015 Appeal No 14/13168
Chronic ‘Copyright and related rights’ A hate speech cannot be justified by parody
Pre-requisite claims: They are Basílium and their speech to young people about Greek letters
The Youth Speech on how to take advantage of the Greek Cesareia Baslium Leters is a text of great historical importance and has served, especially in the Renaissance, as a justification for the adoption of the Pay Literature in Christian environments. This article makes an analysis of the text focus...
Technical and cultural difficulties in public electronic procurement: A case study at a federal educational institution
The purpose of this research was to identify how the e-procurement systems set up by the government in the national scenario are helping to reduce the length of proceedings, allowing for greater transparency and greater economy; it focused on analysing the technical and cultural difficulties faced b...
A Comparative Analysis of English and Croatian Translations of Stieg Larsson's Män som hatar kvinnor
The theme of the diploma work is a comparative analysis of the English and Croatian translations of Stieg Larsson’s best-sellers deckare Män as hate speech for women. At the beginning, Stieg Larsson is presented as author, his predecessor and its style and linguistic characteristics. It must also be...