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Prise en charge, "commitment" ou scène énonciative

Denis Paillard
Langue Française
No. 162, la notion de « prise en charge » en linguistique (JUIN 2009), pp. 109-128
Published by: Armand Colin
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41639661
Page Count: 20
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Abstract

Taking his bearings from A. Culioli, Denis Paillard outlines a framework for analysis within which the utterance, qua arrangement of linguistic forms, 'stages' the relations between agents (speaker/addressee), a content, and the world. These extremely varied relations must be calculated. The agents are defined as 'enunciative positions', and any relevant state of affairs is considered only from the angle of what the utterance says about it, i.e. through a biased partial representation, grounded in the speaker's perception. In the final part of the paper, the author examines how three types of discourse markers help build the referential value of an utterance.

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