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Diastratismes et réallocation des variantes : français d’Amérique et de Nouvelle-Calédonie

André Thibault 1
1 STIH-MLE - Équipe Modélisation linguistique et épistémologie
STIH - Sens, Texte, Informatique, Histoire
Abstract : This paper proposes a systematic, comparative and analytical survey of the correspondences between regionalisms in New Caledonia on the one hand, and in North-America (Laurentian, Acadian and Cajun French) and the Antilles (French and Creole) on the other. It identifies a number of archaisms but also a set of common innovations, and specifically deals with vulgarisms that have undergone reallocation processes in overseas varieties. In conclusion, New Caledonia French appears to be the "last frontier" of a former colonial empire populated by expatriates who have built a norm of their own, far from the normative weight of the metropolis.
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André Thibault. Diastratismes et réallocation des variantes : français d’Amérique et de Nouvelle-Calédonie. Langages, Armand Colin (Larousse jusqu'en 2003), 2016, 203 (3), pp.71. ⟨10.3917/lang.203.0071⟩. ⟨hal-02531925⟩

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