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Ethos et mode de circulation des affects dans deux genres d’écrits numériques

Abstract : Based on the analysis of a huge e-mail and chat corpus, this paper examines how affects are setting in discourse of self on the Internet. Our purpose is to show that SIC studies, strongly involved in the debate over digital technology, would win to discuss the genres of discourse, in its discursive analysis way, as an argument that cannot be ignored because of its multi-semiotic determinations in screen-writing on suffering. Two kinds of speech will be observed, the e-mail and the chat, both are screen-writing but the discursive demonstrations of suffering ethos, as it will be seen on this attested corpus, take the form of two different mimesis mainly because of genre and temporality.
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Driss Ablali, Brigitte Wiederspiel. Ethos et mode de circulation des affects dans deux genres d’écrits numériques. Revue française des sciences de l'information et de la communication, Société Française des Sciences de l'Information et de la Communication, 2017, 11, pp.[En ligne]. ⟨10.4000/rfsic.2921⟩. ⟨hal-01690810⟩

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