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Discourse and language education / Evelyn Hatch.

By: Hatch, Evelyn.
Material type: TextTextSeries: . Cambridge language teaching library.Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, c1992Description: xi, 333 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0521415829; 0521426057 (pbk.); 9780521415828.Subject(s): Discourse analysis | Communication | Speech acts (Linguistics)DDC classification: 401.4'1 Online resources: WorldCat details
Contents:
Table of contents 1. Communication theory: system constraints and conversational analysis -- System constraints -- Conclusion -- Research and application -- References -- 2. Communication theory: ritual constraints -- Ritual constraints and system constraints -- Social competence and face -- Conclusion -- Research and application -- References -- 3. Scripts and communication theory -- The script -- The classroom script -- Scripts and memory -- Conclusion -- Research and application -- References -- 4. Speech acts and speech events -- Speech acts -- Speech act functions and subfunctions -- Speech act analysis -- Speech events -- Speech event analysis -- Research and application -- References -- 5. Rhetorical analysis -- Genres -- Text structure theory -- Connections between analyses -- Conclusion -- Research and application -- References -- 6. Coherence, cohesion, deixis, and discourse -- Cohesion and deixis -- Cohesive devices -- Conclusion -- Research and application -- References -- 7. Discourse mode and syntax -- Features of planned and unplanned language -- Features of involvement and detachment -- Identifying BICS versus CALP -- Conclusion -- Research and application -- References -- 8. Pragmatics, prosody, and contextual analysis -- Pragmatics -- Contextual analysis -- Prosody and context -- Research and application -- References -- 9. Layers of discourse analysis -- Linguistic and cognitive templates -- Linguistic and cognitive processes -- Social, linguistic, and cognitive processes -- Discourse as a social and cognitive enterprise -- Review and application -- Conclusion -- References
Summary: "Discourse analysis is the study of how communication--spoken and written--is structured so that it is socially appropriate and linguistically accurate. This book gives practical experience in analyzing discourse. It includes analyses of spoken language--conversations, classroom interactions, speech events, and scripts--and written language--from formal rhetorical structures of composition to the informal style of Read more...
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Table of contents 1. Communication theory: system constraints and conversational analysis --
System constraints --
Conclusion --
Research and application --
References --
2. Communication theory: ritual constraints --
Ritual constraints and system constraints --
Social competence and face --
Conclusion --
Research and application --
References --
3. Scripts and communication theory --
The script --
The classroom script --
Scripts and memory --
Conclusion --
Research and application --
References --
4. Speech acts and speech events --
Speech acts --
Speech act functions and subfunctions --
Speech act analysis --
Speech events --
Speech event analysis --
Research and application --
References --
5. Rhetorical analysis --
Genres --
Text structure theory --
Connections between analyses --
Conclusion --
Research and application --
References --
6. Coherence, cohesion, deixis, and discourse --
Cohesion and deixis --
Cohesive devices --
Conclusion --
Research and application --
References --
7. Discourse mode and syntax --
Features of planned and unplanned language --
Features of involvement and detachment --
Identifying BICS versus CALP --
Conclusion --
Research and application --
References --
8. Pragmatics, prosody, and contextual analysis --
Pragmatics --
Contextual analysis --
Prosody and context --
Research and application --
References --
9. Layers of discourse analysis --
Linguistic and cognitive templates --
Linguistic and cognitive processes --
Social, linguistic, and cognitive processes --
Discourse as a social and cognitive enterprise --
Review and application --
Conclusion --
References

"Discourse analysis is the study of how communication--spoken and written--is structured so that it is socially appropriate and linguistically accurate. This book gives practical experience in analyzing discourse. It includes analyses of spoken language--conversations, classroom interactions, speech events, and scripts--and written language--from formal rhetorical structures of composition to the informal style of Read more...

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