Codage et interprétation du langage spontané d'enfants de 1 à 3 ans

Abstract : Transcription of oral data is a difficult art for it is a complex form of language activity which includes an interpretation process of other people's verbal productions. Ideally, researchers would prefer descriptions free of any interpretation, but this is impossible. A solution would be to follow a clear and simple consensual interpretation process, easily understood by all potential users of the data, using precise and clear coding standards, as unambiguous as possible, as well as linkage between the transcript and the multimedia recordings. This could be completed with an enriched context, both linguistic (phonology, syntax, semantic, pragmatic descriptions) and extra-linguistic (situation, action, descriptions of the surroundings...). In this paper, the technical difficulties of this type of coding are presented within the framework of the transcription process of young children's data. The tools and formats used are those of the CHILDES project with our own additions brought about by the choices we made to face the specific difficulties linked to transcription of child language data.
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Aliyah Morgenstern, Christophe Parisse. Codage et interprétation du langage spontané d'enfants de 1 à 3 ans. Corpus, 2007, 6, pp.55-78. ⟨halshs-00353020⟩

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