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Co-Operating with Written Texts : The Pragmatics and Comprehension of Written Texts :  The Pragmatics and Comprehension of Written Texts - Dieter Stein

Co-Operating with Written Texts : The Pragmatics and Comprehension of Written Texts

The Pragmatics and Comprehension of Written Texts

By: Dieter Stein (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1992
ISBN: 9783110127232
Number Of Pages: 708
For Ages: 22+ years old

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Cooperating with written texts: Towards a science of the text. Issues and overviewp. 1
Writing, literacy, and comprehension: psycholinguistic aspectsp. 13
On the relationship between writing system, written language, and text processingp. 15
Pause and intonation contours in written and oral discoursep. 31
Aspects of writing development in argumentative textsp. 67
Psycholinguistic processes in the comprehension of written textsp. 83
Coherence and coordination in written text: Reading time studiesp. 103
Levels of language comprehension and systems of information-processingp. 129
Developmental aspects: the evolution of written textsp. 161
The pragmatics of medieval textsp. 163
The impact of sudden literacy on text comprehensibility: Mohawkp. 179
Scientific texts and deictic structuresp. 201
Immediacy and displacement in consciousness and languagep. 231
Literary texts: inferring meaning(s)p. 257
Fictional conversation and its pragmatic statusp. 259
Presupposition and pragmatic inference in a literary textp. 277
How to cope with dramatic texts including avant-garde playscriptsp. 295
The pragmatics of literary textsp. 313
"Deep structure signals" in fictionp. 335
The pragmatics of poetic discoursep. 361
A pragmatic role for inserted clauses in literary textsp. 373
Pragmatics and comprehension of individual text typesp. 395
Teaching conscientious resistance to cooperation with text: The role of pragmatics in critical thinkingp. 397
From private writing to public oration: The case of Puritan wills. Cognitive discourse analysis applied to the study of genre changep. 417
Parallelism in advertising copyp. 437
Notice is hereby given to hide ulterior motivesp. 459
Renarration: Oral L1 and L2 narrations as bases of written narrativesp. 467
Strategies in text production and text comprehension: A new perspectivep. 493
The axiological structure of discoursep. 529
At the interface of linguistics and pragmatics: individual linguistic structuresp. 547
On the (In)dependence of syntax and pragmatics: Evidence from the postposition -ra in Persianp. 549
VP inversion and aspect in written textsp. 575
Scope in discourse: Pragmatics or syntax?p. 589
Computational modeling of text comprehensionp. 607
'Parsing' procedures for storiesp. 609
Convergent evidence for a set of coherence relationsp. 631
Text pragmatics and computational modelingp. 665
Integrating knowledge sources for the generation of referential expressionsp. 685
Subject indexp. 699
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ISBN: 9783110127232
ISBN-10: 3110127237
Series: Studies in Anthropological Linguistics
Audience: General
For Ages: 22+ years old
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 708
Published: 1992
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.01 x 15.49  x 1.6
Weight (kg): 1.49

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