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La valence: l'approche pronominale et son application au lexique verbal

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  09 June 2003

KAREL VAN DEN EYNDE
Affiliation:
University of Leuven
PIET MERTENS
Affiliation:
University of Leuven

Abstract

L'article décrit le cadre méthodologique de l'approche pronominale et présente la base de données lexicale PROTON, un dictionnaire de valence verbale pour le français, élaboré dans cette approche. La valence y est caractérisée par les paradigmes de pronoms proportionnels (dont les traits s'unifient avec ceux des constituants comportant des éléments lexicaux). On présente, dans une forme actualisée, les notions-clef pour la description des constructions et des schèmes de valence, ainsi que les prolégomènes à la typologie des prédicateurs et de leurs actants. Ensuite on précise le contenu et les conventions formelles du lexique de valence. Une entrée du lexique est commentée à titre d'exemple. Cette même entrée est ensuite comparée aux articles correspondants du dictionnaire de valence spécialisé de Busse et Dubost (1983).

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2003 Cambridge University Press

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Footnotes

Nous remercions Claire Blanche-Benveniste, Piet Desmet, José Tummers, ainsi que les trois relecteurs anonymes de la revue pour leurs commentaires sur une version antérieure de cet article.
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