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Title The discourse studies reader : main currents in theory and analysis / Edited by Johannes Angermuller, University of Warwick ; Dominique Maingueneau, University of Paris est ; Ruth Wodak, Lancaster University.

Published Amsterdam Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2014.
©2014.

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 UniM Bail  401.41 DISC    DUE 18-12-19
Physical description vii, 417 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: I.Theoretical inspirations: Structuralism versus pragmatics -- Introduction -- Ferdinand de Saussure: The value of the sign -- Mikhail Bakhtin: Polyphonic discourse in the novel -- Zellig S. Harris: Towards a distributionalist method -- George Herbert Mead: Thought, communication and the significant symbol -- Ludwig Wittgenstein: Communication as a language game -- John L. Austin: Performing speech -- H. Paul Grice: Using language to mean something -- II.From structuralism to poststructuralism -- Introduction -- Jacques Lacan: The divided subject -- Louis Althusser: The subjectivity effect of discourse -- Michel Pecheux: From ideology to discourse -- Michel Foucault: An archaeology of discourse -- Stuart Hall: Encoding and decoding the message -- Ernesto Laclau: The impossibility of society -- Judith Butler: Speaking to the postcolonial Other -- III.Enunciative pragmatics -- Introduction -- Emile Benveniste: The formal apparatus of enunciation --
Contents note continued: Dominique Maingueneau: The scene of enunciation -- Jacqueline Authier-Revuz: Enunciative heterogeneity -- Oswald Ducrot: Enunciative polyphony -- Johannes Angermuller: Subject positions in polyphonic discourse -- IV.Interactionism -- Introduction -- Harvey Sacks: Turn-taking in conversations -- Erving Goffman: Tacit knowledge in interaction -- John Gumperz: Intercultural encounters -- Aaron V. Cicourel: Maintaining one's self -- James Paul Gee: Language as saying, doing and being -- Jonathan Potter: Discourse and social psychology -- V.Sociopragmatics -- Introduction -- Michael Alexander Kirkwood Halliday: Language as social semiotic -- Theo van Leeuwen: The representation of actors -- Konrad Ehlich: Text and discourse -- Patrick Charaudeau: Discourse strategies and the constraints of communication -- Ruth Amossy: Argumentation and discourse analysis -- John Swales: Genre and discourse community -- VI.Historical knowledge -- Introduction --
Contents note continued: Regine Robin: History and linguistics -- Reinhart Koselleck: Conceptual history -- Dietrich Busse and Wolfgang Teubert: Using corpora for historical semantics -- Thomas Luckmann: Communicative genres -- VII. Critical approaches -- Introduction -- Jurgen Habermas: A normative conception of discourse -- Jan Blommaert and Jef Verschueren: A pragmatics of the cultural other -- Norman Fairclough: A critical agenda for education -- Teun A. van Dijk: Discourse, cognition, society -- Ruth Wodak: Discourses of exclusion: Xenophobia, racism and anti-Semitism.
Other author Angermuller, Johannes, 1973- editor.
Maingueneau, Dominique, editor.
Wodak, Ruth, 1950- editor.
Subject Discourse analysis.
Discourse analysis -- Methodology.
ISBN 9789027212108 (hb : alk. paper)
9789027212115 (pb : alk. paper)