Le français parlé au XXIème siècle - Volume 2: Normes et variations dans les discours et en interaction

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Ces actes de colloque en deux volumes présentent un bilan des études actuellement menées sur le français oral, en termes de questions méthodologiques, syntaxiques, morphologiques, phonologiques, lexicales et discursives. Ce deuxième volume s'intéresse aux études sur les marqueurs et sur la construction du discours. La réflexion porte ensuite sur la place de la langue orale dans l'enseignement et l'apprentissage du français langue étrangère.
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Editions L'Harmattan
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Jan 1, 2008
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Pages
226
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ISBN
9782296185364
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French
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Language Arts & Disciplines / Linguistics / General
Literary Criticism / General
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Michaël Abecassis
The first part of this volume, La Francophonie ou l'éloge de la diversité, is devoted to “Francophone cinema, between Bollywood and Hollywood.” What in particular does Francophone cinema have to offer compared with American or Indian cinema? What more does Francophone cinema have to offer? What genres does it prefer? For what audience? The second part deals with the promotion of diversity in Francophone countries, taking into consideration the cultural aspects of Francophonie in the 21st century, the linguistic description of systems in contact, tracing the historical stages which have led to the creation of this locus of cultural diversity, and focusing finally on university cooperation and Franco-British scientific research.

This book brings together contributions by outstanding authors who gathered in Oxford in October 2010 at the Maison française, including:

Louis-Jean Calvet: Professor at the University of Provence. In collaboration with the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie, he works on language policy, particularly the struggle to maintain linguistic diversity.

Bernard Cerquiglini: Rector of the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie. An eminent linguist and specialist on the French language, Bernard Cerquiglini is known as the “Professor” from TV5 Monde’s Merci Professeur!

Philippe Lane is the Cultural Attaché at the French Embassy in London.

Gudrun Ledegen: Sociolinguist, Lecturer in Linguistics at the Université de la Réunion. She specialises in contact between French and Creole in La Réunion.

The discussion is complemented by contributions by Maryse Bray, Karine Chevalier, Anne-Caroline Fiévet, Hélène Gill, Amélie Hien, Gaëlle Planchenault and Alena Podhorná-Polická.

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