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La verbalisation des émotions

Abstract : Our study concerns the correlation between the perception of negative emotions and discursive productions to express them. Our study is based on 26 transcribed oral interviews to be analyzed with Lexico3 (13 men and 13 women). We study the way in which healthy volunteers react verbally to the conditioned production of negative emotions after viewing the government realized video stop jihad, broad casted on television after the 2015 attacks. Interviews were collected between November 2016 and February 2017 through out the COREV 1 project framework (understanding verbal violence in reception). At the same time, following an identical protocol, we showed another "neutral" video to the same people in order to have a control group. All the subjects saw both videos, but in different orders, after 11hours of intervals. According to our methodology of analysis with Lexico3 we were able to extract the linguistic data allowing to have an over view of the emotional feelings perceived by the volunteers after viewing each neutral or violent video and to propose a synthetic card of them. The analysis was conducted with three tools for statistic alanalysis of textual data proposed by Lexico3:search for specificity according to the partitions using the PCLC tool (Main Lexicometric Characteristics of the Corpus), the concordances, the graphs of ventilation by partition. The over all analysis of the results shows firstly that the emotions are distributed according to the nature of the videos (neutral video: positive emotions and /or neutral-violent video: negative emotions) and that the violent video provokes a quantity of speech longer than the neutral. Then, if the intensity of perceived emotions seems to differ according to the person wehere show it also is globally correlated to the order of diffusion of the videos. We can see in the responses and the construction of the speeches a correlation of positive or negative intensity of the emotions according to the video which is seen first Like wise, the analysis seems to show that the reception of the violence invites volunteers and urges them to express them selves more about their feelings: can we see here a correlation also between discursive productivity and negative emotions-a form of verification to the French proverb that "happy people have nothing to say " ?
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Béatrice Fracchiolla, Olinka de Roger. La verbalisation des émotions. JADT'18. 14th International Conference on Statistical Analysis of Textual Data, DII– Department of Enterprise Engineering “Mario Lucertini” Tor Vergata University (Italy); DSS– Department of Statistical Sciences, Sapienza University (Italy), Jun 2018, Rome, Italy. pp.276-284. ⟨halshs-02490844⟩

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