Discourse Topics

| King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi
ISBN 9789027256744 | EUR 95.00 | USD 143.00
ISBN 9789027266224 | EUR 95.00 | USD 143.00
Discourse topics are a frequently mentioned but rarely operationalised concept in linguistics. Taking a text linguistic approach and defining discourse topics as clusterings of concepts, this book examines and compares methods for investigating topic boundaries, topic identification and topic development. The first book to be devoted to topics in extended discourse, Discourse Topics examines topics in several genres and generates new insights into the nature of discourse topics that challenge the status quo. It is essential reading for researchers in linguistics, discourse analysis, natural language processing and psychology whose work concerns topics.
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 269]  2016.  xv, 304 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
List of tables
List of figures
Glossary of commonly used abbreviations
Investigating discourse topics
Topic boundaries
Identifying topics
Topic development
Text linguistic analyses of discourse topics
Comparing the analyses of discourse topics
Applying discourse topic analysis
Implications of discourse topics
Transcription conventions
Text 1: Classroom discourse
Text 3: Uses of topics
Text 4: Wikitalk
Text 5: Satirical sermon
Text 6: Anecdote
Name index
Subject index
“This book investigates 'topic' from a discourse analytic perspective. It makes a major contribution to our understanding of the ways in which topics are launched, developed and managed in spoken discourse. Importantly, Richard Watson Todd provides a comprehensive description of appropriate methodologies for investigating topic, an invaluable and much needed feature of the book. Discourse Topics will be an extremely useful resource for anyone interested in studying or researching this often overlooked aspect of discourse analysis.”
“This is an important book on an important but neglected concept; it is original, scholarly and accessible and should be essential reading for anyone planning to talk about spoken or written discourse.”
“The volume is inspirational and makes a major contribution to the growing literature on discourse analysis. It will undoubtedly open up new perspectives for researchers who take an interest in discourse topics in discourse analysis, linguistics, psychology and natural language processing.



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