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Resistance To Narrative Linguistic Discourse In Algeria During The Colonial Period

Dr. Merieme Krifif, Dr. Djilali Djelloul.

Abstract
France, like all colonial powers, tried to obliterate the identity of the peoples under its control, and Algeria was not an exception in this, especially since the French colonization of Algeria was a settler colonialism that considers it an integral part of the French soil and makes strenuous efforts to ensure that it remains French in heart and soul. The French colonialism realized early on that this policy would only succeed by eradicating Islam, which was firmly rooted in the hearts of Algerians since 13 centuries. The only way to do that was by fighting Arabic, which is the language of Islam, the Noble Qur’an. This is by giving importance to Arabic dialects and studying them as a narrative discourse with the aim of facilitating the communication of its officers with the Algerians on the one hand, as well as generalizing its use among Algerians at the expense of the classical by resorting to restrictions on the latter and closing schools that keep the language alive in the hearts of Algerians. But the most dangerous of that were the attempts to sow discord between the Arabic language and dialects, while this policy naturally included a focus on the ethnic aspect to sow the seeds of discord and division among Algerians, in accordance with the principle of “divide and rule”. The problem of the work was: How did colonialism try to implement this policy in Algeria, and did it actually succeed in achieving its goals? And how did the Algerians resist the French linguistic occupation, while preserving the principles of narrative discourse? To answer these problems. In this intervention, we resorted to the historical approach due to the nature of the topic of the purely historical forum, as well as the descriptive approach, which we saw as indispensable for diagnosing the linguistic phenomenon.

Key words: language resistance; narration; the speech; Linguistic planning, linguistic filtering.


 
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Dr. Merieme Krifif , Dr. Djilali Djelloul. Resistance To Narrative Linguistic Discourse In Algeria During The Colonial Period. EEO. 2023; 22(2): 65-74. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2023.02.06


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Dr. Merieme Krifif , Dr. Djilali Djelloul. Resistance To Narrative Linguistic Discourse In Algeria During The Colonial Period. https://ilkogretim-online.org/?mno=156286 [Access: September 07, 2023]. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2023.02.06


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Dr. Merieme Krifif , Dr. Djilali Djelloul. Resistance To Narrative Linguistic Discourse In Algeria During The Colonial Period. EEO. 2023; 22(2): 65-74. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2023.02.06



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Dr. Merieme Krifif , Dr. Djilali Djelloul. Resistance To Narrative Linguistic Discourse In Algeria During The Colonial Period. EEO. (2023), [cited September 07, 2023]; 22(2): 65-74. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2023.02.06



Harvard Style

Dr. Merieme Krifif , Dr. Djilali Djelloul (2023) Resistance To Narrative Linguistic Discourse In Algeria During The Colonial Period. EEO, 22 (2), 65-74. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2023.02.06



Turabian Style

Dr. Merieme Krifif , Dr. Djilali Djelloul. 2023. Resistance To Narrative Linguistic Discourse In Algeria During The Colonial Period. Elementary Education Online, 22 (2), 65-74. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2023.02.06



Chicago Style

Dr. Merieme Krifif , Dr. Djilali Djelloul. "Resistance To Narrative Linguistic Discourse In Algeria During The Colonial Period." Elementary Education Online 22 (2023), 65-74. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2023.02.06



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Dr. Merieme Krifif , Dr. Djilali Djelloul. "Resistance To Narrative Linguistic Discourse In Algeria During The Colonial Period." Elementary Education Online 22.2 (2023), 65-74. Print. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2023.02.06



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Dr. Merieme Krifif , Dr. Djilali Djelloul (2023) Resistance To Narrative Linguistic Discourse In Algeria During The Colonial Period. Elementary Education Online, 22 (2), 65-74. doi:10.17051/ilkonline.2023.02.06