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Description et comparaison des procédés iconiques mis en œuvre dans les signes des langues des signes irlandaise et française

Abstract : This work reflects the similarities and differences between the signs of two sign languages: French Sign Language (LSF) and Irish Sign Language (ISL). This thesis is based on signs from dictionaries, described in tables thanks to four keys that are handshape, the location of the sign, the orientation of the hand and its movement. These signs are classified into different semantic fields to compare the iconic procedures implemented in LSF and ISL. We focus on the interpretation of each sign and rank them according to the classification established by D. Bouvet. To achieve our objectives, we report on the historical and cultural aspects of both languages and deaf people of both countries: France and Ireland.
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Sophie Grindatto. Description et comparaison des procédés iconiques mis en œuvre dans les signes des langues des signes irlandaise et française. Linguistique. 2011. ⟨dumas-00670448⟩

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