Article published in:The interaction between context and grammar in Functional Discourse Grammar
Edited by Nuria Alturo, Evelien Keizer and Lluís Payrató
[Pragmatics 24:2] 2014
► pp. 249–273
The contextual component in a dialogic FDG
Functional Discourse Grammar (FDG) has to date been explicitly oriented to modelling the grammar of the individual speaker, with the Contextual Component being seen as supportive. If FDG is re-interpreted as dialogic, the Contextual Component emerges as being shared by all interactants in the dialogue and as playing a central role in interaction. A dialogic FDG is proposed to provide a basis for understanding the role of interpersonal alignment in conversation as well as reflecting developments in psycholinguistics. It is applied to the analysis of eight extracts from a dialogue transcription in Eggins and Slade (2005).
Keywords: Dialogue, Functional Discourse Grammar, Interpersonal alignment, Contextual Component, Priming, Conversation.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial (CC BY-NC) 4.0 license.
Published online: 01 June 2015
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