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Pour une (socio)linguistique de l'action : le langage comme instrument de l'invention/négociation du monde. Exemple du débat télévisé

Abstract : The political debates on TV would be characterized by a set of practices and conflictual occurrences. The object of this article is to adopt another point of view: considering the confrontation between the interlocutors as a surface fact and showing that it is the result of a process of meaning co-construction as much as of a process of reality co-construction. The political debate on TV would be more the expression of interpersonal relationships within which, the interlocutors, in a conflictual interlocutory dynamics, co-build a common system of reference, that is to say, they build up a world that comes to life through the language and not a world that exists yet. The theoretical framework of this article is the work and tools developed by science studies, which then paves the way for a sociolinguistics of Action: the language considered as the instrument of the invention, of the negotiation of the world. We'll rely on the work by Bruno Latour, and in particular, on his deconstruction of Plato's political epistemology to question again the place of reason and “technification” - in particular the role played by the experts - showing that it is fundamentally part of an undemocratic approach.
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Gwenolé Fortin. Pour une (socio)linguistique de l'action : le langage comme instrument de l'invention/négociation du monde. Exemple du débat télévisé. French Journal for Media Research, 2015, 4. ⟨hal-03790425⟩

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