La resignification. Pratiques technodiscursives de répétition subversive sur le web relationnel

Abstract : The paper proposes a theorization of the notion of resignification in discourse analysis based on the proposals of Judith Butler and American linguists working in the field of gender and language studies, which makes it possible to report on certain technodiscursive practices on the web 2.0. It describes the origins of the notion, its mobilization as a political practice of subversive repetition and its semantic-pragmatic functioning as an operator of inversion of the values of an offensive word, before laying down a theoretical definition for the analysis of the discourse, based on a series of categorizing criteria. It then proposes a typology of native digital practices of response to phenomena of discursive cyberbullying, falling within the scope of resignification, based on three categories: enunciative recontextualisation, analogue publication and the production of a cultural device.
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Marie-Anne Paveau. La resignification. Pratiques technodiscursives de répétition subversive sur le web relationnel. Langage et Société, Maison des Sciences de L'homme Paris, 2019, Discours numériques natifs. Des relations sociolangagières connectées. ⟨hal-02145765⟩

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