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LINGUIST List 17.3317

Tue Nov 14 2006

Diss: Ling & Literature: Cunanan: 'Using Metafunctions in a Stylist...'

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        1.    Bonifacio Cunanan, Using Metafunctions in a Stylistic Analysis of Point of View in an Afro-American Short Story


Message 1: Using Metafunctions in a Stylistic Analysis of Point of View in an Afro-American Short Story
Date: 14-Nov-2006
From: Bonifacio Cunanan <daedalus947yahoo.com>
Subject: Using Metafunctions in a Stylistic Analysis of Point of View in an Afro-American Short Story


Institution: Philippine Normal University
Program: Ph.D. Program in Linguistics
Dissertation Status: Completed
Degree Date: 2001

Author: Bonifacio Tala Cunanan

Dissertation Title: Using Metafunctions in a Stylistic Analysis of Point of View in an Afro-American Short Story

Linguistic Field(s): Ling & Literature

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Dissertation Director:
Carmen C Cruz
Venancio L. Mendiola

Dissertation Abstract:

Using thematic, relational, and ideational metafunctions in MAK Halliday's
Systemic Functional Grammar, this disseration analyzes Alice Walker's point
of view as regards gender sensitivity, ethnicity, and class struggle.

The research study applies some statistical procedures to quantify the
angle of narration in the short story 'Everyday Use.'



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