« Les citations doivent être exactes ! » : Pratiques polémiques de la citation au parlement

Abstract : How does reported speech discursively construct an image of the other in contemporary political discourse in France, Great Britain and Germany? After having long been neglected (Nay, 2003a, 2003b), parliamentary studies have come in recent years to generate a renewed interest (Burkhardt & Pape, 2000; Burkhardt, 2003; Bayley, 2004; Ilie, 2006, 2010a; Ionescu-Ruxandoiu, Roibu & Constantinescu, 2012). Due to due to their publicity and accessibility, parliamentary debates contribute to highly ritualised and theatrical representations of conflict in politics. Whereas research on enunciative heterogeneity (Authier-Revuz, 1982, 1984) is numerous in the French-speaking area, it remains a relatively limited field of research in the Anglo-Saxon and German traditions of discourse analysis. Relying on the distinction made by Authier-Revuz (1982, 1984) between constitutive heterogeneity, inherited from Bakthinian dialogism, and shown heterogeneity defined as the forms which offer a representation of the discourse of the other(s), this article focuses on markers of shown heterogeneity in a corpus of parliamentary debates on Europe between 1998 and 2015 in France, Germany and Great Britain.
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Naomi Truan. « Les citations doivent être exactes ! » : Pratiques polémiques de la citation au parlement. Travaux Interdisciplinaires sur la Parole et le Langage, Laboratoire Parole et Langage, 2016. ⟨halshs-01456097⟩



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