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Les enjeux de l’emploi communautaire de motifs séquenciels en analyse du discours

Abstract : Corpus linguistics has developed methods to identify and quantify various types of collocative phenomena. One such phenomena is the "sequential motif" (Legallois, Charnois and Poibeau 2016). Focusing on recurrent collocations forming key expressions greatly enhance literary discourse analysis. They help detect communities of writers and the ideological values that they share. Such sequential motifs are found in sentimental narratives published in Lyon in the 1540s. Recurrent collocations in the Comptes amoureux and Philandre propose a polemical defense of amorous and sexual freedom. They thus reveal values shared by the community of authors.
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Pascale Mounier. Les enjeux de l’emploi communautaire de motifs séquenciels en analyse du discours. CORELA - COgnition, REprésentation, LAngage, CERLICO-Cercle Linguistique du Centre et de l'Ouest (France), 2018, Réseaux communautaires et variation dans le langage en moyen français et français préclassique, [14 p.]. ⟨10.4000/corela.6665⟩. ⟨hal-02167600⟩

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