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Femmes, hommes et parité communicationnelle : germination d'un nouveau genre

Abstract : After having identified the use of the masculine gender in the French language and the use of the word "man" as "a tool of disinformation", I conducted a research-action, during 10 years, within an optic of journalistic ethics, on the means used in the French language to inform about women as well as men, which led me to adopt a graphic mark (·) the single median dot, named 'dot of otherness' for its potential recognition of human diversity, so as to signify a common gender identification. This research’s review and its continuation within information and communication sciences have enabled me to develop functional linguistic and classical grammar analytical procedures within the scope of what I define as «francography». I used the analysis of a Tisséo poster (Toulouse public transportation) as a methodological matrix, to develop and display parity measures using the notions of feminine / masculine / outbound genre, arbitrary / semantically motivated and apparent / non apparent gender (read the above examples in French language). Finally didactical proposals are presented as a new way of "transmutation of values".
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Nicole Pradalier. Femmes, hommes et parité communicationnelle : germination d'un nouveau genre. Sciences de l'information et de la communication. Université Toulouse le Mirail - Toulouse II, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015TOU20021⟩. ⟨tel-01220726⟩



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