Micro-émotions en interaction : « ah merde, ya rien pour maman » release_adodifz76jg6pbc4bgytusjmsq

by Christian Plantin

Published in Voix Plurielles by Brock University Library.

Volume 12 (2015)

Abstract

L'émotion est abordée non pas sous une perspective individuelle et causale, mais comme un mode de structuration et de développement de l'interaction ; l'unité d'étude est l'épisode émotionnel. On distingue ensuite grandes émotions et micro-émotions, qui naissent et disparaissent dans le flux de l'interaction, comme on le montrera sur une étude de cas avec l'interjection "ah merde". La conclusion porte sur l'apprentissage de l'émotion comme acquisition d'une compétence langagière et interactionnelle. 
 
 Abstract : Micro-emotions in interactions : "oh, shit, there's nothing for mum".
 Emotions are approached not as individual, causally determined phenomena, but as specific ways of developping social interactions. The emotion episode is defined. "Big" emotions are distinguished from "micro"-emotions, which appear and disappear in the interaction. The French interjection "ah merde!" ["oh shit!"] will be taken as an example of such micro-emotion. The concluding remarks refer to emotion education as the acquisition of a linguistic and interactional capacity.
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