Relations and Functions within and around Language
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This book describes language as a network of functional relations involving a context which is also a network of functional relations. The essays in Part I present several perspectives on the theory of language as functional relations. The essays in Part II discuss an oral text using a variety of functional perspectives. All of the essays are by linguists interested in oral and written texts who have achieved international recognition in their fields. Illustrated in this book are cognitive, social construction, social praxis and anthropological approaches to the description of text. Currently in linguistics there is a movement towards careful use of corpora in linguistic and text analysis. This movement has involved the use of written corpora, spoken corpora and corpora which consist of combinations of spoken and written text. But little detailed discussion of the language of a single oral text from multiple perspectives has been published. Most text analyzes address written texts - often literary works. This book is among the first to integrate the analysis of the language of spoken and written texts.
Book Details
ISBN-13: 9780826453686
EAN: 9780826453686
Binding: Hardcover
Country Of Origin: United Kingdom
Gardner Classification Code: I02
Illustration: Y
Language: English
MediaMail: Y
Pagination: 320 pages, 108 illustrations
Returnable: Y
Spine Width: 27 mm
UK Availability: GXC
Year Of Publication: 2002
ISBN-10: 0826453686
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Bood Data Readership Text: Tertiary Education (US: College)
Dewey: 415
Height: 236 mm
Illustrations: 108 illustrations
LCCN: 2001037094
No of Pages: 320
PrintOnDemand: N
Series Title: 749
Star Rating: 1
Width: 161 mm