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Title: Dialogic Language Use. Dimensions du dialogisme. Dialogischer Sprachgebrauch.
URL: http://www.helsinki.fi/jarj/ufy/dialogiclanguageusepdf%282%29.pdf
Series Title: Mémoires de la Société Néophilologique de Helsinki
Description:

Dialogic language use can be defined as textual interaction between text
participants in constructing and negotiating meaning in discourse. The
articles in this multilingual volume show a rich variety of approaches and
ask various pragmatic, text linguistic or sociolinguistic questions about
synchronic and/or diachronic literary and non-literary materials.

Le thème de ce volume plurilingue est l'interaction verbale entre des
locuteurs, dans le but de la construction et de la négociation du sens dans
le discours. Les articles du volume relèvent de domaines tels que
l'énonciation, les études textuelles et la sociolinguistique, et portent
sur des matériaux synchroniques et diachroniques aussi bien littéraires que
non-littéraires. Grâce à la diversité des approches, l'ensemble témoigne
d'une grande richesse.

Dialogischer Sprachgebrauch kann als textuelle Interaktion der an der
Entstehung und Vermittlung von Bedeutung im Diskurs Beteiligten definiert
werden. Die Beiträge dieses mehrsprachigen Bandes demonstrieren ein breites
Spektrum von Zugangsweisen und behandeln unterschiedliche pragmatische,
textlinguistische oder soziolinguistische Fragestellungen, die sich in
synchroner und/oder diachroner Perspektive auf literarische und
nicht-literarische Gegenstände beziehen.

List of contributors:
Horst J. Simon,
Carla Suhr,
Catherine Détrie,
Jonathan Culpeper and Merja Kytö,
Maura Ratia,
Marja-Leena Piitulainen,
Jukka Tyrkkö,
Sandi Michele de Oliveira,
Helmut Glück,
Laurence Rosier,
Kirsti Peitsara,
Angela Bartens,
Eva Havu,
Mari Lehtinen,
Hannele Kohvakka,
Mathias Broth,
Linnéa Anglemark,
Inkeri Vehmas-Lehto and Elena Titova,
Dominique Lagorgette,
Minna Palander-Collin,
Mikko Laitinen,
Olli Välikangas,
Gunnel Engwall,
Monika Grabowska,
Liisa Tiittula,
Doris Wagner

Publication Year: 2006
Publisher: Modern Language Society
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Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Subject Language(s): English
French
German
Russian
Spanish
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Versions:
Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9519040226
ISBN-13: N/A
Pages: 454
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