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Introducing functional grammar / Geoff Thompson.

By: Thompson, Geoff, 1947-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oxon ; New York : Routledge / Taylor & Francis Group, 2014Edition: 3rd ed.Description: xii, 313 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781444152678 (pbk.).Subject(s): Functionalism (Linguistics) | | June2016DDC classification: 415
Contents:
1. The purposes of linguistic analysis -- 1.1 Starting points -- 1.2 Language, context and function: a preliminary exploration -- 2. Identifying clauses and clause constituents -- 2.1 Breaking up the sentence and labelling the parts -- 2.2 Ranks -- 3. An overview of Functional Grammar -- 3.1 Three kinds of meaning -- 3.2 Register and genre -- 4. Interacting: the interpersonal metafunction -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Roles of addressers and audience -- 4.3 Mood -- 4.4 Modality -- 4.5 Appraisal -- 4.6 Interaction and negotiation -- 4.7 Interaction through text -- 5. Representing the world: the experiential metafunction -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Transitivity: processes and participants -- 5.3 More complex aspects of transitivity -- 5.4 Transitivity patterns in text -- 5.5 Ergativity -- 6. Organizing the message: the textual metafunction - Theme -- 6.1 Introduction: making messages fit together -- 6.2 Theme -- 6.3 Identifying Theme -- 6.6 Multiple Theme -- 6.7 Some issues in Theme analysis -- 6.8 Theme in text -- 6.9 A final note on identifying Theme -- 7. Clauses in combination -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Units of analysis -- 7.3 Types of relations between clauses -- 7.4 Expansion -- 7.5 Projection -- 7.6 Clause complexing -- 8. Organizing the message: the textual metafunction -cohesion -- 8.1 Cohesion and coherence -- 8.2 Reference and ellipsis -- 8.3 Conjunction -- 8.4 Cohesion and register -- 9. Grammatical metaphor -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Grammatical metaphor -- 9.3 Experiential and logical metaphors -- 9.4 Interpersonal metaphors -- 9.5 Textual metaphor -- 9.6 A cautionary note -- 10. Implications and applications of Functional Grammar -- 10.1 Three-dimensional analysis of texts -- 10.2 A summary review of Functional Grammar -- 10.3 Using Functional Grammar -- 10.4 Closing.
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Index : p. 307-313.

Bibliography : p. 302-306.

1. The purposes of linguistic analysis -- 1.1 Starting points -- 1.2 Language, context and function: a preliminary exploration -- 2. Identifying clauses and clause constituents -- 2.1 Breaking up the sentence and labelling the parts -- 2.2 Ranks -- 3. An overview of Functional Grammar -- 3.1 Three kinds of meaning -- 3.2 Register and genre -- 4. Interacting: the interpersonal metafunction -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Roles of addressers and audience -- 4.3 Mood -- 4.4 Modality -- 4.5 Appraisal -- 4.6 Interaction and negotiation -- 4.7 Interaction through text -- 5. Representing the world: the experiential metafunction -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Transitivity: processes and participants -- 5.3 More complex aspects of transitivity -- 5.4 Transitivity patterns in text -- 5.5 Ergativity -- 6. Organizing the message: the textual metafunction - Theme -- 6.1 Introduction: making messages fit together -- 6.2 Theme -- 6.3 Identifying Theme -- 6.6 Multiple Theme -- 6.7 Some issues in Theme analysis -- 6.8 Theme in text -- 6.9 A final note on identifying Theme -- 7. Clauses in combination -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Units of analysis -- 7.3 Types of relations between clauses -- 7.4 Expansion -- 7.5 Projection -- 7.6 Clause complexing -- 8. Organizing the message: the textual metafunction -cohesion -- 8.1 Cohesion and coherence -- 8.2 Reference and ellipsis -- 8.3 Conjunction -- 8.4 Cohesion and register -- 9. Grammatical metaphor -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Grammatical metaphor -- 9.3 Experiential and logical metaphors -- 9.4 Interpersonal metaphors -- 9.5 Textual metaphor -- 9.6 A cautionary note -- 10. Implications and applications of Functional Grammar -- 10.1 Three-dimensional analysis of texts -- 10.2 A summary review of Functional Grammar -- 10.3 Using Functional Grammar -- 10.4 Closing.

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