‘The Discourse Reader, Second Edition, is now the definitive source of readings on discourse analysis. It is the best balanced and integrated collection available, ranging from papers engaged with close analysis of language details to ones dealing with wider social and political themes.’ - James Paul Gee, University of Wisconsin, USA
'The Discourse Reader provides a unique and visionary collection of readings that define modern discourse studies as a field of diversity, complexity and versatility. It demonstrates the methodological and theoretical pluralism that characterizes the field, thus avoiding the trap of simplification, and it keeps its eyes open to innovative and new work. There is no such thing as a "classic" in discourse analysis, it is always work-in-progress. Precisely this insight makes this collection so valuable.' - Jan Blommaert, Institute of Education, University of London, UKFrom the Publisher:
The Discourse Reader collects in one volume the most important and influential articles on discourse analysis. Designed as a structured sourcebook and divided into clear sections, the book covers the foundations of modern discourse analysis and represents all of its contemporary methods and traditions.
The second edition:
The second edition of The Discourse Reader remains an essential resource for all students of discourse analysis.
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Descripción Routledge, 2006. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Introduction: Perspectives on Discourse Analysis Discourse Analysis Journals Part 1: Discourse: Meaning, Function and Context Editors' Introduction 1 Roman Jakobson: Linguistics and Poetics 2 J. L. Austin: How to Do Things with Words 3 H. P. Grice: Logic and Conversation 4 John J. Gumperz: Sociocultural Knowledge in Conversational Inference 5 Emanuel A. Schegloff: Talk and Social Structure 6 M. M. Bakhtin: The Problem of Speech Genres 7 Roland Barthes: Myth Discussion Points for Part One Part 2: Methods and Resources for Analysing Discourse Editors' Introduction 8 Deborah Cameron, Elizabeth Fraser, Penelope Harvey, Ben Rampton and Kay Richardson: Ethics, Advocacy and Empowerment 9 Norman Fairclough: Global Capitalism and Critical Language Awareness 10 J. Maxwell Atkinson and John Heritage: Jefferson's Transcript Notation 11 Elinor Ochs: Transcription as Theory 12 Theo van Leeuwen: Sound in Perspective 13 David Graddol: The Semiotic Construction of a Wine Label Discussion Points for Part Two Part 3: Sequence and Structure Editors' Introduction 14 William Labov: The Transformation of Experience in Narrative 15 Derek Edwards: Narrative Analysis 16 Harvey Sacks: 'The Baby Cried. The Mommy Picked It Up' 17 Anita Pomerantz: Preference in Conversation: Agreeing and Disagreeing with Assessments 18 Emanuel A. Schegloff and Harvey Sacks: Opening up Closings 19 Deborah Schiffrin: Oh as a Marker of Information Management Discussion Points for Part Three Part 4: Negotiating Social Relationships Editors' Introduction 20 Bronislaw Malinowski: On Phatic Communion 21 Erving Goffman: On Face-work 22 Penelope Brown and Stephen Levinson: Politeness: Some Universals in Language Usage 23 Janet Holmes: Women, Men and Politeness: Agreeable and Disagreeable Responses 24 Deborah Tannen and Cynthia Wallat: Interactive Frames and Knowledge Schemas in Interaction: Examples From a Medical Examination/Interview 25 Nikolas Coupland and Virpi Ylanne: Talk about the Weather: Small Talk, Leisure Talk and the Travel Industry 26 Gunther Kress and Theo van Leeuven: Visual Interaction Discussion Points for Part Four Part 5: Identity and Subjectivity Editors' Introduction 27 Stuart Hall: The Whites of their Eyes 28 Katharine Young: Narrative Embodiments: Enclaves of the Self in the Realm of Medicine 29 Deborah Cameron: Performing Gender Identity: Young Men's Talk and the Construction of Heterosexual Masculinity 30 Deborah Cameron: Styling the Worker: Gender and the Commodification of Language in the Globalized Service Economy 31 Deborah Tannen: New York Jewish Conversational Style Discussion Points for Part Five Part 6: Power, Ideology and Control Editors' Introduction 32 Pierre Bourdieu: Language and Symbolic Power 33 Michel Foucault: The Incitement to Discourse 34 Judith Butler: Burning Acts, Injurious Speech 35 Teun A van Dijk: Discourse and the Denial of Racism 36 Ian Hutchby: Power in Discourse: The Case of Arguments on a British Talk Radio Show 37 Hugh Mehan: Oracular Reasoning in a Psychiatric Exam Discussion Points for Part Six. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE_book_new_0415346320
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