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Les dictionnaires français sont-ils favorables à l'indépendance du Québec ? Etude du marquage Québec/ Canada dans le Robert et le Larousse

Abstract : Quebec is the only one State of North America which is predominantly Francophone as well as the main home of French Canadians. This linguistic concentration makes the tagging (Quebec? Canada?) of typical North-American uses a difficulty. This paper shows how these tags fluctuated (particularly in the Robert and the Larousse) and what are the historical, linguistic and political reasons of these fluctuations. The author also investigates the lexicographic effects of a view which sometimes leads to inconsistency.
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Nadine Vincent. Les dictionnaires français sont-ils favorables à l'indépendance du Québec ? Etude du marquage Québec/ Canada dans le Robert et le Larousse. Dossiers d'HEL, SHESL, 2014, Linguistiques d'intervention. Des usages socio-politiques des savoirs sur le langage et les langues, pp.7. ⟨halshs-01115679⟩

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