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Les manuels de philosophie en France et au Brésil : une analyse du discours contrastive de la prise en charge énonciative

Abstract : This thesis in discourse analysis aims to analyse comparatively the discursive genre "philosophy textbook" in two different ethnolinguistic communities: France and Brazil. The investigation is realized using the notion of "enunciative undertaking" ("prise en change énonciative", PCE), which is our main entry point for analysing a corpus constituted by nine philosophy textbooks. We seek to know how the authors undertake their discourses in the textbooks, in order to answer the following research question: "What are the representations that one has of philosophy and its teaching, according to the philosophy textbooks' discourses?". The linguistic analyses are divided into maximal enunciative undertaking (PCE+) and minimal enunciative undertaking (PCE-). Enunciative erasing, a correlative notion of that of PCE, as well as a set of categories that stem from enunciative linguistics, are used in this analysis. At the end of our research, we propose some interpretations that seek to take into account social representations concerning philosophy and its teaching, recognisable through textbook analysis. Roughly speaking, these social representations are due, on the one hand, to the stability of philosophy teaching in the French school system and, on the other hand, to the instability of the Brazilian school system.
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Daniela Nienkötter Sardá. Les manuels de philosophie en France et au Brésil : une analyse du discours contrastive de la prise en charge énonciative. Linguistique. Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015USPCB063⟩. ⟨tel-01237282⟩



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