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eBook Discourse Analysis (Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics) ePub
Author: Gillian Brown
Language: English
ISBN: 0521284759
ISBN13: 978-0521284752
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (August 31, 1983)
Pages: 300
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 636
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Series: Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics. Paperback: 300 pages. This is a standard read for anyone attempting discourse analysis. Even besides this, if you are attempting the field, you would do well to start here anyway.

Series: Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics. Publisher: Cambridge University Press (August 31, 1983). I found Brown's style easy to follow, and extremely fruitful for enhancing my understanding of the topic and practice. Anyone studying this topic would benefit from this resource. The Cambridge Series in general is altogether remarkable. I own several of them in the series and have benefited immensely by the authors who have contributed to them.

Gillian brown Discourse analysis - (Cambridge textbooks in linguistics) 1. Discourse analysis.

professor of linguistics louisiana state university. The right of the University of Cambridge to print and sell all manner of books. was granted by Henry Viil in 1534. The University has printed and published continuously since IS84. Cambridge university press. New york new rochelle melbourne sydney. Discourse analysis - (Cambridge textbooks in linguistics) 1. 1. Title 11. Yule, George 415 P302.

Discourse analysis is a term that has come to have different interpretations for scholars working in different disciplines. For a sociolinguist, it is concerned mainly with the structure of social interaction manifested in conversation; for a psycholinguist, it is primarily concerned with the nature of comprehension of short written texts; for the computational linguist, it is concerned with producing operational models of text-understanding within highly limited contexts.

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Gillian D. Brown (born 1937) is a British linguist. She is known for her expertise on discourse analysis. Phonological Rules and Dialect Variation: A Study of the Phonology of Lumasaaba. Speakers, Listeners and Communication: Explorations in Discourse Analysis. Questions of Intonation.

Discourse analysis is a term that has come to have different interpretations for . Discourse Analysis Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics. Gillian Brown, George Yule. In this textbook, first published in 1983, the authors provide an extensive overview of the many and diverse approaches to the study of discourse, but base their own approach centrally on the discipline which, to varying degrees, is common to them all - linguistics.

Gillian Brown, George Yule-Discourse Analysis (Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics) (1983). Download with Google. Gillian Brown, George Yule-Discourse Analysis (Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics) (1983). Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics. This book makes for absorbing reading. It is very well-written, inspiring and clear.

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Discourse analysis is a term that has come to have different interpretations for scholars working in different disciplines. For a sociolinguist, it is concerned mainly with the structure of social interaction manifested in conversation; for a psycholinguist, it is primarily concerned with the nature of comprehension of short written texts; for the computational linguist, it is concerned with producing operational models of text-understanding within highly limited contexts. In this textbook, first published in 1983, the authors provide an extensive overview of the many and diverse approaches to the study of discourse, but base their own approach centrally on the discipline which, to varying degrees, is common to them all - linguistics. Using a methodology which has much in common with descriptive linguistics, they offer a lucid and wide-ranging account of how forms of language are used in communication. Their principal concern is to examine how any language produced by man, whether spoken or written, is used to communicate for a purpose in a context.
Whitehammer
This is a standard read for anyone attempting discourse analysis. Even besides this, if you are attempting the field, you would do well to start here anyway. I found Brown's style easy to follow, and extremely fruitful for enhancing my understanding of the topic and practice. Anyone studying this topic would benefit from this resource. The Cambridge Series in general is altogether remarkable. I own several of them in the series and have benefited immensely by the authors who have contributed to them.
spacebreeze
Great intro to discourse analysis features and processes.
Cerar
It met my expectations.
I would certainly recommend it to a friend.
Good quality product compared to similar products of its kind.
HyderCraft
This review pertains to the 2004 reprint edition. Aside from the lousy type in the book (an old mimeograph machine could have made clearer print than whoever reprinted this edition), the content is excellent. Though originally copyrighted in 1983, the content is still relevant. The portrayal of DA is balanced, taking into account a wide array of research. The authors have done their readers a service in several ways: (1) the book is a good resource of DA terminology and concepts; (2) they look at the research critically, presenting pros and cons, and where appropriate, provide their own alternative theories; (3) they write in a manner that is surprisingly engaging and fairly easy to follow; (4) the data from which they glean examples are from real world discourse (if contrived, they tell the reader); (5) they provide a solid bibliography for anyone doing work in DA. I recommend this book.
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