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Normes et usages de la langue en politique

Standards and practices of the language in politics
Edited by Valérie Bonnet and Henri Boyer

This issue deals with the connections between linguistic variation in political and media discourses and the judgement this variation from the standard french may imply. It is composed by studies in phonetic variation (the « accent ») and grammatical (use of specific verbal forms) and lexical changes (regionalisms, moan words). The specific variation from standard french and the different kinds of social consequences (distinction, discrimination / stigma...) of this variation shows the importance of sociolinguistic representations that French people and Quebecers have on their tongue on this specific linguistic market that is the political and media communication.

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