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Parution : Trajectoires professionnelles, trajectoires de vie - Entre engagement et réflexivité

Le 9 mars 2017

Trajectoires professionnelles, trajectoires de vie
Entre engagement et réflexivité
Sous la direction de Gérald Gaglio, Mokhtar Kaddouri et Florence Osty

Ce livre est constitué de six récits de trajectoires professionnelles et de vie personnelle. D'apparence chaotiques et discontinus, ils nous font vivre des actes de délibération interne, des transactions relationnelles, des compromis, des remaniements identitaires forgeant une posture professionnelle sans cesse re-interrogée. Formés à la sociologie, les contributeurs des récits de cet ouvrage nous livrent une lecture multidimensionnelle et pointue des milieux professionnels dans lesquels ils évoluent. Ils nous révèlent aussi comment ils se sont constitués comme sujets agissants.

ISBN : 978-2-343-11285-5 • mars 2017 • 242 pages

http://www.editions-harmattan.fr/index.asp?navig=catalogue&obj=livre&no=52873

Parution : Producing irony in adolescence: A comparison between face-to-face and computer-mediated communication.

Le 9 mars 2017

Marc Aguert, Virginie Laval, Nadia Gauducheau, Hassan Atifi, Michel Marcoccia,
Producing irony in adolescence: A comparison between face-to-face and computer-mediated communication.
Psychology of Language and Communication 20(3), 199–218.
De Gruyter, 2016.

Abstract

The literature suggests that irony production expands in the developmental period of adolescence. We aimed to test this hypothesis by investigating two channels: face-to-face and computer-mediated communication (CMC). Corpora were collected by asking seventh and 11th graders to freely discuss some general topics (e.g., music), either face-to-face or on online forums. Results showed that 6.2% of the 11th graders’ productions were ironic utterances, compared with just 2.5% of the seventh graders’ productions, confirming the major development of irony production in adolescence. Results also showed that adolescents produced more ironic utterances in CMC than face-to-face. The analysis suggested that irony use is a strategy for increasing in-group solidarity and compensating for the distance intrinsic to CMC, as it was mostly inclusive and well-marked on forums. The present study also confirmed previous studies showing that irony is compatible with CMC.

https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/plc.2016.20.issue-3/plc-2016-0013/plc-2016-0013.xml