LINGUIST List 9.1297

Fri Sep 18 1998

Books: Discourse Analysis

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  1. Maureen Burke, New Book: Discourse analysis

Message 1: New Book: Discourse analysis

Date: Thu, 17 Sep 1998 11:38:36 -0700
From: Maureen Burke <mburketavel.stanford.edu>
Subject: New Book: Discourse analysis

Discourse Analysis

Koenig, Jean-Pierre (State University of New York at Buffalo); DISCOURSE
AND COGNITION: BRIDGING THE GAP; ISBN: 1-57586-114-3 (paper), 1-57586-115-1
(cloth); CSLI Publications 1998: http://csli-www.stanford.edu/publications/
email: pubsroslin.stanford.edu.

	This volume brings together research from both "cognitive" and
"functional" approaches to linguistics. The collection includes work from
cognitive science disciplines whose concerns overlap with linguistics, such
as articial intelligence, neurolinguistics, and psychology. Despite their
diversity, the papers in this volume are all inspired by the same
fundamental question: To what extent is the structure of languages affected
by Human Cognitive Structures and language use?

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