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La déconstruction du langage à travers la théorie de la médiation

Abstract : The theory of mediation, from Jean Gagnepain, makes an " deconstruction " of language in four differents analysis registers. Founded on pathology, neurological as well psychiatric, this model demonstrates that language is together grammaticality, writing, vernacular language and discourse (to mean). If you want to explain language, you may choice your viewpoint, but you have absolutly to keep in mind the others aspects you remove from your analysis. You cannot reduce or subordinate all the language to your own viewpoint. This work rapidly shows the four registers that theory of mediation recognize in language and their process also. Then, this deconstruction is succinctly applied to the question of infant's language acquisition.
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Jean-Claude Quentel, Laurence Beaud. La déconstruction du langage à travers la théorie de la médiation. Al-Lisaniyyat, 2008, pp.25-39. ⟨halshs-00909090⟩



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