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L'émotion à un niveau textuel : la fonction structurante des émotions observée à partir d'annotations

Abstract : We are interested in the analysis of emotions from the point of view of textual linguistics, i.e. by revealing structuring phenomena based on the identification of blocks of contiguous sentences linked by a semantic criterion. It is the criterion of emotions - and their possible causes and consequences when they are expressed - felt by entities appearing through a text. We first briefly present the linguistic and psycholinguistic works on which our approach is based. We then describe our linguistic analysis methodology, which is based on the use of an annotation scheme to identify a set of non-lexical linguistic markers used in the denotation of an emotion. We then propose a way of representing a text based on the previous one and allowing the visualization of blocks of semantically linked sentences. We illustrate the application of this representation mode with two examples of texts, one from the children's press and the other from children's literature. Finally, we discuss the contributions, limits and perspectives opened by the implementation of our methodology of analysis of the structuring power of emotions present in a text.
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Delphine Battistelli, Aline Étienne, Gwénolé Lecorvé. L'émotion à un niveau textuel : la fonction structurante des émotions observée à partir d'annotations. Discours - Revue de linguistique, psycholinguistique et informatique, Laboratoire LATTICE, inPress. ⟨hal-03607564⟩

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