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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Schiffrin, Deborah.
Title Statement
Approaches to discourse / Deborah Schiffrin.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Oxford, UK ;   Cambridge, Mass., USA :   B. Blackwell ,   1994.  
Physical Medium
x, 470 p. ; 26 cm.
Series Statement
Blackwell textbooks in linguistics ; 8
ISBN
0631166238 (pbk. : acid-free paper) 063116622X (acid-free paper)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [439]-458) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Discourse analysis.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface and Acknowledgments = ⅷ
PART Ⅰ THE SCOPE OF DISCOURSE ANALYSIS = 1
 1 Overview = 5
  1 Introduction = 5
  2 "Core" examples from different approaches to discourse = 6
  3 Plan of the book = 12
 2 Definitions of Discourse = 20
  1 Introduction = 20
  2 Formal and functionalist paradigms = 20
  3 Discourse: language above the sentence = 23
  4 Discourse: language use = 31
  5 Discourse: utterances = 39
  6 Summary: definitions, issues, and discourse analysis = 41
PART Ⅱ APPROACHES TO DISCOURSE ANALYSIS = 45
 3 Speech Act Theory = 49
  1 Introduction = 49
  2 Defining speech act theory = 49
  3 Sample analysis: questions, requests, offers = 61
  4 Speech act theory as an approach to discourse = 89
  Exercises = 91
 4 Interactional Sociolinguistics = 97
  1 Introduction = 97
  2 Defining interactional sociolinguistics = 98
  3 Sample analysis: "speaking for another" = 106
  4 Interactional sociolinguistics as an approach to discourse = 133
  Exercises = 134
 5 The Ethnography of Communication = 137
  1 Introduction = 137
  2 Defining the ethnography of communication = 137
  3 Sample analysis: questions as speech acts in speech events = 144
  4 An ethnographic approach to discourse = 185
  Exercises = 186
 6 Pragmatics = 190
  1 Introduction = 190
  2 Defining pragmatics = 191
  3 Referring terms: pragmatic processes in discourse = 197
  4 Sample analysis: referring sequences in narrative = 203
  5 Gricean pragmatics as an approach to discourse = 226
  Exercises = 228
 7 Conversation Analysis = 232
  1 Introduction = 232
  2 Defining conversation analysis = 233
  3 Sample analysis: "there + BE + ITEM" = 239
  4 Conversation analysis as an approach to discourse = 273
  Exercises = 279
 8 Variation Analysis = 282
  1 Introduction = 282
  2 Defining variation analysis = 283
  3 Sample analysis: the "list" as text = 291
  4 The vriationist approach to discourse = 330
  Exercises = 333
PART Ⅲ CONCLUSION = 335
 9 Structure and Function = 339
  1 Introduction = 339
  2 Structure and function in discourse analysis = 339
  3 Comparisons among approaches: from utterance to discourse = 353
  4 Conclusion = 359
 10 Text and Context = 362
  1 Introduction = 362
  2 What is context? = 365
  3 What is text? = 378
  4 Conclusion = 383
 11 Discourse and Communication = 386
  1 Introduction = 386
  2 Aspects of communication = 387
  3 Discourse analysis and models of communication = 391
  4 Summary = 405
 12 Conclusion: Language as Social Interaction = 406
  1 Introduction = 406
  2 Starting points: differences among approaches = 406
  3 Principles of discourse analysis: language as social interaction = 414
  4 At the borders of different disciplines = 418
Appendix 1 Collecting Data = 420
Appendix 2 Transcription Conventions = 422
Appendix 3 Sample Data = 434
Bibliography = 439
Index = 459


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