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London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2008
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Contents // List of contributors viii // Acknowledgements x // 1 Approaches to discourse analysis 1 // VIJAY K. BHATIA, JOHN FLOWERDEW AND RODNEY H. JONES // PART I // Conversation analysis 19 // 2 Conversation analysis: overview and new directions 22 // PAUL DREW AND TRACI CURL // 3 Being out of order: overlapping talk as evidence of trouble // in airline pilots’ work 36 // MAURICE NEVILE // Suggestions for further work 51 // PART II // Ethnographic-based discourse analysis 53 // 4 Ethnographic-based discourse analysis: uses, issues and // prospects 56 // GRAHAM SMART // 5 Using ethnography in the analysis of pedagogical practice: // perspectives from activity theory 67 // ANGEL LIN // Suggestions for further work // 81 // vi Contents // PART III // Corpus-based discourse analysis 83 // 6 Corpora and discourse analysis: new ways of doing old // things 86 // DAVID Y.W. LEE // 7 Corpus-based analyses of discourse: dimensions of // variation in conversation 100 // DOUGLAS BIBER // 8 Corpora and context in professional writing 115 // LYNNE FLOWERDEW // Suggestions for further work 128 // PART IV // Multimodal discourse analysis 129 // 9 Some thoughts on personal identity construction: a // multimodal perspective 132 // SIGRID NORRIS // 10 Multimodal discourse analysis: the case of ‘ability’ in UK // secondary school English 149 // CAREY JEWITT AND KEN JONES // Suggestions for further work 161 // PART V // Genre analysis 163 // 11 Towards critical genre analysis 166 // VIJAY
K. BHATIA // 12 Genre evolution? The case for a diachronic perspective 178 // CAROL BERKENKOTTER // Suggestions for further work // 192 // Contents vii // PART VI // Critical discourse analysis 193 // 13 Critical discourse analysis and strategies of resistance 195 // JOHN FLOWERDEW // 14 Mediation, text and action 211 // LILIE CHOULIARAKI // Suggestions for further work 228 // PART VII // Mediated discourse analysis 229 // 15 Discourse itineraries: nine processes of resemiotization 233 // RON SCOLLON // 16 Good sex and bad karma: discourse and the historical // body 245 // RODNEY H. JONES // Suggestions for further work 258 // Index // 259 // Index // action 234, 235, 236, 238, 239, 242; anticipatory 249-50, 252, 253; precipitativc 250, 252; social 23-4, 245-6 // activity theory (AT) 54, 72, 75-6, 77 // adjacency pairs 5, 26-7 // adverbials 122 // agency 220, 222-4, 254 // AIDS prevention 246, 254 // Al-Zidjaly, N. 230 // ambiguity 122-5 // American Journal of Psychiatry 187, 189 approach: definition 87 Aristotle 213, 214-15 Arminen, 1. 37 // associated with 120-2, 124-5, 126 Atkinson, D. 178-9 Atkinson, J.M. and Heritage, J. 4, 5 audience interpretation 212 Austin, J.L. 2, 4 authorization 239, 242 // Bakhtin, M.M. 175, 225, 233, 242, 243 Bank of Canada: case study: ethnographical approach 61-3 // Barton, D. and Tusting, K. 241 Bateson, Gregory 129; and Ruesch, Jürgen 2 Bazerman, C. 178 Bereiter, Carl 70; et al. 69 Berkenkotter, Carol 164, 192; and Huckin, Thomas N. 10 Bernstein,
B. 195, 241 Bhatia, VK. 10-11, 125 Biber, D. 8, 84, 89-90, 101-2; grammatical tagger 103 // Biber, D. and Conrad, S. 122; et al. 122-3 Birdwhistle, R.L. 129 // Blommaert, J. 193, 194, 205, 208, 233, 258 Boltanski, L. 219 books 95-6 // Bourdieu, P. 13, 147, 195, 212, 247 British National Corpus 7, 92, 94, 95, 120, 123 // Brown, Nicole 63-4 // Bucknill, John Charles 188 Buddha 247 Bunzl, M. 206, 207 // Canagarajah, A, 205 Candlin, C.N. and Maley, Y. 175 Carletta, J. et al. 92 // case reporting: case study: psychiatry 182-9; // evolution of 179-82 Castells, M. 205 certification 239, 242 certifying function 73 Chafe, W. 86 ’chair’: role of 71 Charles, M. 122 Chilton, R 193 // Chouliaraki, L. 194-5, 228; and Fairclough, N. 193, 197 // classroom: case study: Initiation-Response-Feedback/Follow-up (IRF) 69-71, 72-3; pedagogical practice 69-70, 75-8, 78-9, 150; ’point’ of lessons 70-5; policy 150-2 cluster analysis 106-12 co-occurrence patterns 101, 103-4, 105, 106, 119, 121 // Coffin, C. and O’Halloran, K. 91 computational linguistics see corpus-based linguistics // conceptual reality and ethnographic approach 59-60 // conduct: practices of 23 Connor, U. and Upton, T.A. 8 Conolly, John 188 consciousness 138-40 // context-focused discourse vs. stance 104, 105 contextualization 164, 166, 173, 175-6 conversation: text types 105-6; see also cluster analysis; conversation analysis (CA) conversation analysis (CA) 4-5, 13-14, // 19-20, 33, 51, 70, 75, 77, 78; background and programme 22-7;
interaction 36-7, 45-7; overlapping talk 36, 37-50 corporate disclosure 167-76 // 260 Index // corpus-based analysis 7-8, 13-15, 19-20; critique 83-5 // corpus-based ESP research 89-90 corpus-based linguistics: corpus-based ESP research 89-90; corpus-driven grammar 91; corpus-driven research 88; corpus-induced research 88; corpus-informed genre analysis 89; corpus-informed research 88, 89, 92, // 94; corpus-supported critical discourse analysis (CDA) 90-1 ; corpus-supported genre analysis 89-90; corpus-supported research 88, 92, 94; definition 87-8; future trends 94-6; genre-representative corpora 95; intercultural corpora 96; multi-dimensional approach (MD) 84; multimodal corpora 95, 96; non-native speakers (NNS) 96; uni-modal corpora 95-6 // corpus-supported research 88, 92, 94 Gotten, P. el al. 249 Couldry, N. 213, 224 Couper-Kuhlen, E. and Selling, M. 25-6 critical discourse analysis (CDA) 11-12, 13-15, 193-4, 195-9; definition 197-8, 220; future development 203-8; and system-function linguistics 198-9; took-kits for 199-203 Critical Language Awareness 196 Critical Linguistics (CL) 195 Crossley, M.L. 248, 249 // de Saint-Georges, I. 230 delayed talk 39-40 // Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder (DSM) 189 dimensions see cluster analysis; multidimensional approach (MD) distributionalizing 20, 28-30 doxa 216 // Drew, P. and Curl, T. 20, 36, 51 Dryzek, J. 65 // e-discourse 95-6 // Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal 183 // Eisner, E. 62-3 // ELEA 96 // ernie
approach 6 // English for Specific Purposes (ESP) 7, 10, 89-90, 166 // environmental impact assessment (EIA) reports 117, 120-1, 123 epistemic nouns 122; stance 117, 120, 121, 122-4, 125 Erickson, Eric 140 // ethnographic approach 5-7, 14, 52-4; case study: Bank of Canada 61-3; case study: student-interns 63-4; and conceptual reality 59-60; definition 57-8; future of 64-5; methodology 56-61; and textual // analysis 58; and theory 58-9; and thick description 58, 59; time 58 ethnography of communication 4, 5, 13 ethnomethodology 4, 23, 37, 46, 47 experience-distant concept 59, 81 experience-near concept 59, 81 extensible mark-up language (XML) 93 // factor analysis 101-2, 103-5 Fairclough, N. 11,90, 175, 193, 195, 196-7, 198, 200 // Fairclough, N. and Wodak, R. 197 // FASTCLUS 107 // Flowerdew, J. 8, 90, 194, 228 // Flowerdew, L. 84, 89, 96 // Foucault, M. 2, 53, 151, 175, 194, 204, 215 // Fowler, R. 195, 197, 198, 199, 203 // Free Dictionary 237 // Freud, Sigmund 184-7, 188-9 // funnel of commitment 252 // Garfinkel, H. 2, 4 Gavioli, L. 120 // Geertz, Clifford 6, 53, 56, 57; and // conceptual reality 60; thick description 58,59 // Geertzian tradition 6, 56, 57, 61, 62 genotypes 180-1 // genre analysis 10-11, 13-15, 163-4; case study: corporate disclosure 168-76; and context 166 // genre-representative corpora 95 Goffman, E. 2, 4, 23, 27, 132 Goodwin, Charles 9 grammar 26 grammatical tagger 103 Gross, A.J. et ai 179-81, 188 grounded-theoretical approach 188 Gumperz, J.J. 132; and
Hymes, D. 4, 5 // habitus see historical body Hajer, M. 65 // Halliday, Michael 2-3, 10, 129, 182, 198-9, 225 // Hamilton, H. 132, 133 Hammersley, M. and Atkinson, R 60 Hardt-Mautner, G. 90 Haslaam,John 188 Heap, James 69, 70 hedging verbs 122 Heritage, J. 24 // heuristic tools for pedagogical analysis 76-7 // hidden transcripts 205-6 // historical body 134, 230, 245, 246, 258; // concept of 247-8 history 197 Hodge, B. 10, 195 Hoey, M. 91 Huckin, T.N. 201 // Hull, David 179-80, 182, 188, 189 Hunston, S. 115, 118; and Francis, G. 91 // Index 261 // Hyland, ?. 121, 122, 178 // identity construction: approaches to 133; case study 140-6; friend identity element 141-6; I-identity 140-5; and identity elements 134; and language 133-4; me-identity 140-5, 147 idiom principle 7 ledema, R. 230, 241, 243 information-focused vs. interactive discourse 104-5 // ‘initial’ actions 26-8 Initiation-Response-Feedback/Follow-up (IRF) 67, 68-9, 71-2; classroom case study 69-71, 72-3 // interaction 19, 23, 26-33, 36, 245, 246 intercultural corpora 96 interdiscursivity 91, 173, 174, 175, 176, 183 interpretive ethnography 6, 56-7, 59, 61 intertextuality 91, 173, 175, 221, 230 inverted appellation 207 /1 construction 117, 120, 123, 124, 125 itineraries 230, 233, 258 // Jager, S. 202 Jakobson, R. 1 Jefferson, Gail 4, 38 // Jewitt, C. 10; and Jones, K. 130, 161; and Oyama, R. 225 // Jones, R. 206, 207-8, 230, 231, 258; and Norris, S. 12, 245 // Kanoksilapatham, B. 89, 90 karma 247 // Kendon, A. 10, 129,
137 keyword analysis 90, 93-4 Kirk, J.M. 86-7 Kitaro Nishida 247 Kohut, G.F. and Segars, A.H. 169 Kraepelin, Emil 186, 189 Kress, G. 195; and Hodge, R. 10; and Van Leeuwen, T. 9, 13, 129, 132, 195 Kristeva, J. 175,233 Kuhn, T.S. 182, 189 // Larsen-Freeman, D. 87 Latour, ?. 241; and Woolgar, S. 60 Lee D. and Swales, J.M. 89 Lee, David Y.W. 83, 95, 128 Leech, G. and Weisser, M. 92 Lemke, J. 241 lessons: ‘point of 70-5 lexis 26 // Lin, Angel 53, 54, 81, 161,205 linear unit grammar 91 Longman Grammar of Spoken and Written English, The 101, 122-3 Longman Spoken and Written English Corpus 103 Louw, B. 118 Luke, A. 204 // Lundberg family 241-2 Marcuse, Peter, 204 // Martin, J.R. 194, 204, 228; and Wodak, R. 199 // materialization 234, 238, 239, 243 McLeod, K. 247 McNeill, G.H. 137 Mead, G.H. 132, 140, 161, 254 media sociology 212-13 mediated discourse analysis (MDA) 12-13, 13-15, 19, 229-31; see also historical body; nexus analysis methodological innovation 87 metonymization 237, 242-3 Meyer, M. 12, 197 // Michigan Corpus of Academic Spoken English (MICASE) 89, 92, 93, 95 Middleton, D. and Brown, S.D. 139, 140 mind 138-40 modal verbs 122 // multi-dimensional approach (MD) 84, 90, 104, 105-6, 112, 113; 1988 MD study 89, 102, 105, 113; register variation 84, 101-2, 103; text types see cluster analysis multimodal corpora 95, 96 multimodal discourse analysis 9-10, 13-15, 129-30; case study: the classroom 152-9; presentation of news 216-20 multimodiality 236-9 // narrative 239, 242 narrative-focused
discourse 104, 105 narrative realism 216-19 Nassaji, H. and Wells, G. 68-9 National Curriculum 153 National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) 239 // natural language processing (NLP) 92 Nevile, M. 20, 51 // news, presentation of: multimodal discourse analysis 216-20 // nexus analysis 233-43, 245, 246 Noguchi, J. 89 // Norris, S. 10, 129, 130, 136, 161, 236, 254 // O’Halloran, K. and Coffin, ?. 119, 120 // open choice principle 7 // organic 237-41 // organisation of repair 24 // O’Toole, M. 10, 129 // overlapping talk 36, 37-50 // pamphleteering 219 Partington, A. 90, 93 passive constructions 123-5 Pattern Grammar 91 patterns of usage 93, 100 pedagogy: advancement 78-9; heuristic tools for analysis 76-7 phenotypes 180 // 262 Index // philanthropy 219 // Pike, K.L. 6 // pilots 36, 37-50 // Pitchford, P. 240 // Positive Discourse Analysis 204 // Potter, J. and Weatherall, M. 19 // practice 234, 238, 239, 242; of conduct 23 // presentational elements 179-80 // priming 91 // Propp, V 1 // prosody 25-6 // psychiatry: case study: case reporting 182-9 // regime of meanings 215 register variation 84, 101-2, 103 reification 238, 240, 243 remodalization 243 Renkema, J. 198 // resemiotization 230, 237-41, 243 resistance 194, 205-8, 209 Ricoeur, R 140 Rist, R. 58 // Sacks, Harvey 4, 19, 23, 28 safe sex 230 Sapir, Edward 2 Scheflen, A.E. 129 Schcgloff, Emanuel 4, 23 Schieffelin, B.B. 54 Schiffrin, D. 132, 133 // science: conceptual change in 178-9; see also case reporting // Scollon, R. 12-13,
132, 137, 176, 229, 246, 247, 249; funnel of commitment 252; itineraries 230, 233, 258 Scollon, R. and Scollon, S.W. 246 Scollon, S. 230, 247, 248 Scott, J. 205, 206 // semantic prosody 8, 115, 116, 117-21, 125 semiosis 225 // sex, unsafe: and the historical body 248-50 Silverstein, M. and Urban, G. 241 Sinclair, J.M. 7, 118, 119; and Coulthard, R.M. 67, 77; and Mauranen, A. 91 Smart, G. 6,53,54, 81 software 93, 94, 96 space 220-2, 235-6 speech events 71 // spoken language 84, 86, 92, 95; see also conversation analysis stance vs. context-focused discourse 104, // 105 // Stubbs, Michael 87, 90, 118, 119, 121 student-interns: case study: ethnographic approach 63-4 sublimation 219 // Subramanian, R. et al. 170 suffering 219-25 Swales, J.M. 10, 89, 125, 192 synchronization 233, 235 systemic-function linguistics and critical discourse analysis (CDA) 198-9 // tagging 88, 94, 103; computational 102; // hand 89-90, 96 talk-interaction see interaction Tannen, D. 132 // Tanya: case study: identity construction 135-8, 140-6 // technologization 239, 240, 243 temporal order 37 Teubert, W 90 TextTiling 92 // textual analysis 58, 212; A Letter to bis Coy Mistress (Marvell) 152-9; types of text 92-3 // theory: and ethnographic approach 58-9 Thibault, P.J. 241 // thick description 58, 59; case study: Bank of Canada 61-3 Thomas, J. 171 // time 220-2, 235-6; and ethnographic approach 58 // Tognini-Bonelli, E. 115-16, 117, 118, 120, 121-2 // Toolan, M 203 Trew, T. 195 // triadic dialogue see Initiation-Response-Feedback/Follow-up
(IRF) // Tribble, C. 115, 116, 120, 125 Tsui, A.B.M. 69 Tuke, D.H. 188 // turn-taking 24; see also overlapping talk // uncertainty 40-5 uni-modal corpora 95-6 // van Dijk, T.A. 11, 195, 197-8, 200, // 204 // van Leeuwen, T. 195 verbal narrative function 217-19 visual narrative function 217, 218-19 VOICE 96 // Wenger, E, 241 WH-questions 104, 105, 111 Whorf, B. 2 // Widdowson, H.G. 11-12, 119, 121 Wittgenstein, L. 2, 22 Wodak, R. 11, 53-4, 195, 197, 198; and Meyer, M. 197; et al. 132 work setting: talk in 51; see also pilot

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