L’Alliance française de Buenos Aires de 1914 à 1983 : étude des conditions de circulation linguistique

Abstract : The 'Alliance Française' in Buenos Aires was founded in 1893, ten years later than that of Paris, by the city's French community. They envisaged it as a way of preserving their community's interests during a migratory period. Thus, the foundation of an association aiming at the institutionnalisation of the social practice of teaching and learning French in the Argentinian capital, is at the crossroads between Argentinian issues concerning French language distribution and French issues for the same French language distribution. From then on, the process of institutionnalising the teaching and learning of French is characterized by linguistic circulation and their glocal resemantization in Buenos Aires. The aim of this research is to analyze these resemantization phenomena thanks to a study of the conditions of linguistic circulation and their translation within the the didactic system and their methodological configuration from 1914 to 1983.
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Alice-Hélène Burrows. L’Alliance française de Buenos Aires de 1914 à 1983 : étude des conditions de circulation linguistique. Linguistique. Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018USPCA049⟩. ⟨tel-02147468⟩

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