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Comparaison lexicale entre la langue des signes française (LSF) et la langue des signes britannique (BSL) : le vocabulaire des nouvelles technologies

Abstract : This work is a lexical comparison between the French Sign Language (LSF) and the British Sign Language (BSL). It is composed in the first part by an historic contextualisation of the situation that deaf people and signs languages have gone through, followed by a linguistic contextualisation based on researches done on sign language studies. In a second part of this work, we will expose an analysis of our data composed by terms linked to new technologies. This analysis is based on three axis of comparison : the phonology, the iconicity and the variation between the LSF and the BSL, and as we will see, the variation between speakers of the same language.
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Submitted on : Wednesday, September 15, 2010 - 10:30:30 AM
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Mathilde Varin. Comparaison lexicale entre la langue des signes française (LSF) et la langue des signes britannique (BSL) : le vocabulaire des nouvelles technologies. Linguistique. 2010. ⟨dumas-00517656⟩

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