Open Access
SHS Web of Conferences
Volume 146, 2022
ICODOC 2021 : Le savoir au prisme du langage. Acquisition, transmission, manifestations
Article Number 05002
Number of page(s) 14
Section Les marqueurs discursifs des savoirs
Published online 23 September 2022
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