The Resource Cohesion : a discourse perspective, Thomas Christiansen

Cohesion : a discourse perspective, Thomas Christiansen

Label
Cohesion : a discourse perspective
Title
Cohesion
Title remainder
a discourse perspective
Statement of responsibility
Thomas Christiansen
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
N$T
Dewey number
401/.41
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
P302.2
LC item number
.C53 2011eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Linguistic insights : studies in language and communication
Series volume
v. 133
Label
Cohesion : a discourse perspective, Thomas Christiansen
Publication
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
http://library.link/vocab/branchCode
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online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
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multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface -- 9; Chapter 1. The Concept of Cohesion; 1.1. Introduction: a new approach to cohesion -- 15; 1.2. Cohesive ties -- 16; 1.3. Cohesion within and between sentences -- 25; 1.4. Cohesion in relation to text and discourse -- 30; 1.5. Conclusion: overview of basic types of cohesive tie -- 49; Chapter 2. Cohesive Reference; 2.1. Introduction: avoiding ambiguity through revisionof terminology -- 53; 2.2. Reference in philosophy -- 54; 2.3. Endophoric reference -- 58; 2.4. Types of cohesive reference:Halliday and Hasan's classification -- 64; 2.4.1. Personal reference -- 66
  • 2.4.2. Demonstrative reference -- 712.4.2.1. Adverbial demonstratives -- 73; 2.4.2.2. Pronominal/Determiner demonstratives -- 74; 2.4.2.3. The definite determiner the -- 78; 2.4.2.4. Demonstratives in archaic varietiesof English -- 83; 2.4.3. Comparative reference -- 86; 2.5. Conclusion: cohesive reference in specialised discourse -- 91; Chapter 3. Substitution; 3.1. Introduction: substitution as grammatical anaphora -- 95; 3.2. Nominal substitution -- 96; 3.2.1. Nominal substitution with one -- 97; 3.2.2. Nominal substitution with the same -- 108; 3.2.3. Attributive nominal substitution -- 110
  • 3.3. Verbal substitution -- 1123.4. Clausal substitution -- 119; 3.4.1. Reported clauses -- 119; 3.4.2. Conditional clauses -- 124; 3.4.3. Modalised clauses -- 125; 3.5. Conclusion: implications for studies of substitution indifferent languages and in different discourse types -- 126; Chapter 4. Ellipsis; 4.1. Introduction: ellipsis as a distinct form of grammaticalanaphora -- 131; 4.2. Nominal ellipsis -- 134; 4.3. Verbal ellipsis -- 144; 4.4. Clausal ellipsis -- 153; 4.5. Conclusion: the communicative dynamism of ellipsis -- 157; Chapter 5. Conjunction
  • 5.1. Introduction: the complex nature of conjunctions -- 1615.2. Additive -- 169; 5.2.1. Additive (external/internal) -- 170; 5.2.2. Additive (internal-only) -- 172; 5.3. Adversatives -- 175; 5.3.1. Adversative (external/internal) -- 176; 5.3.2. Adversative (external-only) -- 179; 5.3.3. Adversative (internal-only) -- 180; 5.4. Causal -- 182; 5.4.1. Causal (external / internal) -- 183; 5.4.2. Causal (internal-only) -- 188; 5.5. Temporal -- 190; 5.5.1. Temporal (external-only) -- 191; 5.5.2. Temporal (internal-only) -- 196; 5.6. Continuative -- 200; 5.7. The conjunctive force of intonation -- 208
  • 5.8. Conclusion: conjunction from new perspectives -- 210Chapter 6. Lexical Cohesion; 6.1. Introduction: the multifarious text-forming propertiesof lexis -- 215; 6.2. Reiteration -- 218; 6.2.1. Same item reiteration -- 218; 6.2.2. Synonyms -- 228; 6.2.3. Superordinates and hyponyms -- 232; 6.2.4. General nouns -- 234; 6.3. Collocation -- 240; 6.4. Identifying collocations using statistics -- 254; 6.5. Halliday and Hasan's later treatments of lexical cohesion -- 261; 6.6. Conclusion: unresolved issues with lexical cohesion -- 267; Chapter 7. Lexical Patterns
  • 7.1. Introduction: changing the perspective -- 269
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ocn812174549
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1 online resource (387 pages)
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Isbn
9783035102345
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illustrations
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