Mythologie(s) occitane(s) et figures de l'autorité : le rôle du linguiste dans l'imaginaire de l'aménagement linguistique.

Abstract : This contribution explores, within a critical narrative analysis framework, the changing role and in fact the gradual erasure of the linguist and the sociolinguist as a figure or character in the Occitan activist discourse. It seeks to draw parallels between this phenomenon and the concomitant development of the presence of the medical profession within that discourse, and to establish connections with a new interest for language transmission in the home. Parallel developments can be observed in Wales and other territories where a minority language is spoken, and beyond the erasure of the linguist as a figure, it questions the role of the individual and the collective in language revitalisation.
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Costa James. Mythologie(s) occitane(s) et figures de l'autorité : le rôle du linguiste dans l'imaginaire de l'aménagement linguistique.. Cahiers de l'Observatoire des pratiques linguistiques, 2012, 3, pp.107-117. ⟨ensl-00779661⟩

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