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Speech in Action: Proceedings of the 1st SJUSK Conference on Contemporary Speech Habits (e-bog, pdf, drm)

Af: Jan Heegård

Forlag: Samfundslitteratur
Format: pdf, drm
Sprog: Engelsk
Serietitel: Copenhagen Studies in Language
Sideantal: 261
Dato for udgivelse: 2012-11-19
Nr. i serien: 42
Medforfattere: Jan Heegård, Peter Juel Henrichsen
ISBN-13: 9788759324196
Produkt type: e-bog
Filstørrelse: 4466 KB
Kopibeskyttelse: AdobeDRM
Rettigheder: Kopi: 10, Print: 391
Bogtype: Ebog
Filtype: pdf
The volume contains a collection of papers on spoken language: how to represent it, analyse it, and explain it, without resorting to preconceived notions from text-based linguistics.

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The volume contains a collection of papers on spoken language: how to represent it, analyse it, and explain it, without resorting to preconceived notions from text-based linguistics. The papers were presented at the symposium SJUSK 2011 - 1st Conference on Contemporary Speech Habits, held at CBS, Copenhagen, in November 2011. Copenhagen Studies in Language carries studies in both language for general purposes and language for special purposes (LSP). Its scope covers grammar, semantics, pragmatics, spoken language, text linguistics and translation, from a theoretical as well as an applied perspective. It is the editors- policy to bring out thematic volumes. While based at the Copenhagen Business School, the series is open to contributions from linguists in all parts of the world.

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Speech in Action: Proceedings of the 1st SJUSK Conference on Contemporary Speech Habits

Speech in Action: Proceedings of the 1st SJUSK Conference on Contemporary Speech Habits

The volume contains a collection of papers on spoken language: how to represent it, analyse it, and explain it, without resorting to preconceived notions from text-based linguistics.