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Discourse Analysis
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The study of how we make sense of what we read in texts, understand what speakers mean despite what they say, recognize connected as opposed to jumbled or incoherent discourse, and successfully take part in conversation.
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Cohesion Cohesive Links and
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My father once bought a Lincoln convertible. He did it by saving every penny he could. That car would be worth a fortune nowadays. However, he sold it to help pay for my college education. Sometimes I think I’d rather have the convertible.
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Conversation
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Cooperative Principle Make your conversational contribution such as is required by the accepted purpose or direction
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Unformatted text preview: of the talk exchange in which you are engaged. Grice’s Maxims Quantity Quality Relation Manner Observe vs. Flout A: What on earth has happened to the roast beef? B: The dog is looking happy. A: Do you mind if I come in? B: Not at all… ruin my new white carpet. A: Have you washed the floor and done the dishes? B: I’ve washed the floor. A: I’m going to tell that thug to stop smoking on this train. B: Do you have life insurance? Bill fell out of a tree and broke his arm. Language and the Brain Aphasia TOT Phenomenon Slips of the Tongue Malapropisms Spoonerisms Slips of the Ear Critical Period...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course COMD 2050 taught by Professor Collins during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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