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Discours rapporté et mimétique de l'émotion vécue : le cas des soignants en psychiatrie

Abstract : The French healthcare system is evolving, impacting the number of caregivers surrounding the patients. Therefore, it happens to be necessary to mutualise information about the patient's files, especially during handovers. 19 recordings of these meetings constitute our corpus, collected during 5 weeks in a psychiatric hospital in Lyon's area. During these handovers, a large part of the content is delivered in the form of reported speech, thanks to which caregivers are able to make peers hear what they themselves had heard by patients or other caregivers during their shift.. Depending on its form, reported speech can tend to a mimesis of what was said originally, for instance in direct forms. Hence we can spot a kind of mimesis of the emotions which are made explicit thanks to reported speech. Wether it is about emotions specifically related to the patients’ sickness or more ordinary emotions, we will see that reported speech, during nurses' handovers takes a special place in the expression of the patient's emotions towards the other caregivers.
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Louis Maritaud. Discours rapporté et mimétique de l'émotion vécue : le cas des soignants en psychiatrie. SHS Web of Conferences, EDP Sciences, 2020, 81, pp.01003. ⟨10.1051/shsconf/20208101003⟩. ⟨halshs-03017818⟩



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