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L’influence de l’anglais comme langue mondiale sur le grec moderne : une étude de trois genres de la presse numérique grecque

Abstract : This thesis focuses on the influence of English as a global language on the Greek digital press. It is a qualitative study of a corpus of 126 texts from the Greek online press and a complementary corpus of 15 texts from the anglophone press published on the Internet between 2011-2015. The data are drawn from three journalistic genres: news articles, opinion articles and interviews, and 5 column-themes: art and fashion, economy and politics, world and environment, science and technology and health and sports. The theoretical framework is based on the linguistic borrowing and the rhetorical theory of a digital text. As for the influence of English, traces on the lexicon, syntax, semantics, discourse and headlines are mainly pointed out. Concerning the layout of a digital text, we found various reading models, as well as some differences between the Greek and anglophone press. Finally, these results underline a combination of the implantation of English borrowing on the Greek press from a top down and a bottom up point of view.
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Elpida Sklika. L’influence de l’anglais comme langue mondiale sur le grec moderne : une étude de trois genres de la presse numérique grecque. Linguistique. Université de Strasbourg, 2020. Français. ⟨NNT : 2020STRAC003⟩. ⟨tel-02895430⟩

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