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Moderador/a: Carlos Subirats (U. Autónoma Barcelona), Mar Cruz (U. Barcelona)
Editoras/es: Paloma Garrido (U. Rey Juan Carlos), José A. Jódar (State U. of New York at Buffalo), Matthias Raab (UB), Laura Romero (U. Alicante)
Programación, desarrollo: Marc Ortega (UAB)
Directoras/es de reseñas: Alexandra Álvarez (U. Los Andes, Venezuela), Yvette Bürki (U. Bern, Suiza), María Luisa Calero (U. Córdoba, España), Luis Cortés (U. Almería)
Asesoras/es: Marie-Claude L'Homme (U. Montréal, Canadá), Maite Taboada (Simon Fraser U., Canadá), Isabel Verdaguer (UB), Gerd Wotjak (U. Leipzig, Alemania)
Asesor legal: Daniel Birba
Colaboradoras/es: Julia Bernd (International Computer Science Institute, EE.UU), Miroslava Cruz (U. Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, México), H. Antonio García Zúñiga (Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Yucatán, México)

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Infoling 3.82 (2016)
ISSN: 1576-3404

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Novedad bibliográfica:
Dumont, Jenny. 2016. Third Person References. Forms and functions in two spoken genres of Spanish. Amsterdam / Philadelpia: John Benjamins (Colección: Studies in Functional and Structural Linguistics, 71. 179 págs. ISBN-13: 9789027215819. Precio: 99,00 EUR)
Compra-e: https://benjamins.com/#catalog/books/sfsl.71/main
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Descripción

This volume, a case study on the grammar of third person references in two genres of spoken Ecuadorian Spanish, examines from a discourse-analytic perspective how genre affects linguistic patterns and how researchers can look for and interpret genre effects. This marks a timely contribution to corpus linguistics, as many linguists are choosing to work with empirical data. Corpus based approaches have many advantages and are useful in the comparison of different languages as well as varieties of the same language, but what is often overlooked in such comparisons is the genre of language under examination. As this case study shows, genre is an important factor in interpreting patterns and distributions of forms.

The book also contributes toward theories of anaphora, referentiality and Preferred Argument Structure. It is relevant for scholars who work with referentiality, genre differences, third person references, and interactional linguistics, as well as those interested in Spanish morphosyntax.


Temática: Análisis del discurso, Morfología, Pragmática, Semántica, Sintaxis

Índice

Acknowledgements

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. Research questions

Chapter 3. Data

Chapter 4. Coding

Chapter 5. Discourse referentiality

Chapter 6. Linguistic patterning of referents

Chapter 7. Linguistic patterns of non-referential expressions

Chapter 8. Genre differences

Chapter 9. Conclusions

References

Appendix
Index


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