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Nageur, bridgeur : les noms d’humains pratiquant une activité sportive ou ludique et l’agentivité

Abstract : In this study we analyse French nouns designating humans as agents of games (bridgeur, gamer, rôliste) or sports (nageur, badiste, judoka). The goal of our research is threefold. First, we review the methodological issues and the linguistic difficulties of inventorying this subclass of human nouns. We also provide a first sample. Second, a multifactorial description of this sample is proposed. Third, we study the functioning of the nouns designating players and sportsmen as agent nouns. We specifically examine the notion of dispositional agent, and analyse the construction of the different agentive readings (episodic / dispositional) for deverbal and denominal nouns.
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Angelina Aleksandrova, Véronique Lagae. Nageur, bridgeur : les noms d’humains pratiquant une activité sportive ou ludique et l’agentivité. 6e Congrès Mondial de Linguistique Française, Jul 2018, Mons, Belgique. ⟨hal-03273426⟩

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