Discours sur les femmes et discours de femmes : une analyse ethno-sociopragmatique de l'Implicite dans quelques pièces du théâtre camerounais francophone

Abstract : The theatrical text is an open and incomplete one that displays in it a hollow, an empty space the care of it is in principle ultimately the producer, who turns it into show to the public, responsible of its own right to fill in the gaps. It is around these voids, these cavities, these unspokens of texts that are also the main message that this thesis is based on the quest for implicit, its meanings and its stakes, social and cultural in the theatrical discourses on women and of women in traditional and cultural contexts. Such interlocutive situations from texts offer discursive tensions, revealing the social, the discursive and cultural figures involved. Exchange of words, these texts construe enunciative mechanisms which are complex, and of which a successively discursive and argumentative process enables one to identify the various stakeholders; their concerns which are discursive, and the argumentative strategies they implement to influence each other. The implicit is revealed through speech acts directly and indirectly supported by the assumptions and the underlying linguistic and cultural rights. They emit traditional and well-organized societies where the rule of man is evident to the detriment of women silenced. But beyond the common cliches about the lack of freedom of expression or the submission of traditional african (cameroonian) women, the implicit returns a different image of her, who, far from locking in the predetermined social position of subordination, she revolts and asserts herself as a full separate being, thereby raising questions of cultural identity. Moreover, taking into account the implicit option, one is allowed to conduct another hearing of theatre and, another reading of texts in general. It becomes an indispensable tool in the teaching of reading
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Mireille Ngo Mbai - Gweth Ndjicki. Discours sur les femmes et discours de femmes : une analyse ethno-sociopragmatique de l'Implicite dans quelques pièces du théâtre camerounais francophone. Linguistique. Université Rennes 2; Université européenne de Bretagne, 2009. Français. ⟨tel-00458238⟩

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