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List of Figures Preface to Second Edition Preface to First Edition 1 Introduction What is Discourse Analysis? Some Uses of Discourse Analysis Facets of Discourse Analysis Data for Discourse Analysis Transcription: Representing Speech in Writing “Descriptive” and “Critical” Goals Locations of Meaning Discourse as Strategy, Discourse as Adaptation Language and Languaging Particularity, Theory, and Method From Text Outward Summary 2 Discourse and World Linguistic Categories, Minds, and Worldviews Discourse, Culture, and Ideology Language Ideology Silence Summary 3 Intention and Interpretation Speech Acts and Conversational Implicature Contextualization Cues and Discourse Marking Rhetorical Aims, Strategies, and Styles Verbal Art and Performance Summary 4 Discourse Structure: Parts and Sequences Words and Lines Paragraphs and Episodes Discourse Schemata and the Structure of Narrative The Emergent Organization of Conversation Old and New Information and the Organization of Sentences Cohesion Structures and Rules 5 Participants in Discourse: Relationships, Roles, Identities Power and Community Indexicality Stance and Style Social Roles and Participant Structure Audience, Politeness, and Accommodation Social Identity and Identification Personal Identity: Discourse and the Self The Linguistic Individual in Discourse Summary 6 Prior Texts, Prior Discourses Intertextuality and Interdiscursivity Repetition in Conversation Register: Repeated Styles for Repeated Situations Genre: Recurrent Forms, Recurrent Actions Frames, Plots, and Coherence Summary 7 Discourse and Medium Early Work on “Orality and Literacy” Literacy and Literacies Communication and Technology Planning and Discourse Structure Fixity, Fluidity, and Coherence Medium and Interpersonal Relations Analyzing Multimodal Discourse Summary
Barbara Johnstone is Professor of Rhetoric and Linguistics at Carnegie Mellon University, USA. She is the author of several books as well as numerous articles and book chapters on topics related to language, place, and the individual.
Revised and updated, this third edition of Barbara Johnstone's Discourse Analysis encourages students to think about discourse analysis as an open-ended set of techniques. Exploring a variety of approaches, including critical discourse analysis, conversation analysis, interactional and variationist sociolinguistics, ethnography, corpus linguistics, social semiotics, and other qualitative and quantitative methods, the book balances its comprehensive coverage with extensive practical examples, making it the ideal introductory text for students new to the subject. This new edition reflects the increased importance within the field of new media discourse, multi-modal discourse and the analysis of large corpora of discourse data. Updated material expands the discussion of stance-taking, whilst new material addresses recontextualization, precontextualization, and language and the body. Pedagogical features have been refreshed, including discussion questions, exercises, and ideas for small research projects, with suggested supplementary readings at the end of each chapter to encourage further discovery. The combination of breadth of coverage, practical examples, and student-friendly pedagogical features ensures Discourse Analysis remains the ideal textbook for students taking their first course in linguistic approaches to discourse.
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