Query : contact de langues
- Guérin, Maximilien9
- Chamoreau, Claudine6
- Léglise, Isabelle6
- Quint, Nicolas5
- Biichlé, Luc3
- NICOLAÏ, Robert3
- Petitmengin, Claire3
- Adamou, Evangelia2
- Biloa, Edmond2
- Bitbol, Michel2
- Bornes-Varol, Marie-Christine2
- Catherine Leclerc2
- Fandio Ndawouo, Martine,2
- Gbanou, Sélom K.2
- Loiseau, Sylvain2
- Migge, Bettina2
- Molinié, Muriel2
- Napala, Kuwèdaten2
- Oustinoff, Michaël2
- Souag, Lameen2
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology35
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences26
- Political Science16
- Art and Art History9
- Cultural Heritage and Museology9
- Gender Studies8
- Methods and Statistics7
- Communication Sciences6
- Musicology and Performing Arts6
- Biological Anthropology4
- Archaeology and Prehistory4
- Classical Studies3
Turkish spoken in transnational families (Antioch, Paris, Berlin)
International audience Due to its history and geographical position, Turkey is multiethnic, multicultural and multilingual (Andrews 1989;Virtanen 2003)andso is the region of Antioch (Doǧruel 2013)which is anArabic-Turkish bilingual region since its attachment to Turkey in 1939.The linguistic situati...
Language contact and description constraints: epistemological reflections on ‘limits’, starting from the northern songhay
In so far as I note that the perception, description and analysis of phenomena is partly constrained by its history, I will introduce the subject by a number of historical considerations by comparing two concepts which appear to be neighbouring, but nevertheless indistinguishable, to each other: tha...
For an approach to tactile perceptions in speech
This work focuses on a set of 135 short texts of testimony and imagination. It seeks to refute the apriorical argument that tactile sensations are little or non-communicable because some, if not all, languages do not have the necessary elements for their expression. Despite a lesser variety of tempe...
John J. Gumperz’s lessons for the sociolinguistic creative languages
Creolists have long been wondering about the social and linguistic arrangements for developing creative languages in slavery societies resulting from the European colonial expansion. Contemporary, they try to describe the language practices in these companies. On both topics, Gumperz’s work provides...
The challenges of international standardisation of the digitisation of writing and French, ownership of Unicode
'titrebRésumé’/titrebThe French language has always evolved in multilingual environments, in France and in the world. Being in contact with other languages is not an exceptional linguistic situation, but French allows a wide range of people to engage in international cultural, economic and political...
From the concept of ‘exolingual communication’ to the opposition ‘endolingual speakers/exolingual speakers’: the example of the Mexican Francophonie.
it is proposed to justify a transfer of a concept from the field of acquisitionist language to that of sociolinguistic language contacts. This is the endolingual/exolingual opposition intended to characterise exolingual communication in a language that is L1 only of one of the interlocutors. In the...
Simple past, perfect and aorist: French, Romanian, Valac and Serbian
The aim in this article is to show how a semantic unit — the event according to DesKeys’ theory Guentchéva (1997, 2003, 2011) — is developed using several languages or language varieties: French, Serbian, Romanian and Valac. The expression of the event is most often represented by the word forms tha...
Elements of general dialectology.
dialectology has long suffered from relative isolation in the humanities, due both to the nature of its objects (stigmatised dialects or patois) and to its historical integration into the language sciences. However, at first sight, this marginal discipline has gradually become central to the science...
Aux sources de la métrique quantitative (ʿarūḍ) kurde
يعود نظام العروض الكردي إلى العروض العربي وإرثه الخليلي. مع ذلك وفي أغلب الأحيان يرجع الشعراء الأكراد الكلاسيكيون إلى الشعر الفارسي، وانطلاقا من ذلك فإن السؤال الذي نطرحه هو الآتي : هل استعمل الشعر الكردي العروض بسبب اتّصاله المباشر بالشعر العربي الكلاسيكي أم باتصاله بالشعر الفارسي الذي لعب دور الوس...
Introduction to research and action: arrangements for a practical theoretical approach
The article proposes to present a general definition of research and action in order to highlight the characteristics of this process, which helps teachers to equip themselves with the means to improve their practice and reflect on their pedagogy. Research and action enables practitioners, while rem...
The code-switching wolof-arabic in Senegal : sociolinguistic approach
The purpose of this study is to identify all the linguistic and extralinguistic facts that favor the code-switching wolof-arabic in Senegal. Being at the origin of the borrowing and code-switching, the contact of languages has always favored bilingualism in a given geographical area. The encounter o...
El tema elegido es un reto, la manera elegida para abordarlo también lo es. Si bien la noción de dinámica lingüística fue inicialmente desarrollada en el marco de la lingüística funcional (Martinet 1975, 1982, 1989; Croft 1990, 1995), en la actualidad no todos los trabajos relativos a la dinámica li...
Contact the gods in two languages. The case of epicles in the bilingual phenician and Greek inscriptions
The culture-related epidemics associated with divin names are powerful signs of relational logic that organise the ‘society’ of the gods. They refer to the functions, shared or specific, of the many gentles, of their layout in the panthons, and they anchor them in symbolic and concrete territories....
Na (Mosuo)-Chinese-French dictionary [version for French-language readers]
This is the French version of a dictionary documenting the lexicon of the Na language (nɑ˩-ʐwɤ˥) as spoken in and around the plain of Yongning, located in Southwestern China, at the border between Yunnan and Sichuan, at a latitude of 27°50’ N and a longitude of 100°41’ E. This language is known loca...
Multilingual language practices and language boundaries
After being regarded as marginal phenomena occurring during complexifications of monolingual ‘normal’ situations, multilingual language practices were mainly analysed from the perspective of codeswitching. However, this implies the identification of languages that are in contact in generally bilingu...
Contribution of the assessment of language skills in the work of psychologists to migrant children
The assessment of language skills provides valuable information to psychologists when they encounter children who grow up in contact with several languages and cultures. The psychological issues involved in speaking a particular language can be important and know to what extent a child can understan...
The Failure of the Germano-Persian Kinship. Around the Polyglot Bible L'échec de la parenté germano-persane. Autour de la Bible polyglotte
peer reviewed We consider how the idea of a Germano-Persian kinship was rejected particularly in the British circle of scholars centered on Brian Walton’s Polyglot Bible, (1654). We first treat of the context and main issues of a discovery which could have opened the road to a precursor of modern In...
Still the humble philology
Salmon Gilbert-Lucien. Always humble philology. In: Onomastic and contact languages. Acts of the Strasbourg onomastic Colloquium (September 1991) Paris: French company of onomastics, 1992. pp. 195-201. (Acts of the Colloquies of the Société Française d’onomastique, 7)
John J. Gumperz’s lessons for the sociolinguistic creole languages
This article looks at the contributions of social dialectology and interactional sociolingualism from J. Gumperz to sociolinguistic creole languages. The concepts of language contact, linguistic community and verbal repertoire as defined by Gumperz were discussed. French Codified alternance bodies/M...
Contribution to the grammar of the Kmhmouʔ language
This dissertation is a contribution to the description of Kmhmouʔ, a language with an oral tradition spoken in Laos. It presents the general characteristics of this language, which is among the less described languages of the region of Southeast Asia, as shown by the bibliography. Kmhmouʔ, an isolat...
Enseignement du français au Japon : enjeux et perspectives en contexte
‘From Breton to Gallo: semantic layers and loans "
Chauveau Jean-Paul. ‘From Breton to Gallo: semantic layers and loans”. (extract from the Acts of the XVIIth Congress of Linguistic and Philology Romans — Aix-en-Provence 1983), Vol. No 7, pp. 175-178, Publications of the University of Provence, 1985. In: Onomastic and contact languages. Acts of the...
Proposals for cataloguing data on languages in contact
Polygrammaticalisation of the predictive marker ‘na’ in wolof
Language attitudes, theoretical review and impact on foreign language teaching
The aim of this article is to carry out a general review of the field of language attitudes and, in particular, their applications in foreign language teaching. It starts with a disciplinary location of language attitudes, taking into account the main authors and theoretical lines. It also looks at...