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Journal : Mots. Les langages du politique

The journal Mots. Les Langages du Politique falls within the scope of an interdisciplinary perspective between Language Sciences, Political Science, and Information and Communication Sciences.

Mots. Les Langages du Politique publishes thematic feature articles, articles under the heading of "Varia," research papers, and reviews. The articles are published in French and accompanied by abstracts with key words in French, English, and Spanish.

The journal is published with support from the CNRS, and the scientific support of the UMR CRAPE, ICAR, Triangle, the EA CEDITEC and the Société d'étude des langages du politique (SELP).

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Valérie Bonnet, Emmanuel Marty, Cécile Robert
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°134/2024
Mécaniques de la dépolitisation
Mechanics of depoliticisation
This issue sets out to explore the various discursive mechanisms of depoliticisation, including the disqualification of a political approach to the issues and subjects at stake, the narrowing of the space for democratic debate, and the invisibilisation of politics through the gradual imposition of supposedly apolitical rationalities.

Chloé Gaboriaux, Cédric Passard, Annabelle Seoane
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°133/2023
La République au-delà du slogan
Invoking "the Republic", calling oneself a "Republican"... Does the term Republic still have any meaning? The texts in this issue show that the polysemy of the word is less a reflection of the evanescence of its meaning than of a polymorphous debate on the definition of citizenship in a world marked by deepening individualism.

Louis Autin, Virginie Hollard, Romain Meltz, Valérie Bonnet
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°132/2023
Les mots du vote de la Rome antique à la Révolution française
Words describing voting, from Ancient Rome to the French Revolution
The Romans had a rich vocabulary in Latin to describe the voting process. This issue examines how this vocabulary came to take on different meanings, depending on the historical and political contexts in which it was used, in the ancient period as well as in the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the Classical Age.

Julien Auboussier, Milena Doytcheva, Aude Seurrat, Nicanor Tatchim
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°131/2023
La diversité en discours : contextes, formes et dispositifs
Diversity discourses: contexts, forms and systems
This dossier explores a critical approach to "diversity" in its discursive and linguistic dimensions. It debates the meaning of "diversity", the different conceptions it encompasses, its uses, specific variations, in connection with the actors' strategies and in a plurality of enunciation contexts.

Valérie Bonnet, Arnaud Mercier, Gilles Siouffi
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°130/2022
Circulation des discours dans les récits complotistes
Circulation of discourses in conspiracy narratives
This issue of Mots focuses on the interdiscursive and mimetic practices at work in the discourse of conspiracy. It aims to identify the linguistic points that crystallise this circulation and to develop and share an analysis toolbox.

Laura Calabrese, Chloé Gaboriaux, Marie Veniard
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°129/2022
Migration et crise : une co-occurrence encombrante
Migration and crisis: a cumbersome co-occurrence
This dossier focuses on the framing of migratory phenomena as a crisis, with a particular focus on what discourses of crisis do to reception. It brings together contributions from researchers from various disciplines, who investigate both the discursive constructions of the migration crisis and the crisis of discourses on migration.

Chloé Gaboriaux, Rachele Raus, Cécile Robert, Stefano Vicari
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°128/2022
Le multilinguisme dans les organisations internationales
Multilingualism in international organisations
The choice of multilingualism in international organisations involves constant - and costly - translation and interpreting work, the political repercussions of which are still too often underestimated. This dossier aims to shed light on the political repercussions of this work, from a multidisciplinary perspective.

Albin Wagener, Renaud Hourcade, Christian Le Bart, Camille Noûs
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°127/2021
Discours climatosceptiques
Discourses on climate denialism
This issue of the review Mots, devoted to discourses on climate denialism, aims to shed light on the past and present forms of climate denialist statements, as well as their production and circulation, by paying attention both to the political and media fields as well as social networks and "alternative" digital communities.

Chloé Gaboriaux, Camille Noûs
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°126/2021
Le travail et ses maux
Work and its evils
This dossier brings together contributions dealing with words at work. Coming from political science, sociology, anthropology or information and communication sciences, the authors examine the way in which the neo-managerial discourse is conveyed and imposed by private and public sector executives and the way in which employees respond to it.

Angeliki Koukoutsaki-Monnier, Annabelle Seoane, Nicolas Hubé, Pierre Leroux
Mots. Les langages du politique, n°125/ 2021
Discours de haine dans les réseaux socionumériques
Hate speech on social media

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