LINGUIST List 15.1431
Wed May 5 2004
Qs: Discourse Analysis Textbooks for Beginners
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- Suda Rangkupan, discourse analysis textbooks for beginners
Message 1: discourse analysis textbooks for beginners
Date: Tue, 4 May 2004 07:27:23 -0400 (EDT)
From: Suda Rangkupan <suda.rchula.ac.th>
Subject: discourse analysis textbooks for beginners
Dear Linguist friends,
I'm going to teach a course on discourse analysis next semester. I've
noticed that discourse analysis is a subject that covers such a wide
area and touches on so many related disciplines. I wonder if anyone
would please recommend textbooks that covers enough important topics
in discourse analysis for beginners. And I would appreciate if anyone
would like to share your thoughts on the important topics we should
cover in such an introductory course on discourse analysis.
I will gather all the answers and post the summary so that it could be
useful to other instructors.
I appreciate your help.
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