Анализа на дискурс

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Анализата на дискурсот, или позната како анализа на говорот или дискурсивна анализа, е поим со кој се опфаќаат разновидни пристапи за анализа на пишаната, говорната и знаковната анализ на јазикот.

Предметите на истражувањето на дискурсивната анализа се разновидно дефинирани во поглед на кохерентниот редослед на речениците, пропозициите или говорот. Како спротивно на традиционалната лингвистика, анализата на дискурсот не само што го проучува јазикот „надвор од границите на реченицата“, туку се анализира и природната употреба на јазикот без изведени примери. Поврзано поле на анализата на дискурсот е текстуалната лингвистика. Разликата меѓу текстуалната лингвистика и анализата на дискурсот е тоа што се стреми да се откријат социо-психолоши карактеристики на личноста одошто самата структура на текстот.[1]

Поле на истражување[уреди]

Полето на истражување на анализата вклучува:

  • различни нива или димензии на дискурсот, како што се звуците, гестовите, синтаксата, лексиката и слично.
  • жанри на дискурсот, на пример политички, образовен, научен и слично.
  • односот меѓу дискурсот и емергентната граматика.
  • одосот меѓу текстот и контекстот.
  • односот меѓу дискурсот и силата.
  • односот меѓу дискурсот и интеракцијата.
  • односот меѓу дискурсот и когницијата и меморијата.

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Дополнителни информации[уреди]

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  • Harris, Zellig S. 1952c. "Discourse Analysis: A sample text". Language 28:4.474-494. (Repr. in 1970a, pp. 349–379.)
  • Harris, Zellig S. (1954.) "Distributional Structure". Word 10:2/3.146-162. (Also in Linguistics Today: Published on the occasion of the Columbia University Bicentennial ed. by Andre Martinet & Uriel Weinreich, 26-42. New York: Linguistic Circle of New York, 1954. Repr. in The Structure of Language: Readings in the philosophy of language ed. by Jerry A[lan] Fodor & Jerrold J[acob] Katz, 33-49. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1964, and also in Harris 1970.775-794, and 1981.3-22.) French translation "La structure distributionnelle,". Analyse distributionnelle et structurale ed. by Jean Dubois & Françoise Dubois-Charlier (=Langages, No.20), 14-34. Paris: Didier / Larousse.
  • Harris, Zellig S. (1963.) Discourse Analysis Reprints. (= Papers on Formal Linguistics, 2.) The Hague: Mouton, 73 pp. [Combines Transformations and Discourse Analysis Papers 3a, 3b, and 3c. 1957, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania. ]
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  • Harris, Zellig S. (1970.) Papers in Structural and Transformational Linguistics. Dordrecht/ Holland: D. Reidel., x, 850 pp. [Collection of 37 papers originally published 1940-1969.]
  • Harris, Zellig S. (1981.) Papers on Syntax. Ed. by Henry Hiż. (=Synthese Language Library, 14.) Dordrecht/Holland: D. Reidel, vii, 479 pp.]
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  • Harris, Zellig S. (1988a) Language and Information. (=Bampton Lectures in America, 28.) New York: Columbia University Press, ix, 120 pp.
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  • Harris, Zellig S. (1989.) (Together with Michael Gottfried, Thomas Ryckman, Paul Mattick, Jr., Anne Daladier, Tzvee N. Harris & Suzanna Harris.) The Form of Information in Science: Analysis of an immunology sublanguage. Preface by Hilary Putnam. (=Boston Studies in the Philosophy of, Science, 104.) Dordrecht/Holland & Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, xvii, 590 pp.
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  • Loriot, James and Barbara E. Hollenbach. 1970. "Shipibo paragraph structure." Foundations of Language 6: 43-66. The seminal work reported as having been admitted by Longacre and Pike. See link below from Longacre's student Daniel L. Everett.
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  • Miscoiu, S., Craciun O., Colopelnic, N. (2008). Radicalism, Populism, Interventionism. Three Approaches Based on Discourse Theory. Cluj-Napoca: Efes.
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  • Schiffrin, D., Deborah Tannen, & Hamilton, H. E. (eds.). (2001). Handbook of Discourse Analysis. Oxford: Blackwell.
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  • Underhill, James W. (2011). Creating Worldviews: metaphor, ideology & language, Edinburgh UP.
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