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Euh le saviez-vous ? le rôle des (dis)fluences en contexte interactionnel : étude exploratoire et qualitative

Abstract : The present study is part of a research project conducted on (dis)fluencies in a French oral corpus of spontaneous and prepared speech which takes into account the different modalities of discourse (linguistic, vocal, visual, and gestural). (Dis)fluencies, which are characterized by an interruption of the vocal and verbal channel, have often been strictly analyzed from a production perspective. Grounded in an interactional approach to language, the aim of the present study is to go beyond this formal approach and to take into account their functional ambivalence and their contribution to the interaction. The analysis is taken from one pair of the corpus, and the preliminary results indicate a higher rate of (dis)fluencies in prepared speech than in conversation. This finding will be used as a starting point for future quantitative analyses on the data. The point of this article is to focus on qualitative analyses on a video extract taken from a humorous sequence in order to stress out their interactional dimension and the way speakers make use of (dis)fluencies for discursive and rhetorical purposes.
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Loulou Kosmala. Euh le saviez-vous ? le rôle des (dis)fluences en contexte interactionnel : étude exploratoire et qualitative. 7e Congrès Mondial de Linguistique Française, Jul 2020, Montpellier, France. ⟨10.1051/shsconf/20207801018⟩. ⟨halshs-02930458⟩

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