Autori: Vasile, B. (2011)
Editorial: Praxiling, University of Montpellier, Données, approches, modeles , 2011.
Within the framework of the multidisciplinary studies of linguistic and clinical psychology type, the access to a reliable linguistic production passes by the data collection and the practical constitution of a corpus. Which are and how take place the phases contributing to the composition of a corpus ready for the analysis? What peculiarities result especially when the research activity occurs in a university hospital? This article lists a few factors which can influence the composition of the corpus and develops in several parts their concrete impact,mostly pulled from the experience in clinic. Thus, the first part states the preliminary stakes constituted by the scientific hypothesis and by the methodology applied for the collection of the linguistic data according to the experimental context. The second part exposes the binding aspects from an institutional, professional and legal point of view but also the relational and multidisciplinary dimensions having an impact on the state of the corpus. Finally, in the third part, we insist on the technical elements (the preliminary, directive, free clinical interviews) and logistics (places, instruments, conditions) which frame, direct and shape the corpus. The conclusion summarizes the headways of the multidisciplinary teamwork and underlines the necessity of a better professional and structural valuation of young researchers (particularly in social and human sciences: psychology, linguistics) whose contributions in the constitution of characterized corpuses and in the qualitative development of diagnostic and therapeutic resources are increasing.
Cuvinte cheie: experiments, clinical interviews, data collection, ethics, schizophrenia