Sémantique du discours scientifique de Pierre Bourdieu Kabylie, Algérie, Béarn, France

Abstract : This work proposes a semantic reading of Pierre Bourdieu's scientific discourse. Drawing on interpretative semantics as a theoretical model, this research uses a series of investigations of a corpus classified according to the sociologist's empirical fields. This classification allows having four sub-corpus which correspond to the Kabylia, colonial Algeria, the peasant Bearn and contemporary France. Relying on the hypothesis of the social transformation, the semantic description shows that the global corpus can be read as a dialectical sequence articulating three periods: the world before the transformation (Kabylia), the world during transformation (Algeria, Béarn) and the world after transformation (France). All along the research, a variety of interpretive and inter-textual processes are highlighted within and among the different parts of the corpus
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Ali Belghanem. Sémantique du discours scientifique de Pierre Bourdieu Kabylie, Algérie, Béarn, France. Linguistique. Université de Lorraine, 2013. Français. ⟨NNT : 2013LORR0212⟩. ⟨tel-02074911⟩

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