Spoken and written language. Brown, G. and Yule, G. In Discourse analysis, pages 4-19. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
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1.- Introduction: linguistic forms and functions; 2.- The role of context in interpretation; 3.- Topic and the representation of discourse content; 4.- "Staging" and the representation of discourse structure; 5.- Information structure; 6.- The nature of reference in text and discourse; 7.- Coherence and the interpretation of text and discourse.
@incollection{brown_spoken_1983,
	Address = {Cambridge},
	Author = {Brown, Gillian and Yule, George},
	Booktitle = {Discourse analysis},
	Date = {1983},
	Date-Modified = {2016-09-24 18:56:00 +0000},
	Keywords = {phonetics, pragmatics, spoken and written language, textbook},
	Pages = {4-19},
	Publisher = {Cambridge University Press},
	Title = {Spoken and written language},
	Abstract = {1.- Introduction: linguistic forms and functions; 2.- The role of context in interpretation; 3.- Topic and the representation of discourse content; 4.- "Staging" and the representation of discourse structure; 5.- Information structure; 6.- The nature of reference in text and discourse; 7.- Coherence and the interpretation of text and discourse.}}
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