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Reformulations avec et sans marqueurs : étude de trois entretiens de l'oral

Abstract : The communication addresses the analysis of reformulations in spoken language. Reformulations include a large set of situations, in which one segment is modified by another but still keeps the underlying link between these two segments. This link revealed at different linguistic levels: lexical, morphological, and semantic and pragmatical. Usually, the existing studies on reformulation rely on the presence of markers. The work presented here shows that reformulation can also be realized without markers. The source segment is then interrupted and followed be the reformulated segment. This interruption can be « filled » by lexical elements: marker which introduces the reformulation (« classical » with this definition of reformulation, we model it with a set of tags, according to which the corpus is annotated manually. The approach is inductive and permits to apprehend the reformulation from another point of view, and to observe and quantify some of its characteristics.
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Iris Eshkol-Taravella, Natalia Grabar. Reformulations avec et sans marqueurs : étude de trois entretiens de l'oral. 6e Congrès Mondial de Linguistique Française CMLF 2018, Jul 2018, Mons, Belgique. ⟨halshs-01968341⟩



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