- Date de réalisation : 10 Juin 2021
- Lieu de réalisation : Université Paul Valéry Montpellier 3 Site Saint Charles
- Durée du programme : 68 min
- Classification Dewey : Linguistique, Analyse du discours (langage, linguistique, la littérature et les langues)
- Catégorie : Conférences
- Niveau : Tous publics / hors niveau, niveau Licence (LMD), niveau Master (LMD), Concours (Agrégation, CAPES...)
- Disciplines : Langue et Littérature anglaise et américaine
- Collections : Evidentiality And Modality: At The Crossroads Of Grammar And Lexicon
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Pr. Bernd Heine (Köln University), "The grammar of interactives: The challenge of discourse"
Most work on grammatical analysis has focused on the structure of clauses and sentences organized in a propositional format. Work on discourse processing and the organization of texts suggests, however, that there are many linguistic phenomena that are elusive to a description in terms of ‘sentence grammar’. A number of frameworks, commonly known as ‘dual process models’ (e.g., Evans and Stanovich, 2013; Heine, 2019), have been proposed to account for such phenomena and their psychological and neurolinguistic correlates (e.g., Marini et al., 2005; Haselow, 2019).
Based on this line of research, the present paper argues that there is crosslinguistically a pool of linguistic expressions that appear to be anchored immediately in the situation of discourse rather than in the syntactic or semantic structure of sentences. These expressions, referred to as ‘interactives’, include interjections, ideophones, discourse markers, social formulae, as well as a number of types of linguistic forms. The goal of the paper is to define these expressions as a grammatical category distinct from other linguistic categories.
Evans, J.S.B.T. and Stanovich, K.E. 2013. Dual process theories of higher cognition: advancing the debate. Perspectives on Psychological Science 8, 3: 223–241.
Haselow, Alexander 2019. Discourse markers and brain lateralization: Evidence for dual language processing from neurological disorders. Typescript.
Heine, Bernd 2019. Some observations on the dualistic nature of discourse processing. Folia Linguistica 53, 2: 411-442.
Marini, Andrea, Carlomagno, S., Caltagirone, C. and Nocentini, U. 2005. The role played by the right hemisphere in the organization of complex textual structures. Brain and Language 93: 46-54.