Analyzing discourse: text and talkAuthor: Tannen, Deborah Publisher: Georgetown University Press, 1982.Language: EnglishDescription: 382 p. : Graphs ; 24 cxm.ISBN: 0878401164Type of document: BookNote: Georgetown University round table on languages and linguistics 1981Bibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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P302 .A63 1982
Georgetown University round table on languages and linguistics 1981
Includes bibliographical references
Analysis Discourse: Text and Talk Contents Welcoming Remarks James E. Alatis Dean, School of Languages and Linguistics Introduction Deborah Tannen Chair, Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics 1981 Alton L. Becker On Emerson on language Walter J. Ong, S.J. Oral remembering and narrative structures Robin Tolmach Lakoff Persuasive discourse and ordinary conversation, with examples from advertising Frederick Erickson Money tree, lasagna bush, salt and pepper: Social construction of topical cohesion in a conversation among Italian-Americans Emanuel A. Schegloff Discourse as an interactional achievement: Some uses of 'uh huh' and other things that come between sentences Malcolm Coulthard and David Brazil The place of intonation in the description of interaction vii ix 1 12 25 43 71 94 iv / Contents Roger W. Shuy Topic as the unit of analysis in a criminal law case Catherine E. Snow and Beverly A. Goldfield Building stories: The emergence of information structures from conversation Georgia M. Green Competence for implicit text analysis: Literary style discrimination in five-year--olds Joseph E. Grimes Topics within topics Teun A. van Dijk Episodes as units of discourse analysis J. L. Morgan Discourse theory and the independence of sentence grammar V. Melissa Holland and Janice C. Redish Strategies for understanding forms and other public documents William Labov Speech actions and reactions in personal narrative Charles J. Fillmore Ideal readers and real readers William Bright Literature: Written and oral Sally McLendon Meaning, rhetorical structure, and discourse organization in myth Joel Sherzer The interplay of structure and function in Kuna narrative, or: How to grab a snake in the Darien John J. Gumperz The linguistic bases of communicative competence Ron Scollon The rhythmic integration of ordinary talk 113 127 142 164 177 196 205 219 248 271 284 306 323 335 Contents v Steven Feld and Bambi B. Schieffelin Hard talk: A functional basis for Kaluli discourse Fred 'Doc' Bloodgood The medicine and sideshow pitches 350 371
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