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Anaphores et Langue des signes : comment les enfants sourds racontent

Abstract : To refer to protagonists requires using specific linguistic forms, which allow getting back to the lexical or situational antecedent. Our aim is to observe the forms used by deaf children to refer to the protagonists of a narrative, as verbal subject. Our study bears more specifically on stories produced in French Sign Language by 5 to 11 year-old children. We describe the various linguistic structures as well as their compositional complexity according to the age. Two linguistic structures will be more specifically analyzed: the personal transfers and the situational transfers, which involve linguistically relevant elements such as gaze and space of signation
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Stéphanie Gobet. Anaphores et Langue des signes : comment les enfants sourds racontent. Les cahiers de praxématique, Montpellier : Presses universitaires de la Méditerranée, 2006-, 2019, La gestion de l'anaphore en discours : complexités et enjeux, ⟨10.4000/praxematique.5701⟩. ⟨hal-02495799⟩



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