Les écoles françaises de linguistique anglaise (1967-1992)

Abstract : This study aims at defining the specificity and unity of theoretical approaches dedicated to the linguistic study of English developed in France in the last thirty years. It encompasses psychomecanics, as elaborated by Gustave Guillaume and André Joly, Antoine Culioli's enunciative model and Henri Adamczewski's metaoperational model. Those utterer-centered approaches rely on the concept of operation, which is the main concept analysed here. Those models belong to the same paradigm defined as the search for invariants modelised in terms of operation. After an epistemological introduction and a historical perspective, each theoretical model is presented, with a special emphasis on their central concepts. Afterwards, lexicology somehow accounts for the ambiguity of "operation" and "énonciation", which offers an introduction to the questionable concept of "énonciation" as opposed to its possible translations into English (utterance). The last part deals with the traces allegedly left by the enunciative operations in the uttering process. They have different morphological statuses and fall into several types of more or less materialistic representation. Those different conceptions can account for the conflict between "operators" and "markers", two names given to those traces.
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Nicolas Ballier. Les écoles françaises de linguistique anglaise (1967-1992) . Linguistique. Université de Paris X- Nanterre, 1997. Français. ⟨tel-01277490⟩

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