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Series Editor H.G.Widdowson
Series Editor H.G.Widdowson

This is a series of brief surveys intended for readers new to the formal study of language. Each book contains four parts:
► SURVEY
An up-to-date overview of the area concerned
► READINGS
Short readings with study questions
► REFERENCES
A selection of annotated references
► GLOSSARY
Explanations of terms, cross-referencedto the Survey
This structure is designed to allow different groups of readers to focus on different parts of the book according to their interest and need.
Discourse Analysis
Discourse as an area of language study is concerned with how people make meaning, and make out meaning, in texts and as social practice. Whether simple or complex, all texts are uses of language which are produced withthe intention to refer to something for some purpose. This book examines key concepts such as schema, register, and discourse genre, as well as the use of corpora.
Discourse Analysis
H.G.Widdowson

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OXFORD ENGLISH ISBN 978-0-19-438921-1
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OXTORD
Oxford Introductions to Language Study

Discourse AnalysisH. G. Widdowson is Emeritus Professor of Education, University of London, and Honorary Professor of English Linguistics at the University of Vienna.

Published in this series:
Guy Cook: Applied Linguistics
Rod Ellis: Second Language Acquisition
Claire Kramsch: Language and Culture
Tim McNamara: Language Testing
Peter Roach: Phonetics
Herbert Schendl: Historical Linguistics
TomScovel: Psycholinguistics
Bernard Spolsky: Sociolinguistics
Michael Swan: Grammar
Peter Verdonk: Stylistics
H. G. Widdowson: Linguistics
George Yule: Pragmatics
Oxford Introductions to Language Study
Series Editor H.G. Widdowson

Discourse Analysis

H. G. Widdowson

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Contents

Preface

SECTION 1 Survey

1 Language In use
A sample of language...
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