S'engager en conversation : étude expérimentale de l’engagement illocutoire en conversation

Abstract : As a prototypical form of verbal interaction, conversation is mainly based on non literal meanings. The problem at issue focuses on the link between the speaker and a certain type of non literal speech act: the conversational implicatures: the theory of illocutionary commitment (Daniel Vanderveken, 1985). Born of the philosophy of language, provides concepts which allow to make this question operational. an experience, based on these notions and on a criterion of incoherence of a speaker who denies the non literal speech act concerned, produces significant results on the speaker's commitment to these conversational implicatures, to the more precise, the gradual aspect of this commitment is put forward. More generally, this work contributes to a set of studies aimed to use notions of speech acts' theory in discourse analysis.
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Christian Brassac. S'engager en conversation : étude expérimentale de l’engagement illocutoire en conversation. Psychologie. Université Nancy 2, 1992. Français. ⟨NNT : 1992NAN21009⟩. ⟨tel-01776757⟩

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