Evaluation in text types

Special issue of Functions of Language 15:1 (2008)

Editor
ORCID logoMonika Bednarek | Universities of Augsburg and Sydney
[Functions of Language, 15:1] 2008.  192 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
Introduction
Monika Bednarek
1–6
‘An increasingly familiar tragedy’: Evaluative collocation and conflation
Monika Bednarek
7–34
The expression of non-alignment in British and German political interviews: Preferred and dispreferred variants
Anita Fetzer
35–63
The evaluation of status in multi-modal texts
Susan Hunston
64–83
Changing stories: Achieving a change of state in suspect and witness knowledge through evaluation in police interviews with suspects and witnesses
Alison J. Johnson
84–114
Identification impossible? A corpus approach to realisations of evaluative meaning in academic writing
Ute Römer-Barron
115–130
Reviews
Review of Anstey & Mackenzie (2005): Crucial readings in Functional Grammar
Reviewed by John H. Connolly
131–141
Review of Dancygier & Sweetser (2005): Mental spaces in grammar: Conditional constructions
Reviewed by Peter Harder
142–151
Review of Frawley (2006): The expression of modality & Klinge & Müller (2005): Modality: Studies in form and function & Wärnsby (2006): (De)coding modality: The case of must, may, måste and kan
Reviewed by Marta Carretero
152–170
Review of Kytö, Rydén & Smitterberg (2006): Nineteenth-century English: Stability and change
Reviewed by Richard W. Bailey
171–179
Review of Mahlberg (2005): English general nouns: A corpus theoretical approach
Reviewed by Susan Hunston
180–185
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