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La division sociale de la langue: la fiction d'une langue populaire

Abstract : The objective of this paper, exploring historical and (socio) linguistic texts, is to highlight how the discourse on the French language, its formation and function, is spanned by the idea of a social division constituting of a " popular language " , identified with a social class and devalued. This investigation questions the notion of language and its image in the linguistic conscience and it raises the problem of the social institution of language. The common language, pluralized and diversified in the historical and linguistic discourse, is doubled up as a standard language, established by school, whose effects have been pointed out in the original works of Renée Balibar. So we finally mention the thesis of this author and put the standard language in perspective, as it relates to literary styles, with the transposition of social variations in a fiction language.
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Dominique Ducard. La division sociale de la langue: la fiction d'une langue populaire. Revista Virtual de Estudos da Linguagem - ReVEL, Gabriel de Ávila Othero, 2016, Discourses and Social Inequalities, 24 (3), ⟨10.17851/2237-2083.26.3.789-814⟩. ⟨hal-01421775⟩

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