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Information structure and sentence form : topic, focus, and the mental representations of discourse referents

Information structure and sentence form : topic, focus, and the mental representations of discourse referents (Loan 28 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Lambrecht, Knud.
Title Statement
Information structure and sentence form : topic, focus, and the mental representations of discourse referents / Knud Lambrecht.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge ;   New York, NY, USA :   Cambridge University Press ,   1994.  
Physical Medium
xvi, 388 p. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0521380561
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 362-375) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Grammmar, Comparative and general --Syntax. Discourse analysis. Pragmatics. Grammar, Comparative and general --Sentences.
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Contents information

Author Introduction

Knud Lambrecht(지은이)

<정보 구조와 문장 형식>

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Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Preface = xiii
1 Introduction = 1
 1.1 What is information structure? = 1
 1.2 The place of information structure in grammar = 6
 1.3 Information structure and sentence form: a sample analysis = 13
  1.3.1 Three examples = 13
  1.3.2 A note on markedness in information structure = 15
  1.3.3 Analysis = 19
  1.3.4 Summary = 24
 1.4 Information structure and syntax = 25
  1.4.1 Autonomy versus motivation in grammar = 26
  1.4.2 The functional underspecification of syntactic structures = 29
  1.4.3 Sentence types and the notion of grammatical construction = 32
2 Information = 36
 2.1 The universe of discourse = 36
 2.2 Information = 43
 2.3 Presupposition and assertion = 51
 2.4 The pragmatic accommodation of presuppositional structure = 65
3 The mental representations of discourse referents = 74
 3.1 Discourse referents = 74
 3.2 Identifiability = 77
  3.2.1 Identifiability and presupposition = 77
  3.2.2 Identifiability and definiteness = 79
  3.2.3 The establishment of identifiability in discourse  = 87
 3.3 Activation  = 93
  3.3.1 The activation states of referents  = 93
  3.3.2 Principles of pragmatic construal = 101
 3.4 Summary and illustration = 105
 3.5 Identifiability, activation, and the topic-focus parameter = 113
4 Pragmatic relations: topic = 117
 4.1 Definition of topic = 117
  4.1.1 Topic and aboutness = 117
  4.1.2 Topic referents and topic expressions = 127
 4.2 Topic and subject = 131
  4.2.1 Subjects as unmarked topics = 131
  4.2.2 Non-topical subjects and the thetic-categorical distinction = 137
  4.2.3 Topical non-subjects and multiple-topic sentences = 146
 4.3 Topic, presupposition, and semantic interpretation = 150
 4.4 Topic and the mental representations of referents = 160
  4.4.1 Topic relation and activation state = 160
  4.4.2 The Topic Acceptability Scale = 165
  4.4.3 Unaccented pronominals as preferred topic expressions = 172
  4.4.4 Topic promotion = 176
   4.4.4.1 Presentational constructions = 177
   4.4.4.2 Detachment constructions = 181
 4.5 Implications for syntactic theory = 184
  4.5.1 The Principle of the Separation of Reference and Role = 184
  4.5.2 The PSRR and the canonical sentence model = 189
  4.5.3 The syntactic status of detached constituents = 192
 4.6 Topic and pragmatic accommodation = 195
 4.7 Topic and word order = 199
5 Pragmatic relations: focus = 206
 5.1 Definition of focus = 206
  5.1.1 Focus, presupposition, and assertion = 206
  5.1.2 Focus, and sentence accents = 218
 5.2 Focus structure and focus marking = 221
  5.2,1 Types of focus structure = 221
  5.2.2 Predicate-focus structure = 226
  5.2.3 Argument-focus structure = 228
  5.2.4 Sentence-focus structure = 233
  5.2.5 Summary = 235
 5.3 Prosodic accents: iconicity, rule, default = 238
  5.3.1 Accent, intonation, stress = 238
  5.3.2 Iconic motivation versus grammatical rule = 241
  5.3.3 Default accentuation = 248
 5.4 Focus and the mental representations of referents = 257
  5.4.1 Focus relation and activation state = 257
  5.4.2 Predicates versus arguments = 264
  5.4.3 Focus relation, activation, and presupposition = 269
   5.4.3.1 Complete presupposed propositions = 270
   5.4.3.2 Open presupposed propositions = 277
  5.4.4 Focus and information questions = 282
 5.5 Contrastiveness = 286
  5.5.1 Contrastive foci = 286
  5.5.2 Contrastive topics = 291
 5.6 Marked and unmarked focus structure = 296
  5.6.1 Predicate focus and argument focus = 297
  5.6.2 Sentence focus = 307
   5.6.2.1 The theoretical issue = 307
   5.6.2.2 Previous approaches = 311
   5.6.2.3 Prosodic inversion = 318
 5.7 A unified functional account of sentence accentuation = 322
  5.7.1 Activation prosody revisited = 323
  5.7.2 Topic accents and focus accents: some examples = 326
6 Summary and conclusion = 334
Notes = 341
References = 362
Index = 376


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