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L'interprétation structurelle du discours en temps réel

Abstract : The aim of this contribution is to outline the perception of non-standard structures by native speakers. In a construction grammar framework, we will assume that constructions are emergent (rise, spread, change) in discourse. This way we come to the question by what means structures are perceived and represented by speaker-hearers. We delineate some relevant mechanisms of syntactic integration in spoken discourse and then point out a few non-standard syntactic features of spoken Spanish that derive from « online »-syntax. The experimental record is based on three extracts from longer interviews with Chilean speakers, extracts that have been submitted to Spanish speaking observers. The perception — before any structural interpretation — of discourse segments seems to follow strongly social categories, such as grammar and discursive norms.
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Katja Ploog. L'interprétation structurelle du discours en temps réel. 2015. ⟨halshs-01385588⟩



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