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L'alternance codique arabe dialectal/français dans des conversations bilingues de locuteurs algériens immigrés/non-immigrés

Abstract : In the following study, we describe and analyse the language practices of three Algerian immigrant/non-immigrant speakers within a familial context in Algeria. The analysis is macro linguistics in order to understand the linguistics attitudes, representations, and conscience, as fat as the dialectal Arabic and French are used by these speakers. The results of the quantitative analysis will help us to apprehend the intensification of the alternative use of the two languages during the three speakers' conversations, generated in a familial context. On the other hand the use of the micro-and macro-approaches, will help us to emphasis the functions of code switching whether in the speakers' epilinguistic discourse or in their real language practices. The study show, as well, that code switching is a way of speaking, that contribute, on one had, in the speaker's verbal repertoire development in interaction and lead to a code convergence, and on the other hand, fill many functions as stylistics strategy, and work as resource that allows turn taking regulation during interaction.
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Mohammed Zakaria Ali-Bencherif. L'alternance codique arabe dialectal/français dans des conversations bilingues de locuteurs algériens immigrés/non-immigrés. Linguistique. Université Abou Bakr BELKAÏD de Tlemcen (Algérie)., 2009. Français. ⟨tel-00496990⟩

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