"[T]he most comprehensive interdisciplinary one-volume set of readings on discourse that is available today. Jaworski and Coupland have succeeded in combining their broad coverage with a clear focus on the social nature of discourse."-Jef Verschueren, International Pragmatics Association "'Finally we have it. This book belongs on the shelf of everyone with an interest in discourse from beginning student to seasoned researcher.' Ron Scollon, Georgetown University, USA."Vom Verlag:
The Discourse Reader is the first comprehensive collection of student-oriented, key, original writings on discourse analysis, from the editors of Sociolinguistics: A Reader and Coursebook . Designed as a structured source book for students from introductory undergraduate level upwards, the Reader is divided into clear sections covering the foundations of modern discourse analysis. It represents all the contemporary methods and traditions of discourse analysis, including: pragmatics and speech act theory ethnomethodology and conversation analysis interactional sociolinguistics narrative analysis critical discourse analysis. Each section is introduced by the editors. The Discourse Reader is an indispensible introduction to major theoretical writings and the best examples of discourse analysis. Authors include: Atkinson and Heritage, Austin, Bakhtin, Bell, Brown and Levinson, Bourdieu, Caldas-Coulthard, Cameron, Cicourel, Fairclough, Foucault, Giddens, Goffman, C. Goodwin Grice, Gumperz, Holmes, Hutchby, Jakobson, Kendon, Kress and van Leeuwen Labov, Malinowski, Mehan, Ochs, Sacks, Schegloff, Schriffrin, Tannen and Wallat, van Dijk, and Young.
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Buchbeschreibung Taylor & Francis Ltd., 1999. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Gebraucht. Gebraucht - Akzeptabel Ecken angestoßen, verschmutzt - 448 pp. Artikel-Nr. INF3002932213