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== Bibliographie ==
 
== Bibliographie ==
  
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* Abraham, Werner, de Meij, Sjaak (éds.), 1986. ''Topic, Focus and Configurationality'', John Benjamins,
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Amsterdam.
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* Büring, Daniel, 1995. ''The 59th Street Bridge Accent: On the meaning of topic and focus'', Doctoral dissertation, Universität Tübingen.
 
* Gundel, J., 1974. ''The role of topic and comment in linguistic theory'', Doctoral dissertation, University of Texas Austin, distributed by Indiana University Linguistic Club, Bloomington, Indiana.
 
* Gundel, J., 1974. ''The role of topic and comment in linguistic theory'', Doctoral dissertation, University of Texas Austin, distributed by Indiana University Linguistic Club, Bloomington, Indiana.
 
* Hajičová, Eva, Partee, Barbara H., Sgall, Petr. 1998. ''Topic–Focus Articulation, Tripartite Structures, and Semantic Content.'' Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy 71. Dordrecht: Kluwer. (ix + 216 pp.) [http://www1.cuni.cz/~peregrin/mybibl/HTMLTxt/434.htm review]
 
* Hajičová, Eva, Partee, Barbara H., Sgall, Petr. 1998. ''Topic–Focus Articulation, Tripartite Structures, and Semantic Content.'' Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy 71. Dordrecht: Kluwer. (ix + 216 pp.) [http://www1.cuni.cz/~peregrin/mybibl/HTMLTxt/434.htm review]

Version du 9 février 2012 à 16:21

La structure informationnelle ordonne les éléments de la phrase suivant, entre autres, les notions de topique (ou thème) et de focus (ou rhème). Pour aller vite, le thème est ce dont on parle (le topique), et le rhème ce qu'on en dit (le focus, l'information nouvelle).

En breton, comme en hongrois ou en allemand, la structure informationnelle a une lourde influence sur la syntaxe, car elle influe sur l'ordre des mots de la phrase.


Bibliographie

  • Abraham, Werner, de Meij, Sjaak (éds.), 1986. Topic, Focus and Configurationality, John Benjamins,

Amsterdam.

  • Büring, Daniel, 1995. The 59th Street Bridge Accent: On the meaning of topic and focus, Doctoral dissertation, Universität Tübingen.
  • Gundel, J., 1974. The role of topic and comment in linguistic theory, Doctoral dissertation, University of Texas Austin, distributed by Indiana University Linguistic Club, Bloomington, Indiana.
  • Hajičová, Eva, Partee, Barbara H., Sgall, Petr. 1998. Topic–Focus Articulation, Tripartite Structures, and Semantic Content. Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy 71. Dordrecht: Kluwer. (ix + 216 pp.) review
  • Kadmon, Nirit. 2001. Pragmatics Blackwell Publishers, Blackwell Publishers.
  • Lambrecht, Knud. 1994. Information structure and sentence form. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Li, Charles N., Thompson, Sandra A. 1976. Subject and Topic: A New Typology of Languages, Li, Charles N. (ed.) Subject and Topic, New York/San Francisco/London: Academic Press, 457–490.