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Quand l'enfant n'a pas voix au chapitre. Étude sur le statut linguistique des enfants.

Abstract : We study one characteristic of adults' linguistic interactions with children: adult locutors may speak about children in their presence in the third person without addressing them. We highlight the moral and social consequences of this type of interaction, showing the differences associated with the child's age. To analyze the child' status in language, we use the framework of ordinary language philosophy (Wittgenstein, Cavell). Our corpus is literary, consisting in the autobiographical french literature of childhood memories (Jules Vallès, Violette Leduc, Jean-Paul Sartre, Nathalie Sarraute, Annie Ernaux).
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Raïd Layla, Béatrice Godart-Wendling. Quand l'enfant n'a pas voix au chapitre. Étude sur le statut linguistique des enfants.. A contrario. Revue interdisciplinaire de sciences sociales, BSN Press 2019, Trouver sa voix dans les mots des autres, 28 (1). ⟨halshs-02976189⟩

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