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Insécurité langagière et apprentissage du créole dans l'Hexagone

Abstract : This research is about the use of the Creole language by students of West-Indian origin living in mainland France. Specifically, we did this study because we wondered about the link between linguistic insecurity and students of Guadeloupean origin in Ile-de-France. Our thoughts have led us to two hypothesis: the first one, that students of Guadeloupean origin staying in Ile-de-France are in a linguistic insecurity situation, and the second one, that the linguistic situation among these students disappears through language learning. To confirm or reject our hypothesis we have set up a research protocol composed of three methodological tools that are the observation, the questionnaire and the interview. The results seem to validate the presence of linguistic insecurity among our population. However, they refute the hypothesis of its disappearance through language learning. Nevertheless we clearly notice a decrease of the phenomenon, which allows us, as teachers, to make proposals to reduce it at the maximum.
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Christèle Gros-Prugny. Insécurité langagière et apprentissage du créole dans l'Hexagone. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2016. ⟨dumas-02127961⟩



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