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Guide to Linguistic Theories, Research and Concepts | Mode, Interaction & Pragmatics »

Beth Kemp | Monday January 30, 2012

Categories: Hot Entries, Mode, Interaction & Pragmatics, An Introduction to Mode, Interaction & Pragmatics, Linguistics Theory & Study, Linguistic Theory, Using Theory


The topic of interaction could be huge, including concepts which are important in a range of sub-topics in linguistic study, including speech, general textual analysis and power.  Many A Level specifications do not require students to have considerable knowledge of studies into conversational behaviour, but only to use the terminology which arose out of that research (e.g. three-part exchange or initiation/response/feedback). This guide therefore covers a selection of broad and conceptual theories relating to speech and interaction, which...

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