The Handbook of Discourse Analysis, VOLUME I; Contents; Notes on Contributors; Preface to the Second Edition; The Handbook of Discourse Analysis, VOLUME II; Contents; Introduction to the First Edition; What Is Discourse Analysis?; Deborah Tannen; Deborah Schiffrin; Heidi E. Hamilton; Purpose of the Handbook; Conclusion; References; I Linguistic Analysis of Discourse; 1 Discourse and Grammar; 0 Introduction; 1 The Basic Sentence; 2 The Word; 2.1 Lexical categories; 2.2 Incorporation; 3 The Clause; 3.1 Arguments; 3.2 Core and oblique; 3.3 Word order in the clause; 4 Beyond the Nuclear Clause
5 The Complex Sentence6 Coherence; 7 Interaction; 8 Conclusion; References; 2 Intertextuality in Discourse; 0 Introduction; 1 Philosophical and Definitional Foundations; 2 (Re)Contextualization, Genre, and the Intertextual Gap; 3 Reported Speech and Constructed Dialogue; 4 Intertextuality, Discourse, and Power; 5 Conclusion; References; 3 Cohesion and Texture; 0 Beyond the Clause; 1 Cohesion; 2 Discourse Semantics; 3 Modeling Social Context: Register and Genre; 4 Cohesion, Texture, and Coherence; References; 4 Intonation and Discourse; 0 Introduction; 1 Looking Back; 2 Looking at Now
3 New Territories and Frontiers3.1 Beyond the intonation phrase; 3.2 Beyond intonation; 4 Looking Ahead; 5 Transcription Conventions; References; 5 Voice Registers; 0 Introduction; 1 At the Intersection of Two Concepts of Register; 2 Background; 3 Falsetto Voice; 4 Creaky Voice; 5 Whisper Voice; 6 Breathy Voice; 7 Discussion; References; 6 Computer-Mediated Discourse 2.0; 0 Introduction; 1 Classification of Computer-Mediated Discourse; 1.1 Modality; 1.2 Modes, genres, and discourse types; 1.3 Faceted classification; 1.4 Classification of "Discourse 2.0"; 2 Discourse Structure; 3 Meaning
4 Interaction Management5 Social Practice; 5.1 Variation and linguistic diversity; 5.2 Interaction and identity; 5.3 Discourse and engagement; 6 Multimodal Computer-Mediated Discourse; 7 Conclusions; References; 7 Discourse Analysis and Narrative; 0 Introduction; 1 Structural Approaches to Narrative; 2 Interactional Approaches to Narrative; 3 Narrative in Sociocultural Practice; 4 The Narrative Turn across Disciplines; 5 Current State of the Field; References; 8 Humor and Laughter; 0 Introduction; 1 The Precursors; 1.1 Jokes as narratives within discourse
1.2 Differences between canned and conversational joking2 The Functionalist Phase; 3 Corpus-Based Synthesis; 3.1 Humor styles; 3.2 The Language in the Workplace Project corpus studies; 3.3 Humor support; 3.4 Other corpus-based studies; 3.5 Timing and the prosody of humor; 4 Paradigmatic Shifts in the Study of Humorous Discourse; 4.1 Discourse analysis and cognitivist approaches; 4.2 The multi-functionality of humor; 4.3 The co-construction of humor; 4.4 Finding the boundaries of humor; 4.5 Identification of humor; 4.6 Failed humor; 5 Conclusion; REFERENCES
The second edition of the highly successful Handbook of Discourse Analysis has been expanded and thoroughly updated to reflect the very latest research to have developed since the original publication, including new theoretical paradigms and discourse-analytic models, in an authoritative two-volume set. Twenty new chapters highlight emerging trends and the latest areas of research Contributions reflect the range, depth, and richness of current research in the field Chapters are written by internationally-recognized leaders in their respective fields, constituting a Who’s Who of Discourse An.
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