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The Spontaneity of Emotions Challenged by the Internet: Expressing, Eliciting, Manipulating

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Face au développement de la communication médiée par les réseaux, l’expression des émotions a subi d’importants changements. Cette contribution propose une analyse linguistique de l’expression des émotions sur internet. Afin d’examiner la façon dont l’expression des émotions peut être exploitée par l’énonciateur, l’étude a porté sur un discours propagandiste diffusé sur internet. Plus particulièrement, Dabiq et Dar al-Islam, les deux revues publiées en ligne par l’État islamique, ont constitué notre corpus. Il a été ainsi possible de voir comment les émotions, par nature spontanées, se traduisent ici en productions soigneusement formulées.
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Due to the development of the computer-mediated communication, the expression of emotions has undergone significant changes. This paper proposes à linguistic analysis of the verbalisation of emotions on the Internet. The goal was to examine the way the expression of emotions can be exploited by the speaker. Therefore, the study was conducted on a propagandist discourse available on the Internet. More particularly, Dabiq and Dar al-Islam, the official online magazines published by the Islamic State, constituted the corpus of this analysis. This way, it was possible to investigate how emotions, which are spontaneous by nature, become carefully formulated productions.
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2020
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2020-05-01
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