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Existe-t-il une signification sociale stable et univoque de la palatalisation/affrication en français ? Étude sur la perception de variantes non standard

Abstract

Previous socio-phonetic studies showed that palatalization and/or affrication of plosive dental consonants, often considered by phoneticians to be non-standard and working class variants, are widespread in contemporary French, suggesting an on-going phonetical change process. We investigate whether the use of these variants in a sizeable speech sample induces any particular conscious or unconscious evaluational reaction in ordinary young listeners from two different French big cities. Using broadcast news as a formal context for this study, a perceptual experiment was conducted. Results suggest that the mere presence of a high degree of palatalization/ affrication is not sufficiently salient to trigger off a stigmatizing reaction, and that perception is very dependent on the global context; a complex correlation with other co-occurring features could be inferred from our data.
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halshs-00766763 , version 1 (18-12-2012)

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Cyril Trimaille, Maria Candea, Iryna Lehka-Lemarchand. Existe-t-il une signification sociale stable et univoque de la palatalisation/affrication en français ? Étude sur la perception de variantes non standard. pp.00, 2012. ⟨halshs-00766763⟩
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