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Pour une micro-diachronie de l'oral : le corpus ESLO-MD

Abstract : Extract from the Enquêtes Socio-Linguistiques à Orléans, oral corpus constituted in two stages at 40 years intervals (ESLO 1968-1971, ESLO2 2008-), ESLO-MD (ESLO Micro-Diachronie) is an oral corpus sampled of one million words, quantitatively and qualitatively balanced between its two micro-diachronic parts. Originally created in 2014 for the purpose of a particular study, the ESLO-MD corpus has shown, over the years and through research, a certain effectiveness to shed new light on a certain number of linguistic phenomena. By taking into account an unprecedented micro-diachronic dimension, ESLO-MD makes it possible to usefully complete the range of data available for the study of variation and change in contemporary oral French. This contribution, which aims to present the work of compiling this corpus, in parallel with its availability to the scientific community, sets out the criteria for selecting data and the modalities of their dissemination, with a view to facilitating access to source data that can be reviewed or reused by other members of the community.
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Lotfi Abouda, Marie Skrovec. Pour une micro-diachronie de l'oral : le corpus ESLO-MD. 6e Congrès mondial de Linguistique française, ILF, Jul 2018, Mons, Belgique. ⟨10.1051/shsconf/20184611004⟩. ⟨halshs-03022885⟩



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