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Le rôle des linguistes dans les politiques de la langue française (1960-1990) : éléments pour une analyse socio-politique

Abstract : In the 60s, when new language policy programs are launched in France, several conditions seem to be met for the collaboration between linguists and public institutions. However, during a long period, linguists remain rarely associated to the formulation of linguistic politics; this collaboration only develops at the end of the 80s. This paper, which is part of a political sociology research bearing on French language policies, unveils the reasons of this persistent weakness and backwardness of Linguistics, compared to the early use of other social sciences by the government.
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Vincent Dubois. Le rôle des linguistes dans les politiques de la langue française (1960-1990) : éléments pour une analyse socio-politique. Dossiers d'HEL, SHESL, 2014, Linguistiques d'intervention. Des usages socio-politiques des savoirs sur le langage et les langues, pp.6. ⟨halshs-01115127⟩

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