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Dire la crise : mots, textes, discours / Dire la crisi: parole, testi, discorsi / Decir la crisis: palabras, textos, discursos

Approches linguistiques à la notion de crise / Approcci linguistici al concetto di crisi / Enfoques lingüísticos sobre el concepto de crisis

Edited By Daniela Pietrini and Kathrin Wenz

En considérant la « crise » comme une notion discursive, ce volume se propose de reconstruire sa conceptualisation du point de vue de sa mise en langage. Les auteurs explorent les différentes façons de raconter la crise économique avec son lexique (européismes, néologismes, phraséologismes), les métaphores, les topoï discursifs et les stratégies d’euphémisation et d’interdiction linguistique, tout en mettant en relation la construction linguistique de la crise avec les contextes extralinguistiques propres aux pays concernés.

Partendo dalla considerazione della crisi come nozione discorsiva, questo volume si propone di ricostruirne la concettualizzazione in ambito romanzo dal punto di vista della sua costruzione linguistica. Gli autori esplorano i vari modi di raccontare la crisi economica con il suo lessico (europeismi, neologismi, fraseologismi), le metafore, i topoi discorsivi e le strategie eufemistiche e di interdizione linguistica, mettendo in relazione la costruzione linguistica della crisi con i rispettivi contesti extralinguistici.

Teniendo en cuenta la "crisis" como un concepto discursivo, este volumen se propone reconstruir su conceptualización desde la perspectiva de su lenguaje. Los autores exploran el fenómeno mediante el léxico (europeísmos, neologismos), las metáforas, los topoi discursivos y varias estrategias eufemísticas. Así se pone en relación la construcción lingüística de la crisis económica con los contextos extralingüísticos específicos de cada país analizado.

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Les auteurs / Contributors

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Massimo ARCANGELI is full Professor of Italian Linguistics at the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures at the University of Cagliari (where he is currently also in charge of teaching Sociology of cultural and communication processes). From 2008 to 2010 he served as Dean of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures of the University of Cagliari. From 2010 to 2011 he teached theory and techniques of journalistic language at the University LUISS-Guido Carli.

Linguist, communication sociologist, literary critic and writer, Arcangeli is a member of the doctoral college in Historical Linguistics and Italian linguistic history of the University of Rome (“La Sapienza”). He collaborates with the Institute of the Italian Encyclopedia Treccani, where he also held management responsibilities, and with radio and television. Furthermore, he writes, even as a commentator and columnist, on various daily newspapers and magazines.

Sabina CEFFA studied German, English and Spanish literature at the University of Genova and at the University of Sevilla. She subsequently completed an M.A. at the University of Heidelberg (Karl-Ruprecht-Universität), where her thesis considers representations of the European debt crisis in the German and Italian press. Together with Professor Giovanni Rovere from the University of Heidelberg she has published an article for the magazine SILTA on the narratives surrounding the Euro crisis in Italian and German newspapers. Sabina Ceffa currently works as a translator and on her PhD project. Her research interests are political discourse analysis, cultural comparison, corpus linguistics, translation.

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