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Ecole doctorale Concepts et langages (Paris)

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Works: 356 works in 375 publications in 1 language and 476 library holdings
Genres: Conference proceedings  Criticism, interpretation, etc  History 
Roles: Editor, 996, Degree grantor
Classifications: P302, 780
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Most widely held works by Ecole doctorale Concepts et langages (Paris)
Études de linguistique contrastive ( Book )
1 edition published in 2006 in French and held by 32 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Que faisons-nous du texte ? ( Book )
1 edition published in 2012 in French and held by 30 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Musique et arts plastiques : la traduction d'un art par l'autre : principes théoriques et démarches créatrices ( Book )
2 editions published in 2011 in French and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
La traduction d'une œuvre d'art plastique par une œuvre musicale, et vice versa, constitue un champ d'études récent par rapport à la traduction interlinguistique, mais qui suscite un intérêt croissant. A partir d'approches variées, les auteurs cherchent à mieux comprendre la démarche créatrice de l'artiste traducteur, qu'il soit musicien ou plasticien. Que traduit-il de l'autre art ? Comment ? Pourquoi ?
L'essor du romantisme : la fantaisie pour clavier de Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach à Franz Liszt by Jean-Pierre Bartoli ( Book )
1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 16 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Pianistes du XXe siècle : critique, pédagogie, interprétation ( Book )
1 edition published in 2007 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Les diatopismes du français en Vendée et leur utilisation dans la littérature I'oeuvre contemporaine d'Yves Viollier by Inka Wissner ( Book )
2 editions published in 2010 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This doctoral dissertation studying the use of French regionalisms, or diatopicisms, in literature, is situated in the fields of variationist linguistics and of discourse analysis. The study offers a detailed description of the concepts and current terminology in the recent discipline of Francophone differential linguistics as well as in the related branches of French discourse analysis. It pays particular attention to the methods applied in the identification of diatopic elements and the interpretation of existing sources - completed by field studies conducted by the author - as well as for an appropriate discourse analysis of diatopicisms in literature. Developing a new sociopragmatic paradigm, the author analyses the strategies that present meta-linguistically highlighted diatopicisms and their textual distribution in order to interpret what these procedures say obliquely about the diatopicisms in terms of their pragmatic and sociolinguistic characteristics. The large corpus analysis is presented in the form of dictionary articles, based on a model developed in French differential lexicography, and enriched by sociopragmatic sections. The author analyses all highlighted diatopicisms in the twenty-six popular novels of Yves Viollier which belong to the latter's sociolinguistic community (Vendée). The study shows that the strategies highlighting diatopicisms in the analysed novels - published from 1972 to 2009, realist and partly regionalist - are relatively rare. The ethos of the novelist's home region is partly created by the use of diatopicisms - but this is achieved through original choices, rather than largely shared stereotypes
La phonologie des emprunts français non anglicisés en anglais by Julie Quinio ( )
2 editions published in 2009 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Ce travail porte sur la phonologie des emprunts français non-anglicisés, c'est-à-dire qui ne suivent pas toutes les règles de l'anglais et conservent des caractéristiques françaises. Dans la première partie, nous décrivons la méthodologie employée pour la sélection du corpus, ce qui nous amène à étudier la terminologie utilisée dans la linguistique de l'emprunt, et présentons la base de données qui servira à l'analyse de ces emprunts. Dans la seconde partie, nous supprimons de cette base de données initiale toutes les variantes anglicisées, ce qui donne lieu à de nombreuses discussions sur la phonologie de l'anglais. Enfin, la dernière partie présente l'analyse de la base de données finale, ne contenant que des variantes non-anglicisées. En partant de l'idée que ces emprunts imitent la prononciation française, nous montrons comment les phonèmes français sont adaptés en anglais, et de quelle manière les locuteurs anglophones signalent l'origine française d'un mot
Étude contrastive des moyens exprimant le passif en français et en thaï by Sudarat Buddhapong ( Book )
2 editions published in 2010 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This research is a contrastive study of various passive syntactic constructions in French and Thai. The study also extends to examine the general definitions of passive, by studying various passive constructions in both languages. The findings reveal that in French, the language constructions with passive meaning are characterized thematically more than semantically, and the passive forms are presented according to focalization or verbal expressions. However, in Thai, the passive forms are characterized semantically - detrimental, benefactive, and neutral - the meaning governing the choice of passive structures. Constructions with passive meaning are more frequently used in French than in Thai. Besides, grammatical subjects with patient role can be omitted in Thai, but not in French. Agents can be deleted in both languages. In French, noun phrase order constructions with passive meaning are from singular impersonal noun to singular impersonal noun, while in Thai they are from singular personal noun to singular personal noun. Furthermore, some verbs which can be employed in the various constructions with passive meaning cannot always freely substitute in all constructions. Finally, the study shows that the general definitions of passive cannot be accepted without considering semantic factors
La critique radicale de la science en France origines et incidences de la politisation de la science en France depuis Mai 1968 by Renaud Debailly ( )
1 edition published in 2010 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
L'idée selon laquelle les citoyens devraient participer à la définition des choix scientifiques et techniques s'est progressivement diffusée en France à partir des années 1980. Cet idéal participatif repose sur le renouvellement de la conception des rapports entre sciences et société. Cette thèse propose d'étudier la genèse de cette nouvelle conception à partir de la critique de la science formulée par des acteurs scientifiques durant les années 1970, et d'établir les liens entre cette critique et la nouvelle sociologie des sciences. La critique est envisagée comme un processus de politisation de la science, c'est-à-dire une requalification de la science en tant qu'activité sociale indifférenciée. Trois axes ont été retenus pour étudier la constitution de cet idéal participatif : les conditions d'émergence de cette critique de la science, sa structuration dans les revues militantes, et ses effets sur des domaines déterminés (la vulgarisation au Seuil, et l'expertise avec les Boutiques de Sciences)
Origine et fonction du directeur musical dans la France contemporaine by Gilles Demonet ( Book )
2 editions published in 2010 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The music director has his own origin in important musical transformations which arose between the 17th and the 18th centuries. These mutations with Lully gave birth to a prototype who is at the same time composer, musician, performer, businessman, and who has been moulding the figure of the music director from this period onwards. Then, when these various duties split, a new profile of music director emerged, as an orchestra-founder and -trainer, embodied by Habeneck.From the end of 19th century, new models were implemented, such as inventors, entrepreneurs and citizens thoroughly committed to their community. Beside, some festivals have their own orchestra, but no permanent conductor. Some other orchestras simply refuse to be lead by a stable or non-stable conductor.The music director of our century in France is the heir of these various models. He has numerous duties and needs to demonstrate evidence of great skills, since he has to come up to the expectations of a wide and versatile environment. But, at the same time, his uniqueness and value are not really appreciated and the wolrdwide competition between conductors led him to be less present and therefore to give up a substantial part of his powers, related to programming and artistic direction. To some extent, the situation of the music director in France is reflecting the institutional system of this country
L'interprétation musicale dans un corpus de presse une analyse linguistique et textuelle by Valérie Durand ( )
2 editions published in 2009 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The discourse related to musical interpretation on string instruments in a corpus of newspaper articles is complex, mainly because of its pragmatic, enunciation-related and semantic features. The complete lack of polemics, the important role of the discursive ethos, the polyphonic features and semantic complexity, as well as the use of numerous stereotypes all contribute to making this epideictic discourse difficult to understand. The argumentative orientation of descriptive sequences provide us with another aspect of this complexity: the numerous operations of qualification and assimilation, the use of many subjective adjectives and negative structures, multiple enumerations - full of rhetorical figures, symmetry, asymmetry and semantic games - all contribute to further increase the comprehension difficulty of the text and impress the reader
Technologies du Web Sémantique pour l'Entreprise 2.0 by Alexandre Passant ( )
2 editions published in 2009 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The work described in this thesis provides different methods, thoughts and implementations combining Web 2.0 and the Semantic Web. After introducing those terms, we present the current shortcomings of tools such as blogs and wikis as well as tagging practices in an Enterprise 2.0 context. We define the SemSLATES methodology and the global vision of a middleware architecture based on Semantic Web technologies (languages, models, tools and protocols) to solve these issues. Then, we detail the various ontologies (as in computer science) that we build to achieve this goal: on the one hand models dedicated to socio-structural meta-data, by actively contributing to SIOC - Semantically-Interlinked Online Communities -, and on the other hands models extending public ontologies for domain data. Moreover, the MOAT ontology - Meaning Of A Tag - allows us to combine the flexibility of tagging and the power of ontology-based indexing. We then describe several software implementations, at EDF R&D, dedicated to easily produce and use semantic annotations to enrich original tools: semantic wikis, advanced visualization interfaces (faceted browsing, semantic mash-ups, etc.) and a semantic search engine. Several contributions have been published as public ontologies or open-source software, contributing more generally to this convergence between Web 2.0 and the Semantic Web, not only in enterprise but on the Web as a whole
Une écriture de la tendresse au XVIIe siècle pour une étude stylistique des lettres de Mme de Sévigné by Cécile Lignereux ( )
2 editions published in 2009 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This thesis analyses the stylistic means by which Mme de Sévigné appropriates the ideal of tenderness and builds an ethical category suited to the particularities of the relationship with her daughter. It emphasizes therefore how historical and ideological circumstances must be taken into account to understand Mme de Sévigné' s epistolary style in a specific cultural context
Musique, antifascisme et autoritarisme : l'œuvre de Silvestre Revueltas dans le contexte de la Guerre civile espagnole by Luis Velasco Pufleau ( Book )
2 editions published in 2011 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Violinist and composer Silvestre Revueltas (1899-1940) was one of the major players in post revolutionary Mexico musical development during the thirties. Close to avant-gardes Mexican artists, the reception of his music is defined by, both modernist and nationalist. Some of his works embody the national music model, and are at the heart of the symbolic politics of the post revolutionary authoritarian regime. Towards the end of 1935 Revueltas engaged himself in communist antifascism by being a member of the Liga de Escritores y Artistas Revolucionarios (LEAR), fighting against the rise of fascism in the world - especially during the Spanish Civil War - and supporting social progress championed by the Mexican Popular Front (FPM). The consequences of Revueltas' antifascist engagement are considerable especially on the themes explored in his works, on his professional life and on the symbolic use of his music to legitimize the Mexican post revolutionary system. This research analyses, on the one hand, the impact of Revueltas' antifascist militancy on his work, and on the other, the role of his work on the symbolic politics of the Mexican authoritarian regime during the Spanish Civil War. Results show that Revueltas' political engagement alters the theme of most of his works after 1936, as well as the composer's role in a social contest. It therefore appears to be essential to put into perspective the exclusively nationalist reception of his music reconsidering it from a political and militant point of view
La duperie de soi et le problème de l'irrationalité by Vasco Saragoça Nunes Correia ( Book )
2 editions published in 2008 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Self-deception poses a notable challenge for any theory of rationality, given that the self-deceiver appears to embrace a deceptive belief knowing of it's deceptive nature. This is at least what is claimed by those who hold an "intentionalist" account (Sartre, Davidson, Pears, Talbott, Scott-Kakures, Bermudez), who tend to portray self-deception as an intentional act for which the self-deceiver should be held accountable. Instead, I hold a so-called "emotionalist" account according to which self-deception is a sub-intentional and involuntary process of cognitive illusion which stems from the influence our emotions may insidiously exert on our cognitive faculties, and thereby on our judgments. That leads me to develop a "cognitive-hedonic" theory of emotions with the purpose of showing how exactly our emotions are capable of inducing not only irrational beliefs, but even irrational actions (acrasia)
Francis Poulenc et la musique populaire by Dominique Arbey ( )
1 edition published in 2011 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The composer Francis Poulenc (1899-1963) was particularly influenced by the popular music of his time. In order to study this very specific aspect of his works, our research will take into account the musical production of the composer, his personal testimonies (such as correspondence, radio programs and various pieces of writing) and all documents related to the creation and reception of his works.When composing Bal Masqué (The Masked Ball) the composer's aim was not to copy popular music but just to make use of some of its characteristics. Just like a painter he created what he would call 'portraits de music-hall' ('Music-hall portraits'). For this impregnation to be fully appreciated, our analyses will tackle different musical parameters such as melody, rhythm, harmony, structures, orchestration and vocal effects. The purpose of our research involving socio-cultural perspectives, the analysis of those technical aspects cannot be dissociated from the historical context relative to the composer and, to a wider extent, to the 'Groupe des Six'
Analyse de quelques préverbes et prépositions français et bulgares dans une perspective cognitive et formelle by Denitsa Daynovska ( )
2 editions published in 2008 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Cette thèse étudie quelques préverbes et prépositions en bulgare (v/v-, iz/iz-) et en français (dans, hors de, en-/in-, ex-/é-) dans le cadre de la sémantique cognitive et formelle et plus particulièrement dans celui de la Grammaire Applicative et Cognitive (GAC). La formalisation à l'aide d'un schème quasi-topologique utilisant des lieux abstraits permet de construire des représentations adéquates et de dégager un invariant abstrait pour chaque unité étudiée. L'analyse aboutit à la construction d'une carte sémantique des significations d'intériorité et d'extériorité étudiées qui met en évidence les similarités, les différences et les oppositions entre les significations des différents préverbes et prépositions au sein d'une même langue ainsi qu'entre les deux langues, bulgare et français. Les résultats obtenus montrent que chaque langue construit ses propres représentations à partir de primitives invariantes et que, bien que les emplois des unités étudiées soient souvent très proches, il n'est pas possible d'établir des équivalences absolues entre significations. Cette étude contribue à argumenter en faveur de l'hypothèse anti-anti-relativiste de la GAC
Dynamique historique de la langue basque : variation dans l'espace et changement dans le temps by Michel Etchebarne ( )
2 editions published in 2010 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The objective of the present study is to give some idea on the way the Basque language has changed over the last two millennia. For this purpose, the study provides a structured overview of present Basque diasystem. It then focuses on a cluster of verbs considered indicative of the evolution of the system. It presents the main achievements of the Basque diachronic studies and puts first change scenarios forward. It aims to understand how the Latin Romance diasystem has conditioned the evolution of the Basque diasystem. Finally, it offers an insight dealing with the example of the kinship terminology
Etude comparative des verbes supports faire, donner et prendre - buat/membuat, beri/memberi et ambi/memgambil en français en français et en malais by Omrah Bin Hassan Hussin ( )
2 editions published in 2009 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This thesis proposes a comparative study of three support verbs, also called sometimes in English "light verbs", faire/membuat "to do", donner/memberi "to give" and prendre/mengambil "to take" in French and Malay languages. The method used is that of the Lexicon-Grammar of Maurice Gross and that of theory of the Defining Matrix Analysis of Amr Ibrahim. Our objective is to describe the formal properties of the sentences containing support verbs in French and Malay and to compare them from the syntactic and semantic point of view. We have bracket four tests of recognition of the support verb in order to determine the statue of these three verbs in the studied construction. Our study is structured in six chapters. In the first chapter, we expose the main notion: the definition of the support and the different points of view of the linguists that took an interest in the study of the support verb in the framework of the Lexicon-Grammar. The second chapter is a general presentation of the Malay language. The third chapter is the study of the verb support "membuat/faire" (to do) in Malay. The forth chapter is a study of the support verb "memberi/donner" (to give) in Malay. The fifth chapter is a study of the support verb "mengambil/prendre" (to take) in Malay. The sixth chapter is a comparative study between the three support verbs membuat/faire (to do), memberi/donner (to give) and mengambil/prendre (to take) in Malay and French. The results obtained have shown that the support verbs in French and Malay share the same general characteristics. These results also enabled us to show that in spite of the universality of the phenomenon, each language has its own mechanism concerning the function of the support verb and the system of determination
Problèmes et méthodes en toponymie française essais de linguistique historique sur les noms de lieux du Roannais by Xavier Gouvert ( )
2 editions published in 2008 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The purpose of the present essay is to draw up a critical assessment of works produced in French toponymy and to formulate the principles of a rigorous, meticulous place names' study, in touch with every aspects of linguistics. The first section approaches, in the form of an epistemological and retrospective reflexion, the place held by toponymy in the history of linguistics in France, since the 17th century up to nowadays. Section II is devoted to the theoretical problems of toponymy, particularly to a (re)definition of the "toponymic sign" : we support the thesis according to which the proper name is essentially a "preactualized" linguistic sign, i.e. actualized in language (langue) and not in speech (parole). Within this framework, we redefine the concept of "place" itself as a fundamentally linguistic category, i.e an arbitrary, relative and oppositive one. In a third section, we undertake to define the goals and the methods of toponymy, in a practical and concrete approach. From our point of view, toponymy cannot find its methods elsewhere than in historical linguistics, of which it constitutes a sub-field. In order to give a practical application to the designs and methods elaborated in the first three sections of our work, the fourth one takes the shape of a place names' reasoned dictionary of the former province of Roannais (north-west of the Loire department). Each section of the repertory (French stratum, dialectal stratum, Protoromance stratum and Gallic/prelatin stratum) is preceded by an introductory chapter where we deliver a methodical analysis of the main issues concerning the occurrent linguistic stratum. The fifth and last part propounds an illustration, on the basis of three advanced case studies, of what a more "constrained" toponymy can provide, not only to other sub-fields of linguistics, but also to related sciences : geohistoric phonetics ; history of institutions ; history of settlement
 
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