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Le concept de culture : une nécessité absolue en sciences humaines ?

Abstract : Intercultural differences are traditionally associated with important social specificities (Heringer 2004, Lüsebrink 2005) that may in many cases lead to disagreements or conflicts (Van Meurs & Spencer-Oatey 2007). Interindividual interactions are thus analyzed as if they were directly linked to culturally marked national traits (Breidenbach & Nyiri 2009, Piller 2011), drawing on nothing else than an a priori cultural analysis of the situation. In recent years however, critical works have been carried in order to isolate the use of this “cultural card” (Sarangi 1994) in relation to identity roleplaying (Burke & Stets 2009). The purpose of the present article is to allow the future production of a different theoretical model which would be closer to individual and social questions at sake during interactions (Boudon 1995, Lemieux 2009), by drawing on the notion of prediscourse (Paveau 2006).
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Albin Wagener. Le concept de culture : une nécessité absolue en sciences humaines ?. Signes, Discours et Sociétés : Revue semestrielle en sciences humaines et sociales dédiée à l'analyse des Discours , Université Galatasaray, 2014. ⟨hal-02103736⟩



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