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Brno : Masarykova univerzita, 2003
121 s. ; 24 cm

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ISBN 80-210-3252-9 (brož.)
Spisy Masarykovy univerzity v Brně. Filozofická fakulta ; č. 345
Obsahuje bibliografii na s. 92-97
České resumé
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PREFACE ...9 // ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ...10 // LON CONVERSATIONAL LANGUAGE...11 // 1.1 Introduction: Aims, Methods and Analysed Material ...11 // 1.2 Spoken Discourse Compared with Written Discourse ...11 // 1.2.1 Functionalist Pragmatics in the Prague School...13 // 1.3 Semantic Indeterminacy in Authentic Conversation ...14 // — 1.4 Meaning in Interaction 1...15 //  1.5 Principles Governing Conversational Behaviour ...17 // 2. FORM AND MEANING IN CONVERSATION ...19 // 2.1 Indistinct Form and Implicit Meaning ...19 // 2.2 Language Functions in Spoken Discourse ...20 // 2.3 Conversation as Context-Embedded Interaction ...20 // 2.4 Delimiting the Basic Unit of Spoken Discourse...21 // 3. MEANING IN CONVERSATION REVISITED...24 // 3.1 Types of Meaning in Spoken Discourse ...24 // 3.2 The Notion of Semantic Indeterminacy ...26 // 3.3 Speaker Attitude and Speaker Commitment ...!...27 // 3.4 Pragmatic and Semantic Indeterminacy...28 // 4.INDIRECTNESS AND IMPLICITNESS ...30 // 4.1 Indirect Speech Acts as a Linguistic Problem...30 // — 4.2 Declarative Questions ...32 // 4.3 Socio-Cultural Aspects of Indirectness and Implicitness ...34 // 4.4 Implications Conveyed by Intonation ...35 // 4.5 Emotiveness versus Informativeness ...36 // 4.6 Question Phrases ...38 // 4.7 Criteria for the Evaluation of Indirectness ...40 // 1 - 4.8 Semantic and Pragmatic Aspects of Indirectness ...41 // 4.9 Indirectness as an Expression of Locutionary Subjectivity .48 // 5. IMPERSONALITY ...49 // 5.1 Impersonality as an Expression of Semantic Indeterminacy ...49 // 5.2 Pragmatic Categories of Involvement and Detachment ...49 // 5.3 Involvement v. Detachment in Different Conversation Genres .50 // 5.4 Semantic and Pragmatic Aspects of Impersonality in Spoken // Discourse ...56 //
6. ATTENUATION ...58 // 6.1 Hedging as Weakening the Illocutionary Force ...58 // 6.2 Classification of Attenuation Markers ...59 // 6.3 Types of Attenuation in Discourse...64 // 7. ACCENTUATION...66 // 7.1 Attenuation-Accentuation Dichotomy in Spoken Discourse..66 // 7.2 Strengthening the Illocutionary Force ...68 // 7.3 Criteria for Classification of Accentuation Markers ...69 // 7.4 Accentuation as an Expression of Mutuality ...71 // 7.5 Frequency of Accentuation Markers ...72 // 7.6 Variety of Functions of Accentuation Markers ...72 // 8. VAGUENESS ...74 // 8.1 Non-Observance of Grices Category of Manner ...74 // 8.2 Vagueness as Speaker s Intention ...75 // 8.3 Telephone Conversation as a Conversation Genre ...76 // 8.4 Pragmatic and Semantic Aspects of Vagueness ...77 // 8.4.1 Referential Uses of Vagueness...77 // 8.4.2 Affective Uses of Vagueness...78 // 8.5 Semantic Aspects of Vagueness ...80 // 8.6 Speech Act Types and Vagueness ...81 // 8.7 Vagueness as a Discourse Tactic ...82 // 9. MEANING POTENTIAL IN CONVERSATION ...83 // 9.1 Discourse Grammar ...83 // 9.2 Degree of Indirectness: Comparing Genres ...83 // 9.3 Semantic Indeterminacy and Modality...84 // 10. CORPUS LINGUISTICS AND PROBABILISTIC GRAMMAR ... 85 // 10.1 Computational Linguistics and its Methods of Research .85 // 10.2 Representativeness of Text Selection ...86 // 10.4 Grammaticalness and Grammatical Acceptability ...88 // CONCLUSION ...90 // WORKS CITED...92 // CZECH SUMMARY ...98 // APPENDIX ...100
(OCoLC)57677892
cnb001301878

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