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Corpus ESLO-Enfants : de sa création aux premiers résultats

Abstract : The ESLO-Children module is a longitudinal variationist corpus derived from the large French-language corpus: Enquêtes SocioLinguistiques à Orléans (ESLO). It is variationist because it is based on a varied audience (children aged 2 to 7 with their close relatives) from families of different socio-economic and cultural categories and recorded in a variety of natural situations that form the daily lives of children. This corpus, which will be made available on both ESLO and Childes, was created with the aim of studying the impact of the language environment (input) on children’s productions (ouput). For this study, liaison, an object that is both stable and variable, has been shown to be a sociolinguistic phenomenon that is conducive to observing its transmission on children in the process of language acquisition, but also to observing possible differences between families.
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Jennifer Ganaye. Corpus ESLO-Enfants : de sa création aux premiers résultats. Corpus, Bases, Corpus, Langage - UMR 7320, 2021. ⟨halshs-03162347⟩



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