Langage et société

The study of language, languages and discourse as historically and socially situated phenomena

Founded in 1977, Langage & Société is an interdisciplinary journal whose specific domain is the study of language, languages and discourse as historically and socially situated phenomena, and whose aim is to keep readers informed about on-going research on discourse analysis, socio-linguistics, sociology of language, verbal interactions.

Langage & Société publishes mainly in French, but one article in each issue is in a different language (English, Spanish, German, etc.).

Each issue consists of several parts: a thematic file placed under the responsibility of the Editorial committee, two independent articles (“varia”), book reviews.

Langage & Société benefits from the scientific recognition of the CNRS

 

Founder

Pierre Achard

Executive Editor

Josiane Boutet

Co-Executive Editor

Luca Greco ; Marie-Anne Paveau ; Thierry Guilbert ; Béatrice Fraenkel

Editorial board

Christine Deprez ; Françoise Gadet ; Mat Pires ; Dominique Maingueneau ; Caroline Juillard ; Marc Glady ; Michelle Auzanneau ;  Johannes Angermuller ; Cyril Trimaille.

Scientific Board

Sonia Branca-Rosoff ; Norbert Dittmar ; Alexandre Duchêne ; Monica Heller ; Reiner Keller ; Salikoko Mufwene ; Shana Poplack ; Sirio Possenti ; Andrée Tabouret-Keller.

Reading pannel

Jacqueline Billiez ; Paul Cappeau ; Louis-Jean Calvet ; Cécile Canut ; Dominique Caubet ; Francis Carton ; Patrick Charaudeau ; Marianne Doury ; Laurent Filliettaz ; Médéric Gasquet-Cyrus ; Jacques Guilhaumou ; Alice Krieg-Planque ; François Leimdorfer ; Michel Marcoccia ; Claudine Moïse ; Robert Nicolaï ; David Pontille ; Nicole Ramognino ; Anne Salazar ; Véronique Traverso ; Gabrielle Varro ; Daniel Véronique.

 

Last publications

Marseille

Entre gentrification et ségrégation langagière

 

 

 

 

Langues, langages et discours en sociétés

La revue a 40 ans

 

 

 

 

 

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