Constraints in Discourse 2

Editors
| function2form
| Centre for General Linguistics, Berlin
| Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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Text is highly structured, and structured at a variety of levels. But what are the units of text, which levels are at stake, and what establishes the structure that binds the units together? This volume, just as the predecessor a spin off of one of the workshops on constraints in discourse, contains the most recent, thoroughly reviewed papers by specialists in the area that try to give answers to such questions. It helps deepening the understanding of a multiplicity of mechanisms and constraints that are at work during production and comprehension of well-formed discourse. Researchers from linguistics, both formal and psycholinguistics, artificial intelligence, and cognitive sciences will appreciate this book as a valuable resource for information and inspiration.
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 194]  2010.  v, 180 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Rhetorical structure: An introduction
Peter Kühnlein
1–14
Clause-internal coherence
Jerry R. Hobbs
15–34
Optimal interpretation for rhetorical relations
Henk Zeevat
35–60
Modelling discourse relations by topics and implicatures: The elaboration default
Ekaterina Jasinskaja
61–80
The role of logical and generic document structure in relational discourse analysis
Maja Bärenfänger, Harald Lüngen, Mirco Hilbert and Henning Lobin
81–104
Obligatory presupposition in discourse
Pascal Amsili and Claire Beyssade
105–124
Conventionalized speech act formulae: From corpus findings to formalization
Ann Copestake and Marina Terkourafi
125–140
Constraints on metalinguistic anaphora
Philippe De Brabanter
141–162
Appositive Relative Clauses and their prosodic realization in spoken discourse
Cyril Auran and Rudy Loock
163–178
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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:  2009047143