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En contexte minoré, le sociolinguiste est-il nécessairement un acteur engagé ?

Abstract : To accept the dialogic nature of the linguistic minoration means therefore to look at a possible social lack of balance, which is the starting point of this very minoration. In this context, what can be and what is the part played by the sociolinguist? Is he necessarily an involved actor when talking about a minority environment? In order to answer these questions, the author focuses on three main axes: the minority and involvement principles; the research worker ambivalence in a minority situation where he is torn between dominance and militance; the social use as a basic criterion of such inquiries in a minority field through an aspect of the research worker application-implication.
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Romain Colonna. En contexte minoré, le sociolinguiste est-il nécessairement un acteur engagé ?. Dossiers d'HEL, SHESL, 2014, Linguistiques d'intervention. Des usages socio-politiques des savoirs sur le langage et les langues, pp.7. ⟨halshs-01115099⟩



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