Modèle instructionnel du rôle des unités linguistiques dans la construction dynamique du sens.

Abstract : The construction of meaning may be defined as the setting up of a space - also called a "verbal scene" (Victorri 1996, 1999) - which makes windowing processes and entities present for the speakers. From this point of view, every linguistic unit plays a part in verbal staging, either in the building or in the evolution of the scene. They can thus be defined by the staging instructions they express: this is what specifies their " schematic forms " (Culioli 1990), regulated by the convocation / evocation principle. By way of example, by is a unit of the English language which convokes a process that can be represented as a bounded interval and evokes the qualification of the process by indirection. Thus, by contributes indirectly to the construction of verbal scenes. The aim of this presentation is to show how the linguistic units of an utterance coalesce by virtue of their schematic forms (the set of instructions given by the unit) in verbal staging. Within this perspective, a detailed analysis of the sequential linking of schematic forms in a certain number of examples are discussed.
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Gilles Col. Modèle instructionnel du rôle des unités linguistiques dans la construction dynamique du sens.. Congrès: "L'homme au cœur des dynamiques sociales, territoriales et culturelles" - Symposium "Langage et Cognition" -, 2008, Poitiers, France. pp.1-22. ⟨halshs-00602529⟩



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