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Description des procédés linguistiques référentiels dans des narrations enfantines en Langue des Signes Française : Maintien et réintroduction des actants.

Abstract : This thesis is to describe the language of signs including how expresses the referential shift in sign language. So we want to validate the theory of the iconicity of Christian Cuxac. This model takes its source in the assumption semiogenetic where the iconicity is considered as the organizing principle. Pour this, we conducted a developmental study with deaf children aged between 5 and 12 years old, having all the LSF as the main language. The LSF narratives produced by deaf children have been bait to describe what linguistic structures were preferred in the framework of the referential shift and what were those that emerged based on the cognitive maturity of the child. This work has also focused on the development of the narrative skill. This study shows a development of the narrative ability of deaf children similar to that of hearing children: complex forms are acquired later. Different types of transfer are deployed according to the "age of the narrators: forms are more frequent and more varied.»
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Stéphanie Gobet. Description des procédés linguistiques référentiels dans des narrations enfantines en Langue des Signes Française : Maintien et réintroduction des actants.. Linguistique. Université Paris 8 Vincennes Saint-Denis, 2007. Français. ⟨tel-01558460⟩

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