Linguistics in a Systemic Perspective

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James D. Benson, Michael J. Cummings, William S. Greaves
John Benjamins Publishing Company, 1988 M01 1 - 452 páginas
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The purpose of this book is to provide a general introduction to Systemic Linguistics in the form of essays written by leading figures in the field. These are, with one exception, not previously published, and taken together they constitute a comprehensive coverage of the diverse interests of current systemic theory. The volume contains bibliographies and an index.
 

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INTONATIONAND MEANING IN SPONTANEOUS DISCOURSE1
1
ON THE INEFFABILITY OF GRAMMATICAL CATEGORIES
27
SYSTEMIC SYNTAX FROM A LEXICAL POINT OF VIEW
53
SENSEAND STRUCTURE IN LEXIS
73
SOME PRINCIPLES OF ANALYSIS
99
POLITENESS AND THE SEMANTICS OF MODALISED DIRECTIVES IN ENGLISH
119
ON DIFFERENT POSSIBILITIES IN THE SYNTAX OF ENGLISH
155
AN EXERCISE IN LINGUISTIC THEORY
185
THE CHOOSER AND INQUIRY FRAMEWORK
221
FAMILY FACE AND FATE WITH REGARD TO BENJAMIN LEE WHORF
243
A FUNCTIONAL VIEW OF COMMUNICATION1
301
WHAT DID MILTON SAY BELIAL SAID AND WHY DONT THE CRITICS BELIEVE HIM?
331
THE EXAMPLE OF A FOLK BALLAD
393
INDEX
443
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