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Article du Mélanges 1981

LE DISCOURS ORAL EN ELABORATION : DIRECTIONS DE RECHERCHE

CARTON, Francis


The research described in this article aims at showing how oral interactive discourse (i.e. discourse which is produced by several participants working in collaboration) is organised at several different levels of structure (acts, sequences acts, interactive structure, propositional content, formal realisations). Instead of reading discourse as static, a finished product, we are trying to describe it as something dynamic and to analyse its ongoing syntagmatic development. The analysis is being carried out on ’argumentative’ discourse, situations in which the paticipants are in disagreements or at odds, where they try to pursue their personal objectives whilst at the same time being obliged to take into account the interactive constraints imposed by the other participants’ interventions : to do this, they use the shorter - or the longer-term discursive strategies which we hope to describe and which, together which the more generally recognised rules of organisation, give discourse its coherence.

From the pedagogical point of view, this type of analysis (several examples of which are included) should enable those practising the communicative approach to go beyond paradigmatic lists of readymade expressions to be learnt by heart, by providing learners with appropriate discursive strategies which they can use to intervene in discourse.


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