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Repetition in discourse

Barbara Johnstone Koch

Repetition in discourse

cohesion and persuasion in Arabic argumentative prose.

by Barbara Johnstone Koch

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Published by University ofMichigan in [s.l.] .
Written in English


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Ph.D. thesis.

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Open LibraryOL13841126M

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “Talking Voices: Repetition, Dialogue, and Imagery in Conversational Discourse” as Want to /5. Get this from a library! Exact repetition in grammar and discourse. [Rita Finkbeiner; Ulrike Freywald;] -- Most scholars define reduplication as a formally restricted grammatical process, neatly distinguishing it from 'mere' repetition as a discoursal option. However, there is a fuzzy grey area between.

  This study investigates the role of repetition in the discourse of students of Spanish as a second language working on a writing assignment in collaborative dyads. Data were taken from audio tapes of the dyads' collaborative by:   Like Gee's Toolkit for discourse analysis, this book is an excellent introduction to this approach to qualitative research. The book succinctly delves into the key elements and theory of the subject, and does so in a way that is very engaging for readers/5.

- Discourse structure and function Forms and functions of narrative; women's and men's narrative; functions of repetition in discourse and their implications for linguistic theory; cross-cultural study of rhetorical discourse; current work on the individual voice in linguistic and rhetorical theory, on the rhetorical construction of place and local identity through discourse about local speech. Three Upbuilding Discourses () is a book by Søren Kierkegaard History. The book was to be published at Bianco Luno Press. The Biblical text for the discourse or discourses He has two discourses with the same title in Three Upbuilding Discourses. Kierkegaard goes forward in the repetition of each discourse and adds a little more Author: Søren Kierkegaard.


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Repetition in Discourse: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Volume 1: (Advances in Discourse Processes) by Barbara Johnstone (Author)Format: Paperback.

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Image and idea: repetition and dialogic reproduction of medical authority in popular media forms / B. Hannah Rockwell. Repetition and cultural replication: three examples from Shokleng / Greg Urban. Repetition and otherness: an essay / A.L. Becker. Repetition in discourse: an annotated bibliography / Barbara Johnstone and Annette Kirk.

: Exact Repetition in Grammar and Discourse (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs Tilsm) (): Finkbeiner, Rita, Freywald, Ulrike: BooksFormat: Hardcover. Berkeley Electronic Press Selected Works. Barbara Johnstone.

"Repetition in Discourse: A Dialogue" Norwood, NJRepetition in Discourse: Interdisciplinary Perspectives Vol. I () p. 1 - 20Cited by: Repetition in Discourse: Interdisciplinary Perspectives Vol. Author(s): Johnstone, Barbara.

Publication Year: Source: Freedle, Roy O., Series Editor: Advances. Repetition is a broad phenomenon. It is a comprehensive topic that interests phonologists, morphologists, syntacticians, psycholinguists, discourse analysts and pragmatists. Within the field of stylistics repetition is a major rhetorical strategy for producing.

Repetition in Discourse: the Background The pervasiveness of repetition has been highlighted by many authors, and Johnstone (“An introduction”) goes on Repetition in discourse book argue that all discourse is in fact structured by repetition ().File Size: 82KB.

In discourse, and especially in face-to-face interaction, redundancy can have different linguistic forms, and perform various cognitive/pragmatic functions.

To analyze some of these aspects, two convergent phenomena, repetition and intensity, will be discussed, and lastly correlated to Cited by: Tannen shows that repetition of key pieces of a speaker's utterance are useful in a variety of ways: they maintain a topic, allow turn-taking which supports the story-teller, and reinforce a speaker's point.

She also demonstrates how repetition and other cooperative strategies help conversational partners negotiate meaning by: You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

Johnstone offers an explanation for how repetition of all these kinds can serve persuasive ends by creating rhetorical presence, and discusses how the Arabic language and the Arab-Islamic cultural tradition especially lend themselves to this rhetorical strategy.

She suggests, however, that discourse repetition serves a crucial function in the Pages: Repetition in Arabic Discourse: Paradigms, Syntagms and the Ecology of Language.

In this examination of expository prose in contemporary Arabic, structural and semantic repetition is found to be responsible both for linguistic cohesion and for rhetorical force. Johnstone identifies and discusses repetitive features on every level of analysis.4/5(2).

Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Repetition in discourse: interdisciplinary perspectives in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. Since repetition is a natural phenomenon used to perform various functions in interactional discourse, adopting a pragmatic analysis to the discourse of Dr.

Phil and his guests on Dr. Phil's TV. Repetition in instructional discourse: a means for joint cognition \/ Martha S. Bean and G. Genevieve Patthey-Chavez. Grammaticalization and discourse functions of repetition \/ Susan C. Shepherd.

Affirming the past and confirming humanness: repetition in the discourse of elderly adults \/ Jeutonne P. Brewer -- v. Revised and updated, this third edition of Barbara Johnstones Discourse Analysis encourages students to think about discourse analysis as an open-ended set of techniques. Exploring a variety of approaches, including critical discourse analysis, conversation analysis, interactional and variationist sociolinguistics, ethnography, corpus linguistics, social semiotics, and other qualitative and Author: Barbara Johnstone.

Throughout the book, the context-sensitive and discourse-specific nature of cohesion is stressed: cohesive relations are created and interpreted in particular texts in particular contexts. By investigating the use of cohesion in four different types of discourse, the study shows that cohesion is not uniform across discourse types.

In this examination of expository prose in contemporary Arabic, structural and semantic repetition is found to be responsible both for linguistic cohesion and for rhetorical force. Johnstone identifies and discusses repetitive features on every level of analysis. Writers in Arabic use lexical couplets consisting of conjoined synonyms, which create new semantic paradigms as they evoke old by:.

Tannen shows that repetition of key pieces of a speaker's utterance are useful in a variety of ways: they maintain a topic, allow turn-taking which supports the story-teller, and reinforce a speaker's point.

She also demonstrates how repetition and other cooperative strategies help conversational partners negotiate meaning together/5(5).A radical contribution to both linguistic and literary analysis, Talking Voices shows how conversation provides the source for linguistic strategies that are shaped and elaborated in literary discourse and other spoken and written, public and private genres.

She explores the scenic and musical basis of both textual meaning and interpersonal involvement in s: 1.In this examination of expository prose in contemporary Arabic, structural and semantic repetition is found to be responsible both for linguistic cohesion and for rhetorical force.

Johnstone identifies and discusses repetitive features on every level of analysis. Writers in Arabic use lexical couplets consisting of conjoined synonyms, which create new semantic paradigms as they evoke old ones.