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New developments in systemic linguistics. volume 1. theory and description

New developments in systemic linguistics. volume 1. theory and description (Loan 2 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Halliday, Michael Alexander Kirkwood, 1925 -. Fawcett, Robin P.
Title Statement
New developments in systemic linguistics. volume 1. theory and description / ed. by M.A.K Halliday, Robin P. Fawcett.
Publication, Distribution, etc
London   New York :   Frances Pinter,   [1987].  
Physical Medium
x, 297 ; 23 cm.
Series Statement
Open linguistics series
ISBN
0861876369
General Note
Includes index.  
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographies.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Systemic grammar.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
VOLUME 1 THEORY AND DESCRIPTION
Foreword = ⅸ
Introduction / M. A. K. Halliday ; Robin P. Fawcett = 1
 0.1 The problem of how to make progress in linguistics? and keep your friends = 1
 0.2 The other 'new developments' = 5
 0.3 Conclusions = 9
Part Ⅰ Theory
 1 The meaning of features in systemic linguistics / James R. Martin = 14
  1.1 Systemic linguistics as an item and paradigm model = 14
  1.2 The formal meaning of features = 16
  1.3 The formal meaning of features and relational network linguistics = 26
  1.4 The non-formal meaning of features = 30
  1.5 Socio-semantic networks = 34
  1.6 Speech functions and MOOD = 35
  1.7 Conclusions = 37
Part Ⅱ Discourse
 2 Is teacher an unanalysed concept? / Margaret Berry = 41
  2.1 Introduction = 41
  2.2 Some facts about classroom discourse = 42
  2.3 The need for an explanation = 43
  2.4 The type of explanation that could be offered = 44
  2.5 Some facts about doctor-patient interviews and committee talk = 46
  2.6 Some hypotheses that could account for the facts = 48
  2.7 A further set of hypotheses = 50
  2.8 Future work to test the hypotheses = 53
  2.9 Conclusion = 61
 3 Sociosemantic networks and discourse structure / Geoffrey J. Turner = 64
  3.1 Introduction = 64
  3.2 The question of'semantic structures' = 64
  3.3 Complementary emphases? = 66
  3.4 Discourse : layers of structure = 67
  3.5 Speech functions and discourse functions = 69
  3.6 Berry's proposals = 78
  3.7 Locating the Birmingham work and the sociosemantic work = 88
  3.8 Conclusion = 90
Part III Meta-functions
 4 Meta-functions : aspects of their development, status and use in systemic linguistics / Michael Gregory = 94
  4.1 The development of the concept of meta-functions = 94
  4.2 Two positions on meta-functions : M. A. K. Halliday and R. P. Fawcett = 97
  4.3 J. R. Martin's proposed approach to register and meta-functions = 100
 5 The logical and textual functions / Jeffrey Ellis = 107
  5.0 Introduction = 107
  5.1 The logical function = 107
  5.2 The textual function = 114
  5.3 Relations between the two functions = 122
Part Ⅳ System networks in the lexico-grammar
 6 The semantics of clause and verb for relational processes in English / Robin P. Fawcett = 130
  6.1 Basic problems = 130
  6.2 Some primary choices in the relational process network = 136
  6.3 Further primary choices = 143
  6.4 From elegance to usability : some more delicate choices = 162
  6.5 Summary and conclusions = 174
 7 The grammarian's dream : lexis as most delicate grammar / Ruqaiya Hasan = 184
  7.1 The lexico-grammatical stratum = 184
  7.2 The lexico-grammar of acquisition : gather, collect, accumulate = 187
  7.3 The lexico-grammar of deprivation 1 : scatter, divide, distribute = 197
  7.4 The lexico-grammar of deprivation 2 : frCTft, spill, share = 202
  7.5 The continuity of grammar and lexis = 206
 8 Communicative function and semantics / Christopher S. Butler = 212
  8.1 Aims and scope = 212
  8.2 Three approaches to indirect speech acts = 212
  8.3 Communicative function as semantic = 213
  8.4 The middle path = 217
  8.5 The 'surface meaning' approach = 220
  8.6 Beyond the semantics = 222
  8.7 Conclusion = 226
 9 Continuative and inceptive adjuncts in English / David J. Young = 230
  9.0 Introduction = 230
  9.1 The meaning of the items = 231
  9.2 Suppletion : negative and interrogative clauses = 232
  9.3 Aspect = 239
  9.4 Conjunctive adjuncts = 243
Part Ⅴ The daughter dependency grammar version of the theory
 10 Daughter dependency theory and systemic grammar / R. A. Hudson = 246
  10.1 Similarities between DDT and systemic grammar = 246
  10.2 The role of features = 247
  10.3 Sister dependencies = 249
  10.4 Function labels = 253
  10.5 System networks and classification rules = 255
 11 Voice neutrality and functional roles in the English clause : a contribution to daughter-dependency grammar / J. Taglichi = 258
  11.0 Introduction = 258
  11.1 Functional roles in daughter dependency grammar = 258
  11.2 Voice neutrality in English = 259
  11.3 The feature (-personal) as a key to voice neutrality = 260
  11.4 Raising and voice neutrality = 264
  11.5 The functions of raised elements in the matrix clause = 265
  11.6 Conclusion = 267
Appendix = 269
Part Ⅵ Phonology
 12 Aspects of word phonology / V. Prakasam = 272
  12.0 Introduction = 272
  12.1 Phonetic features = 272
  12.2 The basic component = 273
  12.3 Efficacy of the functionalist approach = 277
  12.4 Lexical registration = 282
  12.5 Morphological function of 'sounds' = 284
  12.6 Summary = 285
Index to Volume 1 = 289


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