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Discours rapporté, subjectivité et influences sociales dans les textes journalistiques : la mise en scène du discours dans les faits divers des quotidiens sénégalais.

Abstract : This study falls in the theoretical framework of enunciation involving sociolinguistic and communicative aspects. It is a crossover field of linguistics with that of information science, sociology and anthropology. It focuses on media communication, particularly the issue of responsibility in news writing. The analysis relates more specifically to the facts of language (reported speech) in news writing and the impact it can have on the position of the reporting person. This is an analysis of linguistic forms of subjectivity in journalistic texts, the aim being to identify to what extent the form of reported speech shapes the point of view of the journalist utterer. The task is about distinguishing, through texts that can be said to be objective journalistic pieces of writing that meet the requirements of ethics, the mechanisms by which viewpoints are expressed and leading to subjective points of views. Transversally, the analysis provides answers to two key questions: what does subjective mean? How is this concept applied in reported speech with respect to miscellaneous events related in Senegalese daily newspapers? Given its sociolinguistic, communicative and interactional dimensions, the analysis focuses on three main areas: the speaking subject (research on evaluative, axiological and socio-emotional traces of its presence), the content (morphosyntactic and semantic exploration) and the media communication contract (media production device).
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Mariama Mahamane Maiga. Discours rapporté, subjectivité et influences sociales dans les textes journalistiques : la mise en scène du discours dans les faits divers des quotidiens sénégalais.. Linguistique. Université de Nanterre - Paris X; Université Gaston Berger de Saint-Louis, 2013. Français. ⟨tel-00924964⟩

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