Psychology of Language: A Critical Introduction

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SAGE, 28. mar. 1996 - 216 sider
`Appealing in its attempt to approach the psychology of language from a wide range of often controversial viewpoints.... Forrester's book is a book of reflection. The work constitutes a nice addition to the alternative book library of the advanced graduate student or academic' - Contemporary Psychology

This comprehensive textbook brings together diverse themes on the psychology of language in an integrated way. Rather than covering only the formal-structural aspects of language, Forrester provides a broad view of the study of language across various perspectives, focusing throughout on interesting relationships between language and human psychological processes.

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Language Structure and the Significance of Recursion
18
The Concept of Meaning
38
The Interface between Language and Social Interaction
58
Conversational Analysis and Accountability in Everyday Talk
78
Processes and Procedures in Conversational Interaction
95
Power Relations in Language
115
SignSystems and Social Semiotics
131
The Role of the Reader in Text Interpretation
150
Writing and the Construction of Narrative Text
166
Discourse Analysis
184
References
197
Index
211
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Om forfatteren (1996)

Michael A Forrester is a Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Kent, Canterbury. He is the author of The Development of Young Children's Social Cognitive Skills (1992).

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