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Discours subjectif et art chorégraphique sur les réseaux sociaux

Abstract : This paper carries out a semantic discourse analysis of short messages written by Twitter users (twittos) and shared on their own wall, the wall of others as well as that of cultural institutions (PAVEAU 2013 : 6). We introduce a new pluridisciplinary approach that combines linguistics and informatics, with a special focus on choreographic arts. Our main aim is to manually and automatically formalize, classify and model subjective expressions. Based on a corpus-driven approach, we measure the subjectivity through semantic and linguistic concepts that allow for a functional understanding of this phenomenon. By doing so, we draw the contours of a semantic ontology of dance critique that would help us detect human judgements in social media automatically. This paper provides a guideline for the implementation of a set of semantic categories that reflect different evaluative judgements on choreographic art. In this perspective, we propose to adopt already developed semantic models for journalistic texts (MARTIN & WHITE 2005) as well as for the cultural object in general (VERNIER & al. 2008 : 2).
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Ziva Cvar. Discours subjectif et art chorégraphique sur les réseaux sociaux. ELIS - Echanges de linguistique en Sorbonne, Université Paris Sorbonne, 2016. ⟨halshs-01393488⟩

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