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Edited by Erika Langbroek, Arend Quak, Annelies Roeleveld and Paula Vermeyden

Langue and Parole in Synchronic and Diachronic Perspective

Selected Proceedings of the XXXIst Annual Meeting of the Soicetas Linguistica Europaea, St. Andrews, 1998

Edited by Christopher Beedham

This volume contains 37 papers selected from the proceedings of the XXXIst Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea held at the University of St Andrews, Scotland in 1998. The general theme of the conference was 'langue and parole in synchronic and diachronic perspective', a theme chosen for its enduring importance and one which allowed speakers to reflect on the theoretical notions of langue and parole, to use them in an actual analysis or to present material beyond these core ideas. The breadth of papers published here and the eminence of many of the contributors reflects the fruitfulness of this approach.

Martin Kern

.” 25 Whether or not Murakami sees himself as a Japanese author becomes irrelevant; his principal translator Jay Rubin, whose elegant, smooth voice seems decidedly more appealing to a broad American audience than the edginess of Murakami’s earlier translator Alfred Birnbaum, gives us an author as

Ökonomie der Aufmerksamkeit

Gertrude Steins Laborexperimente und ihre literarischen Folgen

Ulla Haselstein

automatisch vollzogen werden. Act so that there is no use in a centre. A wide action is not a width. A preparation is given to the ones preparing. They do not eat who mention silver and sweet. There was an occupation. A whole centre and a border make hanging a way of dressing. This is not why there is a voice

Bakhtin: Carnival and Other Subjects

Selected Papers from the Fifth International Bakhtin Conference University of Manchester, July 1991

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Franka Maubach

Axel Doßmann geleitet. Die über 100 Interviews sind auch jetzt schon, allerdings weitgehend unkommentiert, zu hören und nachzulesen: http://voices.iit.edu/[1.7.2017 ]. 17 Vgl.  https://www.fernuni-hagen.de/geschichteundbiographie/deutschesgedaechtnis/[1.7.2017 ]; Leh (2015) . 18 Vgl

Dorothea Walzer

and revealing image of the subject via the topics he or she chooses to discuss as well as the grammar, syntax and vocabulary used. If the tape is transcribed very accurately, with each ‚uhm‛, ‚err‛ and ‚but‛ included, what is redacted is a voice portrait“ ( Bockris (1979) , S. 17). 26

Leadership, credibility and persuasion

A view from three public policy discourses

Iga Lehman, Łukasz Sułkowski and Piotr Cap

authoritativeness therefore concerns the author’s voice, which includes aspects of his/her social position, opinions and beliefs, as well as his/her alignment with the logico-rhetorical conventions of their discourse community. Legitimization in discourse involves conceptual as well as linguistic aspects which can

Shaping identities in interaction by cognitive meanings

The variable usage of usted (es) as second-person object in Spanish

María José Serrano

media genres. As for private individuals, this group obtains remarkable scores of SPU object usage in news programs (24 %), in which they often participate by invitation. Their discourse is generally oriented to explicitly argumentative interaction, having to voice their views and concerns about a