Studies in Discourse and Grammar

Publishing status: Series title changed

Studies in Discourse and Grammar is a monograph series providing a forum for research on grammar as it emerges from and is accounted for by discourse contexts. The assumption underlying the series is that corpora reflecting language as it is actually used are necessary, not only for the verification of grammatical analyses, but also for understanding how the regularities we think of as grammar emerge from communicative needs.

Research in discourse and grammar draws upon both spoken and written corpora, and it is typically, though not necessarily, quantitative. Monographs in the series propose explanations for grammatical regularities in terms of recurrent discourse patterns, which reflect communicative needs, both informational and socio-cultural.

The series Studies in Discourse and Grammar will be continued as Studies in Language and Social Interaction.

ISSN 0928-8929
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1075/sidag
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Volumes
23
Edited by Dagmar Barth-Weingarten, Elisabeth Reber and Margret Selting
2010. xxi, 406 pp.
22
Rudy Loock
2010. xiii, 232 pp.
21
Emma Betz
2008. xiii, 208 pp.
20
Misumi Sadler
2007. xiv, 212 pp.
19
Carmen Taleghani-Nikazm
2006. x, 125 pp.
18
Michael C. Ewing
2005. x, 276 pp.
17
Edited by Auli Hakulinen and Margret Selting
2005. viii, 406 pp.
16
Irene Koshik
2005. x, 183 pp.
15
Andrea Golato
2005. xi, 248 pp.
14
Edited by John W. Du Bois, Lorraine E. Kumpf and William J. Ashby
2003. ix, 458 pp.
13
Robert Englebretson
2003. x, 205 pp.
12
Makoto Hayashi
2003. xii, 249 pp.
11
Joanne Scheibman
2002. xiv, 187 pp.
10
Edited by Margret Selting and Elizabeth Couper-Kuhlen
2001. viii, 438 pp.
9
Marja-Liisa Helasvuo
2001. xiv, 175 pp.
8
Junko Mori
1999. xii, 240 pp.
7
Ritva Laury
1997. viii, 294 pp.
6
Heidrun Dorgeloh
1997. x, 236 pp.
5
Hongyin Tao
1996. xvi, 226 pp.
4
Pamela A. Downing
1996. xx, 336 pp.
3
Elizabeth G. Weber
1993. x, 252 pp.
2
Shoichi Iwasaki
1993. xii, 152 pp.
1
Ronald Geluykens
1992. xii, 182 pp.
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