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Text type and texture : in honour of Flo Davies / edited by Gail Forey and Geoff Thompson.

Contributor(s): Davies, Florence | Forey, Gail, 1961- | Thompson, Geoff, 1947-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Series: Functional linguistics: Publisher: London : Equinox, 2009Description: xi, 293 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781845532147; 9781845539122.Subject(s): Davies,Florence | Discourse analysis | Interpersonal communication | Análisis del discurso | Comunicación interpersonal
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Gail Forey and Geoff Thompson Introduction 1 Peter H. Fries, formerly University of Michigan The textual metafunction as a site for a discussion of the goals of linguistics and techniques of linguistic analysis 2 Geoff Thompson and Susan Thompson, University of Liverpool Theme, Subject and the unfolding of text 3 John Corbett, University of Glasgow Theme, field and genre: Thematic realisations in academic articles and their popularisations 4 Hugh Gosden, formerly Tokyo Institute of Technology Thematic content in peer reviews of scientific papers 5 Ann Montemayor-Borsinger, Instituto Balseiro/Universidad Nacional de Cuyo and Instituto de Linguistica, Universidad de Buenos Aires Text-type and Texture: The potential of Theme for the study of research writing development 6 David Hyatt, University of Sheffield 'to elicit an honest answer - which may occasionally be the same as the truth': Texture and the antagonistic political interview 7 Gail Forey, Hong Kong Polytechnic University Projecting clauses: Interpersonal realisation of control and power in workplace texts 8 Michael Hoey, University of Liverpool What can linguistics tell us about writing skills? 9 Caroline Coffin, Open University, and Beverley Derewianka, University of Wollongong Multimodal layout in school history books: The texturing of historical interpretation 10 Susan Hood, University of Technology Sydney Texturing interpersonal meanings in academic argument: Pulses and prosodies of value 11 Tony Berber Sardinha and Leila Barbara, Pontificia Universidade Catolica, Sao Paulo Cultural stereotype and modality: A study into modal use in Brazilian and Portuguese meetings 12 J. R. Martin, University of Sydney Boomer dreaming: The texture of re-colonisation in a lifestyle magazine

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