This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. 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. Bookseller Inventory #
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.
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The second edition of The Discourse Reader remains an essential resource for all students of discourse analysis.
About the Author:
Adam Jaworski is Professor and Nikolas Coupland is Professor and Director, both at the Centre for Language and Communication Research, Cardiff University.
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