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Studies in Functional Discourse Grammar (Linguistic Insights)

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Published by Peter Lang Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Linguistics,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Language,
  • Discourse analysis,
  • Functionalism (Linguistics)

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJ. Lachlan Mackenzie (Editor), Maria de los Angeles Gomez-Gonzalez (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages259
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9013091M
    ISBN 103039106961
    ISBN 109783039106967

    Mar 01,  · Book Review: Systemic Functional Linguistics and Critical Discourse Analysis: Studies in Social Change Show all authors. Nicholas Marshall. Nicholas Marshall. Tokyo Women’s Christian University, Japan See all articles by this author. Search Google Scholar for Author: Nicholas Marshall, Wendy L. Bowcher. The journal publishes scholarly articles and reviews in the broad area of functional studies, with a special focus on systemic functional linguistics. Areas to be covered in this journal include: language and context, functional grammar, semantic variation, discourse analysis, multimodality, register and genre analysis, educational linguistics.

    The book appeared with John Benjamins in in the Studies in Language Companion Series. Volume () of Word Structure, edited by Pilar Guerrero Medina and Carmen Portero Muñoz, is dedicated to Derivational Morphology in Functional Discourse Grammar. Feb 01,  · Discourse and grammar often complement each other, each imposing a different set of constraints on speakers' utterances. Discourse constraints are global, pertaining to text coherence, and/or to interpersonal relations. Grammatical constraints are local, pertaining to possible versus impossible structures (within specific languages).Cited by:

    Jan 01,  · This collection presents a number of studies in the lexico-grammar of English which focus on the one hand on close reading of language in context and on the other hand on current functional theoretical concerns. The various contributions represent distinct functionalist models of language, including Functional Grammar and Functional Discourse Grammar, Systemic-Functional Grammar, . Download Full Structural Functional Studies In English Grammar Book in PDF, EPUB, Mobi and All Ebook Format. You also can read online Structural Functional Studies In English Grammar and write the review about the book.


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Interpersonal functions, representational categories, and syntactic templates in functional discourse grammar / Kees Hengeveld, J.

Lachlan Mackenzie --Null complements, event structure, predication and anaphora, a functional discourse grammar account / Francis Cornish --Some considerations on the role of cognition for text structuring, lexical. virtuosobs.com: functional discourse grammar.

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Functional discourse grammar has been developed as a successor to functional grammar, attempting to be more psychologically and pragmatically adequate than functional grammar.

The top-level unit of analysis in functional discourse grammar is the discourse move, not the sentence or the clause. This book contains eight studies on Functional Discourse Grammar (FDG), with work by FDG’s foremost proponents, who provide both an introduction to the theory and a glimpse of current research projects.

FDG derives its name from taking the discourse act as the basic unit of linguistic analysis. This book contains eight studies on Functional Discourse Grammar (FDG), with work by FDG’s foremost proponents, who provide both an introduction to the theory and a glimpse of current research projects.

FDG derives its name from taking the discourse act as the basic unit of linguistic virtuosobs.com: J. Lachlan Mackenzie. Sep 06,  · Casebook in Functional Discourse Grammar - Ebook written by J.

Lachlan Mackenzie, Hella Olbertz. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Casebook in Functional Discourse Grammar.

Taking the broadest and most general definitions of the terms functional and structural, this series aims to present linguistic and interdisciplinary research that relates language structure — at any level of analysis from phonology to discourse — to broader functional considerations, whether cognitive, communicative, pragmatic or sociocultural.

Functional Discourse Grammar for English is such a book, and reading this book proved to be a new and inspiring experience for us, as researchers specializing in functional grammar and discourse. This book provides ten case studies in Functional Discourse Grammar (FDG), a typologically-oriented theory of the organization of natural languages that has risen to prominence in recent years.

The authors, all committed practitioners of FDG, include Kees Hengeveld, the intellectual father of the theory, who shows how it offers a radically new approach to constituent ordering.

This book provides ten case studies in Functional Discourse Grammar (FDG), a typologically-oriented theory of the organization of natural languages that has risen to prominence in recent years. The authors, all committed practitioners of FDG, include Kees Hengeveld, the intellectual father of the theory, who shows how it offers a radically new.

Functional Discourse Grammar (FDG) is a typologically based structural-functional theory of language. It has a top-down organization to achieve psychological adequacy, and takes the Discourse Act as its basic unit of analysis to achieve pragmatic adequacy.

Although itself strictly a model of grammar, FDG is designed to interact with Conceptual, Contextual, and Output Components, so as to Cited by: Aug 31,  · Goal: The goal of this project is to develop the theory and practice of FDG, as presented in Kees Hengeveld and J.

Lachlan Mackenzie's book 'Functional Discourse Grammar: A. This book presents Functional Discourse Grammar (FDG). Chapter 1 gives an overall picture of the model and places it in the context of contemporary linguistics.

Chapter 2 presents the interpersonal level of the grammar, at which the Discourse Act, the central object of FDG, is analysed. Functional Discourse Grammar (FDG) is a typologically-based theory of language structure.

The major presentations of the theory are Functional Discourse Grammar (Oxford University Press, ), by Kees Hengeveld and J. Lachlan Mackenzie and A Functional Discourse Grammar for English (Oxford University Press ), by Evelien Keizer.

FDG is understood as the grammatical component of an. This is the first textbook on Functional Discourse Grammar, a recently developed theory of language structure which analyses utterances at four independent levels of grammatical representation: pragmatic, semantic, morphosyntactic and phonological.

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Work on Discourse Grammar (DG) has been inspired by a number of different works, in particular by Simon C. Dik's theory of Functional Grammar according to which linguistic discourse is composed of two different kinds of linguistic material, referred to, respectively, as clausal and extra-clausal constituents.

TY - BOOK. T1 - Linguistic studies of text and discourse. AU - Halliday, M. PY - Y1 - N2 - Focusses "on the application of systemic functional grammar to the analysis of texts, both literary and everyday, written and virtuosobs.com by: Oct 23,  · This book illustrates the role that grammars as models of language (and image) can play in revealing ideological properties of texts and discourse in social and political contexts.

The book takes the reader through three distinct grammatical frameworks – functional grammar, multimodal grammar and cognitive grammar. Nov 22,  · External possessors and related constructions in Functional Discourse Grammar.

In Casebook in Functional Discourse Grammar [Studies in Language Companion Series ], J. Lachlan Mackenzie & Hella Olbertz eds – Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Sep 06,  · This book provides ten case studies in Functional Discourse Grammar (FDG), a typologically-oriented theory of the organization of natural languages that Pages: This book is the first comprehensive presentation of Functional Discourse Grammar, a new and important theory of language structure.

The authors set out its nature and origins and show how it relates to contemporary linguistic theory. They demonstrate and test its explanatory power and descriptive utility against linguistic facts from over languages across a wide range of linguistic families.This book illustrates the role that grammars as models of language (and image) can play in revealing ideological properties of texts and discourse in social and political contexts.

The book takes the reader through three distinct grammatical frameworks – functional grammar, multimodal grammar and .