DES « FASHION » ANGLICISMES EN FRANÇAIS CONTEMPORAIN PROVENANT D’UN CORPUS ORAL – UNE HYBRIDATION VOULUE OU UN MÉTISSAGE NÉCESSAIRE ?
Author(s): Radka Mudrochová
ANGLICISMS CONCERNING “FASHION” IN CONTEMPORARY FRENCH EXCERPTED FROM AN ORAL CORPUS – A DESIRED LINGUISTIC HYBRIDIZATION OR MIXING?
Subject(s): Language and Literature Studies
Published by: Editura Universitaria Craiova
Keywords: Anglicism; fashion; Les Reines du shopping; loanword; neologism
Summary/Abstract: This article focuses on the study of the phenomenon of English neological loans in female speech (part of a project of the same name directed by the Faculty of Design and Art at the University of West Bohemia). In this first part of the research, we opted for an oral corpus which draws from the FrenchTV show Les Reines du shopping. While analysing this TV show (its 15 episodes), with its major focus on fashion, style, trends and shopping, targeting mainly female public, we identified a certain number of Anglo-Saxon words, sorted them (by their neological meaning) and commented on them. The study itself is presented through the problem of Anglicisms and loans in general.
- Issue Year: XXI/2017
- Issue No: 1
- Page Range: 49-64
- Page Count: 16
- Language: French