Introduction - Simone BONNAFOUS and Malika TEMMAR 1
Introduction1 Simone BONNAFOUS and Malika TEMMAR Discourse analysis became current in France in the late 1960s, thanks to researchers working in a variety of disciplines such as linguistics, sociology, history and philosophy. They all shared an interest in lin- guistic phenomena considered in their social and historical contexts. Although the concepts and methods of the language sciences have long been a feature of this field of research, relationships with the other human and social sciences have always played a part too. Exchanges between these disciplines, far from signalling a fragmentation of dis- course analysis, have gone hand in hand with its development as it came to be recognised and established through research centres, con- ferences, journals and, more recently, textbooks and dictionaries2. The 1 Thanks to Alice Krieg-Planque and Claire Oger for reading this text and giving their advice. We would also like to thank Dominique Ducard for his support during the later stages of publication. 2 Without claiming to be exhaustive, a list might include: Dominique Maingueneau, L’Analyse du discours. Introduction aux lectures de l’archive, Paris, Hachette Supérieur, collection Linguistique, 1991. Georges-Elia Sarfati, Eléments d’analyse du discours, Paris, Nathan Université, collection 128, 2001. Francine Mazière, L’Analyse du discours. Histoire et pratiques, Paris, Presses Universitaires de France, Collection Que sais-je?, 2005. Patrick Charaudeau and Dominique Main- gueneau editors, Dictionnaire d’analyse du discours, Paris, Seuil, 2002. Catherine Détrie, Paul Siblot and Bertrand Verine editors, Termes et concepts pour l’analyse du discours. Une approche praxématique, Paris, Honor...
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