Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics (GURT) 1992: Language, Communication, and Social Meaning

Voorkant
James E. Alatis
Georgetown University Press, 1 okt. 1993 - 538 pagina's

This volume, based on the forty-third annual Georgetown University Round Table, covers a variety of topics ranging from the relationship of language and philosophy; through language policy; to discourse analysis.

 

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Inhoudsopgave

Welcoming remarks
1
An introduction
22
Peter H Lowenberg San Jose State University
41
Kamal K Sridhar State University of New York Stony Brook
56
Judith Diamondstone Harvard Graduate School of Education
70
Contexts for meaning
79
Sandra J Savignon University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
104
James Dean Brown University of Hawaii at Manoa
117
John Moran Georgetown University
135
Diane LarsenFreeman School for International Training
158
Valette Boston College
174
Margie Berns Purdue University
199
Joan Morley The University of Michigan
241
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Pagina 9 - They do not depend so much upon any one system (eg, tense, or nouns) within the grammar as upon the ways of analyzing and reporting experience which have become fixed in the language as integrated "fashions of speaking" and which cut across the typical grammatical classifications, so that such a "fashion" may include lexical, morphological, syntactic, and otherwise systemically diverse means coordinated in a certain frame of consistency.

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