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Le reflet de la langue parlée dans la presse écrite française et allemande

Abstract : This paper has aimed to analyze a corpus of print media made of seven German and seven French 2006 newspapers and magazines in order to make an inventory of all those phenomena of spoken language [terminology by Koch-Oesterreicher 1985 and 1990, also: oral language] inside it so as to look at how pervious the different titles are vis-à-vis these phenomena and so as to judge about the journalistic norms currently ruling in both countries. To do so, the author has elaborated an inventory of different categories allowing to comb the corpus to gather those sentences [tokens] into a data base which presented at least one item of spoken language. The aforesaid categories working as filters have been acquired as a result of the elaboration, in the first part of this paper, of a list of caracteristics observable in the spoken languages of the two countries. The results are interpreted following three different but nonetheless complemetary aspects: discourse frame, communication contract and ficticious orality. A more thorough analysis of each of the categories is to be found in the second part (annexe #1) of this paper. It so appears that the youth magazines are very receptive to oral phenomena and that the language of German press is more open to it than its French pendant.
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Isabelle Friedl. Le reflet de la langue parlée dans la presse écrite française et allemande. Linguistique. Université de la Sorbonne nouvelle - Paris III, 2009. Français. ⟨NNT : 2009PA030113⟩. ⟨tel-01334730⟩



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