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Linguistique variationniste et didactique de langues : réflexions sur les implications pédagogiques

Abstract : This thesis begins with a description of the institutional and intellectual settings in which the publications submitted were produced : the centre de recherches et d'applications pedagogiques en langues and the practise of "action-research". Next, it examines a notion common to all the works in question, that of variational linguistics, which rejects simplifications such as "the ideal speaker hearer" and focusses instead on the relationships between situation, discourse and social identity. This approach is illustrated with examples drawn from four different fields : 1) discourse analysis (interaction, non-verbal communication, the language of the classroom). 2) exolinguistic discourse (the negotiation of meaning, compensation strategies, pragmatic failure). 3) the learning process (cognitive models in ethnolinguistics, an anthropological model of social learning, learning styles). 4) bilingualism (communicative networks in bilingual families)
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Philip Riley. Linguistique variationniste et didactique de langues : réflexions sur les implications pédagogiques. Linguistique. Université Nancy 2, 1987. Français. ⟨NNT : 1987NAN21012⟩. ⟨tel-02319306⟩

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