Analyse du discours, sémiologie, linguistique

Présentation

Théories et principaux concepts de l’analyse du discours ; les dimensions sociologiques, cognitives, idéologique des discours ; l’analyse multimodale des documents, la pragmatique (M. German 12h / M. Saki 12h)

Bibliographie

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