Les titres de presse : entre jeux linguistiques et enjeux politiquesRacha EL KHAMISSY
AbstractThis article approaches the titles of the newspapers which offer an object of search of great interest. It is an approach which crosses linguistics and policy. It is about a linguistic reading of some titles of political nature in the daily French press, more precisely in Le Monde, Le Figaro and Libération. Indeed, the article questions the titles of these three newspapers in connection with two political actors in the French presidential election of 2007 - Nicolas Sarkozy (the candidate of UMP) and Ségolène Royal (the candidate of the PS), while describing the linguistic mechanisms and the political purposes of some titles, and while trying to answer the following questions: does the titrated language of the newspapers reflect a particular ideology? Does it contribute to create the public opinion?
|Keywords||titles, press, politics, discourse, linguistics, elections;titres - presse - politique - discours - linguistique - élections||Issue Date||2010||Journal||REVUE INTERNATIONALE D'ÉTUDES EN LANGUES MODERNES APPLIQUÉES (Rielma)- N°3||Series/Report no.||N°3;||URI||http://research.asu.edu.eg/123456789/584||ISSN||1844-5586|
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