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Le continuum oralité/littératie à l’épreuve d’un genre de discours médiatique, l’entretien culturel

Abstract : This article proposes to reexamine the communication continuum (between orality and writing) on the basis of two interviews in the cultural domain (the masterclasses given by Amélie Nothomb and Eric Reinhardt) with the aim of testing the parameters (“the situational and cultural determining factors”, Koch & Oesterreicher 2001, p. 586). The theoretical rethinking of micro- and macro-syntax elaborated by the Fribourg research group in terms of a dynamic interaction between the two provides a very efficient analytical model for going beyond the usual dichotomies between a narrow and a discursive syntax. Several extracts from the interviews are analysed through the application of the Fribourg model (Groupe de Fribourg, 2012) and the identification of the “paradigmatic” linearity of the fragments of discourse produced. After revealing the discursive strategies of the two authors, the article concludes by questioning the conflict between orality and literacy as it can be observed in the discursive strategy of each writer.
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Jing Hong, Caroline Masseron. Le continuum oralité/littératie à l’épreuve d’un genre de discours médiatique, l’entretien culturel. Pratiques : linguistique, littérature, didactique, Centre de recherche sur les médiations (Crem) - Université de Lorraine 2019, oralité, littératie, 183-184, https://journals.openedition.org/pratiques/7068. ⟨10.4000/pratiques.7068⟩. ⟨hal-03048017⟩

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