This is an adaptation of a presentation called “Quand dire c’est faire violence” I gave during a study day at the University of Nantes on January 31st. In Les interactions verbales, Catherine Kerbrat-Orecchioni speaks of the difficulty in establishing the relationship between places occupied in interviews, because of the dissymmetry of...
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