Variation stylistique entre 5 et 11 ans et réseaux de socialisation scolaire : usages, représentations, acquisition et prise en compte éducative

Abstract : This PhD thesis focuses on style and intra-locutor variation, dealing with sociolinguistic studies carried out with children aged 5 to 11. Several methodological approaches, both quantitative and qualitative, are used in order to analyze primary school children's representations and stylistic practices. Different types of data have been collected and analyzed, in particular discourses about variation, linguistic practices from parodic role-plays, and daily conversations. The influence of both social background and peer network is examined, in a macro- and microsociological perspective. Our work aims at analyzing how children build their representation of stylistic variation. It also attempts to study stylistic flexibility defined as a partly conscious ability to shift or switch styles during the interaction, either in a proactive and adaptative way. These results and observations are then considered from a socio-educational perspective concerning issues related to social diversity in schools and variation in language teaching.
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Laurence Buson. Variation stylistique entre 5 et 11 ans et réseaux de socialisation scolaire : usages, représentations, acquisition et prise en compte éducative. Linguistique. Université Stendhal - Grenoble III, 2009. Français. ⟨tel-00440455⟩

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