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"This text strikes the perfect balance between coverage and practice. Every major topic in discourse analysis is introduced, illustrated, and referenced in the different chapters. The exercises incorporate extensive data from a variety of languages and situations, including discourse, and discourse in electronic media. Both students and scholars will draw upon this text as a substantive new resource in discourse analysis." Ellen Barton, Wayne State University <!--end-->
"Barbara Johnstone has written a clear and engaging introduction to discourse analysis - one that encourages attention to the smallest linguistic details while shedding light on the broadest sociocultural issues. Outstanding discussion questions and activities offer students opportunities not only to reflect on what they have just read but to apply these new concepts to a wide range of important real-life discourses." Heidi E. Hamilton, Georgetown University
"As Johnsotne observes, "anyone who wants to understand human beings has to understand discourse"(7). All those whoe seek such understanding and teach others how to sutdy discourses regardless of their discipline or departmental home ought to have Johnstone's Discourse Analysis in their bookshelves." Maureen Daly Goggin, Arizona State University
Discourse Analysis is an ideal textbook for students taking a first course in linguistic approaches to discourse. It presupposes no previous coursework in linguistics. It is designed to encourage students to think about discourse analysis as an open-ended heuristic, a set of techniques for systematically studying every possible source of the meaning of a sequence of speech or writing.
Chapters cover the complex relationships between discourse and various aspects of context, such as linguistic structure, participants and prior discourse. Discussion questions and ideas for small research projects are interspersed throughout. Each chapter ends with a set of suggested supplementary readings.
Clearly written, accessible, up to date, and comprehensive, Discourse Analysis is useful for teachers and students in many disciplines.
Barbara Johnstone is Professor of Rhetoric and Linguistics at Carnegie Mellon University. She is the author of Stories, Community, and Place(1990), Repetition in Arabic Discourse (1991), The Linguistic Individual (1996), and Qualitative Methods in Sociolinguistics (2000) as well as many articles, book chapters, and edited volumes.
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