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Coherence and grounding in discourse [electronic resource] : outcome of a symposium, Eugene, Oregon, June 1984 / edited by Russell S. Tomlin.

Contributor(s): Tomlin, Russell S.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Typological studies in language: v. 11.Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : J. Benjamins Pub. Co., 1987Description: 1 online resource (viii, 512 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9789027286277 (electronic bk.); 9027286272 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Discourse analysis -- Congresses | Grammar, Comparative and general -- Syntax -- Congresses | Psycholinguistics -- Congresses | Cohesion (Linguistics) -- Congresses | An�alisis del discurso -- Congresos | Psicoling�u�istica -- Congresos | Cohesi�on (Ling�u�istica) -- Congresos | Analyse du discours -- Congr�es | Syntaxe -- Congr�es | Psycholinguistique -- Congr�es | Coh�erence discursive -- Congr�es | REFERENCE | LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES -- Vocabulary | Pragmatique -- Congr�es | Analyse du discours -- Congr�es | Psycholinguistique -- Congr�es | Coh�erence (linguistique) -- Congr�es | Syntaxe -- Congr�esGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Coherence and grounding in discourse.DDC classification: 401/.41 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
ON THE STATUS OF SVO SENTENCES IN FRENCH DISCOURSEON THE ROLE OF CONDITIONALS IN GODIE PROCEDURAL DISCOURSE; IS BASIC WORD ORDER UNIVERSAL?; ENCODING EVENTS IN KALAM AND ENGLISH: DIFFERENT LOGICS FOR REPORTING EXPERIENCE; WORD ORDER IN INTRANSITIVE CLAUSES IN HIGH AND LOW MALAY OF THE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY; THE FUNCTIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF PREPOSED ANDPOSTPOSED "IF" AND "WHEN" CLAUSESIN WRITTEN DISCOURSE; "FASTNESS" AND "NARRATIVE EVENTS" IN JAPANESE CONVERSATIONAL NARRATIVES; "SUBORDINATION" AND NARRATIVE EVENT STRUCTURE; LINGUISTIC REFLECTIONS OF COGNITIVE EVENTS
CROSS-CLAUSE RELATIONS AND TEMPORAL SEQUENCE IN NARRATIVE AND BEYONDThe series Typological Studies in Language;
Summary: This volume seeks to expand our understanding of the relation holding between discourse relations, cognitive units, and linguistic coding. The twenty contributions in this collection explore one or more of the following themes: How point of view, or the salience of information in discourse, affects the organizational coherence of text and discourse; the concept of cognitive and linguistic event and how events are reflected in text and discourse organization; the nature of linguistic coding of events and other kinds of significant information; and the cognitive bases or cognitive correlates of.
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ON THE STATUS OF SVO SENTENCES IN FRENCH DISCOURSEON THE ROLE OF CONDITIONALS IN GODIE PROCEDURAL DISCOURSE; IS BASIC WORD ORDER UNIVERSAL?; ENCODING EVENTS IN KALAM AND ENGLISH: DIFFERENT LOGICS FOR REPORTING EXPERIENCE; WORD ORDER IN INTRANSITIVE CLAUSES IN HIGH AND LOW MALAY OF THE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY; THE FUNCTIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF PREPOSED ANDPOSTPOSED "IF" AND "WHEN" CLAUSESIN WRITTEN DISCOURSE; "FASTNESS" AND "NARRATIVE EVENTS" IN JAPANESE CONVERSATIONAL NARRATIVES; "SUBORDINATION" AND NARRATIVE EVENT STRUCTURE; LINGUISTIC REFLECTIONS OF COGNITIVE EVENTS

CROSS-CLAUSE RELATIONS AND TEMPORAL SEQUENCE IN NARRATIVE AND BEYONDThe series Typological Studies in Language;

This volume seeks to expand our understanding of the relation holding between discourse relations, cognitive units, and linguistic coding. The twenty contributions in this collection explore one or more of the following themes: How point of view, or the salience of information in discourse, affects the organizational coherence of text and discourse; the concept of cognitive and linguistic event and how events are reflected in text and discourse organization; the nature of linguistic coding of events and other kinds of significant information; and the cognitive bases or cognitive correlates of.

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