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* Corresponding author 1 MADYNES - Management of dynamic networks and services Inria Nancy - Grand Est, LORIA - NSS - Department of Networks, Systems and Services

Abstract : The use of social media by Africans and African diasporas have led to the creation of -Facebook groups- identified as ethnic groups. These spaces of community exchanges allow the observation of original modalities of preservation of linguistic diversity mutations in the ethnic belonging. On one hand we are witnessing the encoding of languages that were not usually written, contributing to their current writing use, to the transmission of this competence and literary heritage, to its unification and homogenization. On the other hand, these new communication registers provoke profound changes in the status of these languages and have led to reconcile and rethink the family of mutual understanding languages as an ethnic group in its own.

Résumé : RÉSUMÉ. L-usage des médias sociaux par les Africains et les diasporas africaines a mené à la création de « groupes Facebook » identifiés à des groupes ethniques. Ces espaces d-échange communautaire permettent d-observer des modalités originales de préservation de la diversité linguistique et de l-appartenance ethnique. D-un côté nous témoignons un codification de langues qui n-étaient pas habituellement écrites, contribuant à leur usage courant sur les médias sociaux, transmettant des compétences et des héritages littéraires, unifiant et homogénéisant des patrimoines culturels. De l-autre, ces nouveaux registres communicationnels suscitent des changements profonds dans le statut de ces langues et ont mené à rapprocher et repenser les familles linguistiques d-intercompréhension comme un groupe ethnique à part entière. ABSTRACT. The use of social media by Africans and African diasporas have led to the creation of -Facebook groups- identified as ethnic groups. These spaces of community exchanges allow the observation of original modalities of preservation of linguistic diversity mutations in the ethnic belonging. On one hand we are witnessing the encoding of languages that were not usually written, contributing to their current writing use, to the transmission of this competence and literary heritage, to its unification and homogenization. On the other hand, these new communication registers provoke profound changes in the status of these languages and have led to reconcile and rethink the family of mutual understanding languages as an ethnic group in its own. .

Keywords : Equatorial Guinea Facebook social media ethnicity writing cultural heritage diasporas Central Africa Cameroon Gabon





Autor: Vassili Rivron -

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