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書名 From pragmatics to dialogue / edited by Edda Weigand, Istvan Kecskes
出版項 Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2018]
國際標準書號 9789027201188 (hbk.)
9789027263742 (ebook)
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 人文社會聯圖  P99.4.P72 F76 2018    在架上    30630020119705
說明 222 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
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系列 Dialogue studies (DS), 1875-1792 ; volume 31
Dialogue studies ; v. 31
附註 "This volume aims at building bridges from pragmatics to dialogue and overcoming the gap between two 'circles' which have cut themselves off from each other in recent decades even if both addressed the same object, 'language use'. Pragmatics means the study of natural language use. There is however no clear answer as to what language use means. We are instead confronted with multiple and diverse models in an uncircumscribed field of language use. When trying to transform such a puzzle of pieces into a meaningful picture we are confronted with the complexity of language use which does not mean 'language' put to 'use' but represents the unity of a complex whole and calls for a total change in methodology towards a holistic theory. Human beings as dialogic individuals use language as dialogue which allows them to tackle the vicissitudes of their lives. Dialogue and its methodology of action and reaction can be traced back to human nature and provides the key to the unstructured field of pragmatics. The contributions to this volume share this common ground and address various perspectives in different types of action game"-- Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references and index
Dialogue: The key to pragmatics / Edda Weigand -- Humboldt, Bhartrihari, and the dialogic / Lisbeth A. Lipari -- Moving beyond pragmatics: The role of dialogue in studies of "rhetoric in situ" / Jennifer L. Adams -- Progress in language teaching: From competence to dialogic competence-in-performance / Marion Grein -- Research interview as social interaction: The epistemics of a dialogic approach to language use in social sciences / Letizia Caronia -- Bounded segments of interaction: The case of redressing the breach of a cultural norm once it is flagged / Robert E. Sanders and Anita Pomerantz -- Dialogicity in written language use: Variation across expert action games / Marina Bondi -- Dialogic pragmatics and complex objects: Engaging the life and work of Gregory Bateson / Ronald C. Arnett -- Types and functions of pseudo-dialogues / Arto Mustajoki, Tatiana Sherstinova and Ulla Tuomarla
鏈接 Online version: From pragmatics to dialogue Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2018] 9789027263742 (DLC) 2018033395
主題 Pragmatics
Dialogue analysis
Alt Author Weigand, Edda, editor
Kecskés, István, editor
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