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eBook Discourse Markers (Studies in Interactional Sociolinguistics) ePub

by Deborah Schiffrin

  • ISBN: 0521357187
  • Category: Words Language and Grammar
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Deborah Schiffrin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Reprint edition (February 26, 1988)
  • Pages: 374
  • ePub book: 1269 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1474 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 394

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Discourse markers contribute to this integration as contextual coordinates, an- Discourse Markers.

Discourse markers contribute to this integration as contextual coordinates, an- Discourse Markers. Studies choring an utterance into more than one dis- in Interactional Sociolinguistics, 5. New York: course component at once and indexing utter- Cambridge University Press, 1987. produced and are to be interpreted. There is nothing frivolous in this data-filled, KATHRYN WOOLARD conscientious work.

Series: Studies in Interactional Sociolinguistics (Book 5). Paperback: 376 pages. This is a good, basic book to introduce the concept of discourse markers to students of discourse analysis or sociolinguistics. If you are taking classes in linguistics, there is a good chance that your professor will use some of these dialogues as examples. There has been a lot of work done on the subject since this book was published, so anyone who wants to go into more depth should look into more recent publications.

Story, performance, and event: Contextual studies of oral narrative. Elicitation as a problem of discourse. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Briggs, C. L. (1986).

Discourse Markers book. Discourse Markers (Studies in Interactional Sociolinguistics). 0521357187 (ISBN13: 9780521357180).

by Deborah Schiffrin.

Markers Deborah Schiffrin 6. Talking Voices: Repetition, Dialogue, and Imagery in Conversational Discourse Deborah.

Studies in Interactional Sociolinguistics, . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1987. Pp. x + 364. Charles L. Briggs. Keywords: Cambridge University, Discourse Deborah, Deborah Schiffrin, Interactional Sociolinguistics, University Press, discourse markers.

Deborah Schiffrin The study concludes that markers provide contextual coordinates which aid in the . Discourse Markers Studies in Interactional Sociolinguistics (Том 5). Автор.

Cambridge University Press, 26 февр. The study concludes that markers provide contextual coordinates which aid in the production and interpretation of coherent conversation at both local and global levels of organization. Cambridge University Press, 1988.

Items related to Discourse Markers (Studies in Interactional Sociolinguistics. The core of the book is a comparative analysis of markers within conversational discourse collected by Dr. Schiffrin during sociolinguistic fieldwork. Schiffrin, Deborah Discourse Markers (Studies in Interactional Sociolinguistics). ISBN 13: 9780521357180.

Discourse markers--the particles oh, well, now, then, you know, and I mean, and the connectives so, because, and, but, and or --perform important functions in conversation and call for the rigorous analysis this study provides. Schiffrin's approach is interdisciplinary, within linguistics and sociology, and demonstrates that markers and the conversations in which they function can only be properly understood as an integration of structural, semantic, pragmatic, and social factors. The core of this book is a comparative analysis of markers within conversational discourse collected by Dr. Schiffrin during sociolinguistic fieldwork. The study raises a wide range of theoretical and methodological issues, and the insights it offers will be of great value to readers confronting the very substantial problem presented by the search for an adequate model of discourse.

Comments

Fearlesssinger Fearlesssinger
This is a good, basic book to introduce the concept of discourse markers to students of discourse analysis or sociolinguistics. If you are taking classes in linguistics, there is a good chance that your professor will use some of these dialogues as examples. There has been a lot of work done on the subject since this book was published, so anyone who wants to go into more depth should look into more recent publications. Nevertheless, this book is well worth reading, both for its content and as an example of how to do discourse analysis.
Pooker Pooker
It's a great book, from a great author, which is indispensable for the researchers of conversation/discourse analysis. The author writes and arguments well!
Геракл Геракл
I used this book to write my thesis... it was a great help, great information... easy to understand and a very educational read. :) Great shipping as well! Way to go!
salivan salivan
The condition was very good.
spacebreeze spacebreeze
I had to warn everyone interested in purchasing this, because I NEVER return books I've purchased to the book store, and this one I did. I conducted extensive research on this exact linguistic phenomena, myself, and I can assure you that Schiffrin has no idea what she's doing. I actually read through some of the book in the store before taking it to the register, but it wasn't until I got about a quarter of the way in that I began to notice all the problems. Firstly, her test subjects are all from one (mostly Jewish) neighborhood, but her claim that she's interested in how members of the same community use discourse similarly to one another is IN NO WAY justified by her line of inquiry. On the contrary, it would seem more illustrative to me for her to have examined the phenomena in as WIDE a variety of subjects as possible. The book, as is, comes off as no more than an excuse for Schiffrin to sit around and gossip with a bunch of old ladies from her block. The real kicker, however, is that she uses HER OWN conversational dialogue as basis for her analysis! Even if she didn't know what aspects of discourse she'd be looking at most closely in her subsequent analysis, this is an unforgivable offense to legitimate research. Any halfway decent undergrad professor, if s/he'd seen this, would have told her to start over or write a different book.