Discourse as Structure and Process, 第 1 卷

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Teun A. van Dijk
SAGE, 1997 - 356 頁
What are the structures of discourse and what are the functions of these structures in the communicative context? This volume explains how and why discourse is organized at various levels.

The multidisciplinary contributions illustrate that discourse analysis goes far beyond the linguistic answer of designing grammars and goes hand in hand with the study of their uses and functions in the social context. Comprehensive and accessible, the volume covers a huge variety of discourse genres, including written and spoken, and storytelling and argumentation. The chapters also illustrate the necessity to examine the mental processes of the language users: How do people go about producing, understanding and remembering text or talk?

 

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The Story of Discourse Analysis
35
Discourse Semantics
63
Discourse and Grammar
112
Discourse styles
138
Rhetoric
157
Narrative
185
Argumentation
208
Genres and Registers of Discourse
230
Discourse Semiotics
257
Cognition
292
Social Cognition and Discourse
320
Name Index
348
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In 1925 Sylvia Townsend Warner (1893-1978) published her first book of verse, The Espalier. With the publication of her novels Lolly Willowes in 1926 and Mr Fortune's Maggot and The True Heart in the following two years, she achieved immediate recognition, and the short stories she contributed to the New Yorker over forty years cemented her reputation on both sides of the Atlantic. In all, she published seven novels, four volumes of poetry and eighteen volumes of short stories. Sylvia Townsend Warner lived most of her life with her partner Valentine Ackland in Dorset and Norfolk. She died in Dorset on 1 May 1978.

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