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Wed Dec 09 2009

TOC: Belgian Journal of Linguistics 23 (2009)

Editor for this issue: Fatemeh Abdollahi <fatemehlinguistlist.org>

        1.    Paul Peranteau, Belgian Journal of Linguistics Vol 23 (2009)

Message 1: Belgian Journal of Linguistics Vol 23 (2009)
Date: 06-Dec-2009
From: Paul Peranteau <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: Belgian Journal of Linguistics Vol 23 (2009)
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Publisher: John Benjamins

Journal Title: Belgian Journal of Linguistics
Volume Number: 23
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Issue Date: 2009

Subtitle: New Approaches in Text Linguistics

Main Text:

New Approaches in Text Linguistics
Edited by Sylvie Mellet and Dominique Longrée
CNRS (Nice) / University of Liege & FUSL (Brussels)

Belgian Journal of Linguistics 23

2009. 214 pp.

Over the last years, research in text linguistics has yielded insights into
different levels of methodological reflection and practice, resulting in new
issues for investigation. On the one hand, the development of computerized
corpora and “hypertextual” reading has reminded researchers that the text is a
complex object, both linear and network-like, and largely shaped by its context:
how can analysis grapple with such a complexity? On the other hand, the
processing of computerized corpora raises new methodological questions about the
textual units chosen for analysis or about the use of grammatical categories as
tools for stylistic and generic characterization of texts.

This volume hopes to offer some constructive reflection on these challenging
issues. The selected papers either demonstrate the value of some innovative
method of analysis through concrete applications, or develop strong and
well-argued epistemological positions, illustrated with examples.
Interdisciplinary contributions are also represented: when dealing with
“regulating concepts” such as “corpus”, “inter-/co-text”, “speech genre”, etc.,
various domains including stylistics, genetic criticism, contrastive research,
didactic approaches, statistical linguistics and discourse analysis share a
common interest with text linguistics.

Table of contents

Acknowledgements vii

Text Linguistics: Some new Approaches
Dominique Longrée and Sylvie Mellet 1–5

Passages and Path within the Intertext
François Rastier 7–29

Prototypicity and Textual Analysis
Rosalice Pinto 31–44

Textual Genetics and Manuscript in Word Processing. A new Definition of the
Text? Essay on the "Avant-texte" of a short story by Pascal Quignard
Irène Fenoglio 45–61

The Genesis of Texts: Planning and Interior Language
Olga Anokhina 63–72

From Contrastive Text Linguistics to Didactic Applications – and back again
Lita Lundquist 73–90

Text Linguistics and Navigation: Questions about Text
Javier Couto and Jean-Luc Minel 91–102

Text and Hypertext: Function, Reading, Learning
Jean-Marc Defays 103–114

Text Structure and Referential Choice in Narrative: The Anaphoric Use of the
Latin Demonstrative ille
Caroline Kroon 115–132

Discourse Modes and Bases: The Use of Tenses in Vergil’s Aeneid and Livy’s Ab
Urbe Condita
Suzanne Adema 133–146

Which Structural Markers to Identify in Texts? Theoretical and Methodological
Aspects. Application to the first Chapter of the European Constitution
Gaëll Guibert 147–160

Syntactical Motifs and Textual Structures: Considerations based on the Study of
a Latin historical Corpus
Sylvie Mellet and Dominique Longrée 161–174

Multidimensional Analysis based on morpho-lexical Features: The Example of a
19th Century regional Press Corpus along with its Columns
Virginie Léthier 175–190

Language/Discourse: Textual Analysis, Computer and Statistics
Jean-Marie Viprey 191–206

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
                            Text/Corpus Linguistics
                            General Linguistics
                            Ling & Literature

Subject Language(s): Latin (lat)

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