Discussion published in:On Language and Consciousness
Ray Jackendoff and Wallace Chafe
[Pragmatics & Cognition 4:1] 1996
► pp. 55–64
On Wallace Chafe's "How consciousness shapes language"
It is argued that Wallace Chafe's approach of relating studies of mind and consciousness to studies of real spoken language interaction is precisely what is needed in linguistics and psycholinguistics. However, the way Chafe attempts to establish the link between spoken language and consciousness is, in several respects, in need of clarification. The paper critically examines several of Chafe's claims and points to areas — e.g., the notions of 'consciousness', 'intonation unit', and 'new idea' — where clarification or possible revision is needed.
Published online: 01 January 1996
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