Functionalism in Linguistics

ISBN 9789027215246 | EUR 153.00 | USD 230.00
ISBN 9789027282484 | EUR 153.00 | USD 230.00
This volume offers a variety of viewpoints on the functional approach to the study of language. After an exposition of the Prague School functionalism, and Dik's and Halliday's functional approaches, it presents a wider area of text-linguistic, psycholinguistic, sociolinguistic, theoretical, descriptive and applied issues from a functional point of view, testifying of the very wide-spread and in-depth impact of functionalist thought on the present-day linguistic scene.
[Linguistic and Literary Studies in Eastern Europe, 20]  1987.  xviii, 489 pp.
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“The volume clearly demonstrates the correctness of the editor's contention that functionalist thinking continues to have a significant (i.e. essential and inextricable) impact on current linguistics. ...its relevance to current work in a period of theoretical ferment makes it higly recommended reading.”
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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