Dialogue in Spanish

Studies in functions and contexts

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| University of Texas at Austin
| Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, México
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Dialogue in Spanish provides a strong theoretical and empirical foundation for the study of dialogue. This edited collection of twelve original studies contributes to a broad comprehension of dialogue in two general contexts: personal interactions among friends and family; and public speech, such as political debates, medical interviews, court translations and service encounters. The studies, written by authors from Canada, Mexico, Spain, Sweden, the United States and Venezuela, present an in-depth look at issues and elements of dialogue such as irony, narrativity, discourse markers, coherence, conflict and expectations. Background research on dialogue grounds the articles in such areas as discourse analysis, pragmatics, philosophy, sociology, anthropology and linguistics. The book will prove useful to those who study conversational interaction, pragmatics, and discourse analysis as applied to various functions and contexts, and it will be of particular interest to researchers and students of linguistics, anthropology, sociology, philosophy, communications and education.
[Dialogue Studies, 7]  2010.  xiii, 324 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
Dale Koike and Lidia Rodríguez-Alfano
vii–xiii
1. A continuum of approaches to dialogue
Lidia Rodríguez-Alfano
1–27
Part I. Dialogue in interpersonal contexts of informal conversation
2. Dialogues within oral narratives: Functions and forms
Laura Camargo Fernández
31–54
3. Being polite through irony
Xosé A. Padilla García and M. Belén Alvarado-Ortega
55–68
4. Humor in verbal irony
María Isabel Kalbermatten
69–88
5. Evaluation, interpersonal meaning and co-construction in oral narratives by Mexican adolescents
Irene Fonte and Rodney Williamson
89–116
6. The truth about verdad: Its discursive uses and its modal-epistemic value
José Esteban Hernández and Beatriz Solís
117–136
7. Backchannels as a realization of interaction: Some uses of mm and mhm in Spanish
Nadezhda Bravo Cladera
137–156
Part II. Dialogue in public, professional, and educational contexts
8. Dialogue in the dynamics of political practice
Adriana Bolívar
159–188
9. Conflict resolution: Mexican and Spanish strategies of repair
Lori Czerwionka
189–220
10. A discourse analysis of Alzheimer-type dementia in personal conversations
Beatriz Valles-González
221–236
11. Triadic discourse: Interpreter-mediated dialogue
Fritz G. Hensey
237–256
12. Behind L2 pragmatics: The role of emerging expectations
Dale Koike
257–282
Conclusions and implications of studies that approach dialogue in its complexity
Dale Koike and Lidia Rodríguez-Alfano
283–290
References
291–314
General index
315–318
List of contributors
321–324
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2010010768