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Les mots et l'esprit : vers une étude linguistique et critique du langage spectaculaire.

Abstract : He thesis focuses on a sample of written messages drawn from the daily environment. In the general framework of the relationship between language and power, the thesis consists in the analysis of written messages broadcast in daily life. The research is based on the collection of messages found on various media, including advertising displays. The thesis begins with the reception and use of the notions of newspeak and wooden tongue in their historical and contemporary context in order to show the topicality of linguistic and sociological questions about the relationship between language and power. The study of these two notions, through the linguistic and epistemological issues they involve, offers theoretical perspectives at two levels: that of the necessary relationship between the talking subject and the surrounding reality; that of the broader linguistic ideologies which aim at the advent of a perfect and universal language: that of a new man. The sample of written messages established in the framework of the thesis leads to a method of lexical and conceptual analysis so as to identify the vision of the world at work in this type of speech, necessarily intrusive.
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Isabelle Morillon. Les mots et l'esprit : vers une étude linguistique et critique du langage spectaculaire.. Linguistique. Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, 2021. Français. ⟨NNT : 2021UBFCH003⟩. ⟨tel-03231994⟩

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