Perspective and Perspectivation in Discourse
'Perspective' and 'viewpoint' are widely used in everyday talk as well as in the specialist languages of the social, cognitive, and literary sciences. Taken from the field of visual perception and representation, these concepts have acquired a general meaning and significance, as characteristics of human cognitive processing. Since, however, this field is shared by an increasing body of disciplines, perspective terms have also acquired specific and technical meanings. A striking example is the newly introduced use of 'perspectivation' in discourse analysis.
This volume on 'perspective and perspectivation' the first of its kind will help to fill the gap between the common understanding of perspective and the specifics of its structure and dynamics as they have been elaborated in the human sciences, mainly in psychology and linguistics. The focus is on the structure of perspectivity in cognition and language, and the dynamics of setting and taking perspectives in social interaction and in the construction and understanding of texts. Both topics are presented here in an interdisciplinary way by a group of linguists and psychologists.
Was andere dazu sagen - Rezension schreiben
Es wurden keine Rezensionen gefunden.
What possible consequences
Explicit and implicit perspectivity
Perspectives implicitness and recontextualization
Quaestio and Lperspectivation
Grammaticalization of perspectivity
Verbal practices of perspective grounding
Perspectivity and professional role in verbal interaction
A matter of perspectivespecific
Perspectiverelated differences in interpretations of injustice
Perspectivity in dialogues involving people with cerebral palsy
An investigation into
Point of view narrative mode and the constitution of narrative texts
Global and local aspects of perspectivity
Perspectivity in reported dialogues The contextualization of evaluative
The role of the narrative perspective in the cognitivecultural context
Andere Ausgaben - Alle anzeigen
action activities actors addressee aggression analysis anaphoric aspects attribution behavior Cambridge choice code-switching cognitive Cognitive Linguistics communication concept construction context contrast conversation conversation analysis deictic expression deixis devices dialogue direct speech discourse discourse unit eastern evaluation example experience explicit expression Fiedler function GDR-exiles German global Graumann Gumperz impaired speaker implicit incidents ingroup interac interaction intergroup interpretation intertextuality irony Kallmeyer Keim knowledge language lexical Linell linguistic logophoric means mental models metapragmatic Michael Kohlhaas modality Mummendey narrative narrator negative object Otten participants pattern person perspectival perspective setting polyphony position present problem pronouns propositional prosodic quaestio Quasthoff question recipients reconstructed reference relation relationship relevant reported speech representation self-positioning Semin sentence situation social discrimination Social Psychology spatial specific spective Sprache story strategies structure studies Stutterheim talk tense tion tive topic typical unimpaired utterance verb verbal voice words
Alle Ergebnisse von Google Books »