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Analyse contrastive des discours télévisuels français et allemand : le journal télévisé

Abstract : From a corpus whose particularly worked out transcript is enclosed, this study upholds the thesis that if french and german news are se different and it's almost unthinkable to transpose a model from a country to the other, it's because their ennunciative marks, whether linguistic or semiotic, belong to two radically constrasting ways of doing things. After defining its fields in the various theories of communication, semiotics and linguistics, this research - which therefore isn't an analysis of contein but an analysis of marks, pictures and language - examines the deixis (i, here, now) of the tv message. In france the text as well as the picture are utterly funneled through the annoncer's personnal point of view whereas their german colleagues are as little committed as possible. It's probably the consequence of the strict discrimination between news and commentary prevailing in germany ever since 1945. To conclude with, one can assert that the german tv news are of a referential type whereas french tv news are more like a phatic model
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Philippe Viallon. Analyse contrastive des discours télévisuels français et allemand : le journal télévisé. Linguistique. Université Paul Verlaine - Metz, 1990. Français. ⟨NNT : 1990METZ001L⟩. ⟨tel-01775849⟩



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