Quantitative approaches to political discourse: corpus linguistics and text statistics

Damon Mayaffre 1 Céline Poudat 1
1 BCL, équipe Logométrie : corpus, traitements, modèles
BCL - Bases, Corpus, Langage (UMR 7320 - UNS / CNRS)
Abstract : The present chapter proposes to build bridges between political discourse analysis and corpus linguistics. We intend to bring to light methodological benefits arising from the synergy of (political) discourse analysis and corpus linguistics, pointing to fruitful contribution from French text statistics. Taking the discourses of Nicolas Sarkozy as an example, we show how political discourse analysis can benefit from a reflection on corpora (their constitution, their role in the research process); on linguistic analysis and processing methods (particularly the computer-assisted methods of text statistics); and finally on the interpretative paths at a time of establishment of a numerical hermeneutics.
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Damon Mayaffre, Céline Poudat. Quantitative approaches to political discourse: corpus linguistics and text statistics. Kjersti Flottum. Speaking of Europe. Approaches to complexity in European political discourse, John Benjamins, pp.65-83, 2013, ⟨10.1075/dapsac.49.04may⟩. ⟨hal-02471184⟩

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