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단행본
Personal Author
Schiffrin, Deborah. Tannen, Deborah. Hamilton, Heidi Ehernberger.
Title Statement
The handbook of discourse analysis / edited by Deborah Schiffrin, Deborah Tannen, and Heidi E. Hamilton.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Malden, Mass. :   Blackwell Publishers,   2001.  
Physical Medium
xx, 851 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Series Statement
Blackwell handbooks in linguistics
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0631205950 (alk. paper)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Discourse analysis -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
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Contents information

Author Introduction

데보라 태넌(엮은이)

미국 워싱턴 조지타운대학교 언어학과 교수이며, 사회언어학자, 시인이기도 하다. 그동안 남자와 여자, 가족 구성원들 그리고 절친한 친구 간에 주고받는 대화방식에 대한 흥미롭고 생생한 사례들을 연구해왔으며, 그 결과 어떻게 하면 가장 가까운 사람들 사이의 관계를 개선시킬 수 있는지 저자만의 특별한 방법들을 제시해왔다. 지은 책으로 《가족이니까 그렇게 말해도 되는 줄 알았다》 《그래도 당신을 이해하고 싶다》 《일터에서의 남vs여 대화의 법칙》 등이 있다. 특히 《가족이니까 그렇게 말해도 되는 줄 알았다》는 ‘더 나은 삶을 위한 책’으로 선정되었으며, 《그래도 당신을 이해하고 싶다》는 <뉴욕타임스> 베스트셀러 목록에서 8개월 동안 1위를 차지했고 31개 언어로 번역되었다. 인기 토크쇼와 TV 뉴스에서 자주 찾는 초대 손님으로 말로 인해 벌어지는 여러 가지 갈등 양상과 그 해결 방법을 사람들과 함께 고민해오고 있으며, <뉴욕타임스> <워싱턴 포스트> <타임> <뉴스위크> 등 주요 신문 잡지에 글을 기고하고 있다. 홈페이지 www.deborahtannen.com

Deborah Schiffrin(엮은이)

Deborah S. Schiffrin(엮은이)

Heidi Ehernberger Hamilton(엮은이)

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Table of Contents

Contributors.

Introduction: Deborah Schiffrin (Georgetown University), Deborah Tannen (Georgetown University) and Heidi Hamilton (Georgetown University).

Part I: Discourse Analysis and Linguistics:.

1. Intonation and Discourse: Current Views from Within: Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen (University of Konstanz).

2. Cohesion and Texture: Jim Martin (University of Sydney).

3. Discourse Markers: Language, Meaning and Context: Deborah Schiffrin (Georgetown University).

4. Discourse and Semantics: Neal Norrick (Saarland University).

5. Discourse and Relevance Theory: Diane Blakemore (Southampton University).

6. Discourse and Information Structure: Gregory Ward and Betty Birner (Northwestern University).

7. Historical Discourse Analysis: Laurel Brinton (University of British Columbia).

8. Typology and Discourse: John Myhill (University of Haifa).

9. Register Variation: A Corpus Approach: Douglas Biber (Northern Arizona University) and Susan Conrad.

Part II: The Linking of Theory and Practice in Discourse Analysis:.

10. Nine Ways of Looking at Apologies: The Necessity of Interdisciplinary Theory and Method in Discourse Analysis: Robin Lakoff (University of California, Berkeley).

11. Interactional Sociolinguistics: A Personal Perspective: John Gumperz (University of California, Berkeley).

12. Discourse as an Interactional Achievement III: The Omnirelevance of Action: Emanuel Schegloff (University of California, Los Angeles).

13. Discourse and Interaction: Monica Heller (University of Toronto).

14. The Linguistic Structure of Discourse: Livia Polanyi (FX Palo Alto Lab).

15. The Variationist Approach Towards Discourse Structural Effects and Socio-Interactional Dynamics: Sylvie DuBois (Louisiana State University) and David Sankoff (Université de Montréal).

16. Computer-Assisted Text and Corpus Analysis: Lexical Cohesion and Communicative Competence: Michael Stubbs (University of Trier).

17. The Transcription of Discourse: Jane Edwards (University of California, Berkeley).

Part III: Discourse: Language, Context, and Interaction:.

Political, Social, and Institutional Domains:.

18. Critical Discourse Analysis: Teun van Dijk (University of Amsterdam).

19. Discourse and Racism: Ruth Wodak (Universität Wein) and Martin Reisigl.

20. Political Discourse: John Wilson (University of Ulster).

21. Discourse and the Media: Colleen Cotter (Georgetown University).

22. Discourse Analysis in the Legal Context: Roger Shuy (Georgetown University).

23. The Discourse of Medical Encounters: Nancy Ainsworth-Vaughn (Michigan State University).

24. Language and Medicine: Suzanne Fleischman (University of California, Berkeley).

25. Discourse in Educational Settings: Carolyn Adger (Temple University).

26. Institutional Narratives: Charlotte Linde (Institute for Research on Learning).

Culture, Community, and Genre:.

27. Discourse and Intercultural Communication: Ronald and Suzanne Scollon (Georgetown University).

28. Discourse and Gender: Shari Kendall and Deborah Tannen (Georgetown University).

29. Discourse and Aging: Heidi Hamilton (Georgetown University).

30. Child discourse: Jenny Cook-Gumperz (University of California, Santa Barbara) and Amy Kryatzis (University of California, Santa Barbara).

31. Computer-Mediated Discourse: Susan Herring (University of Texas).

32. Discourse and Narrative: Barbara Johnstone (Carnegie Mellon University).

33. Discourse and Conflict: Christina Kakavá (Mary Washington College).

Part IV: Discourse Across Disciplines:.

34. The Analysis of Discourse Flow: Wallace Chafe (University of California, Santa Barbara).

35. The Discursive Turn in Social Psychology: Rom Harré (Linacre College, Oxford and Georgetown University).

36. Discourse and Language Teaching: Elite Olshtain (Hebrew University) and Marianne Celce-Murcia (University of California, Los Angeles).

37. Discourse Analysis in Communication: Karen Tracy (University of Colorado).

38. Discourse and Sociology: Sociology and Discourse: Allen Grimshaw (Indiana University).

39. Imagination in Discourse: Herb Clark and Mija VanDerWege (both Stanford University).

40. Literary Pragmatics: Jacob Mey (Odense University).

41. Computational Perspectives on Discourse and Dialogue: Bonnie Webber (University of Pennsylvania).

Index.


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