Query : politique et politesse
- Chachoua, Kamel1
- Daniela LINGURARU1
- Duchesne, Sophie1
- Fracchiolla, Béatrice1
- Gonzalez-Quijano, Yves1
- Gutleben, Christian1
- Mouffe, Bernard1
- Nowakowska, Aleksandra1
- ROMAIN, CHRISTINA1
- Sorlin, Sandrine1
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences3
- Communication Sciences2
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology1
- Gender Studies1
- Cultural Heritage and Museology1
Pierre Bourdieu et l’Algérie : Le savant et la politique
International audience Based on the ethno-sociological studies conducted by Pierre Bourdieu between the late 1950s and the early sixties on war-driven Algeria, this article analyses critically the notion, widely held by both the media and academia, that Pierre Bourdieu's public interventions on the...
Réflexions pour une élaboration d'une charte éthique des relations interdiscursives : le cas de la messagerie universitaire
International audience Reflections on the development of an ethical charter of interdenterous relations: the case of university messaging Introduction Our first question was to understand and analyze the phenomena of verbal violence found in email exchanges between more than two people in institutio...
Pleasure between utility and pleasure. Ways of learning about the quality of early childhood
in Esprit, n° 234
Political talk: wearing a front or a mask?
the article presents a review of the modal tags that mark the political discourse of the candidates Traian Băsescu and Adrian Năstase during the 2004 presidential campaign. The corpus consists essentially of the political discourses present in the television programme Seara pre- edin- Le Soirée des...
Bleak Humour: Jonathan Coe’s Politeness of Despair in The Rotters’ Club
What appears striking about Jonathan Coe’s humour in The Rotters’ Club (2001) is how different or separate it is from postmodernism’s textual or ontological playfulness such as defined by Linda Hutcheon, Lance Olsen or Patrick O’Neil. The Rotters’ Club is, among others, a social and historical novel...
The right to lies
on the side of the pernicious lies (that of fraud) are a series of unofficial or legitimate lies, ranging from pungent lies (that of living, politeness, biensity, etc. as a social lubricant) to lies in attack or defence, to ‘true’ political lies, mythomania or self-lies (cognitive dissonance). A lar...
Towards a theorising discourse
In the history of human relations, seduction occupies a fundamental place, as it causes one type of relationship to another which is more ‘mild’ than the physical violence it has sometimes replaced. This introduction offers an attempt to theorist discourse, to be understood here in a broad sense, fr...
Small arrangements between friends! Announcements...
Guido Fierlbeck has the privilege to translate CPA banknotes into German, which he believes deserves this exercise. In turn, I would like to give him a courtesy by sending you to his Arabic Language and Culture site, where you will find texts in Goethe’s language, but also in English, which compleme...
Political interview or questioning? The pragmatic use of the question set out in the political interview in France and Poland
Our work aims to study the act of questioning in the gender political interview (Clayman and Heritage 2002, Eliott, Heritage and McDonald 2006), and more specifically the argumentation of what we call, in support of Nowakowska and Bres 2011, the mediated counterdiscursive question (MCQ). There are t...