djh514 at york.ac.uk
Mon Sep 8 10:53:18 UTC 2008
There's also the following one, reviewed in the latest issue of _Language
Anthony J. Liddicoat, An introduction to conversation analysis. London &
New York: Continuum, 2007. Pp. 333. Pb $39.95, Hb $150 Reviewed by Tyler
I am not a conversation or discourse analyst, so can say nothing about the
book, but the review is available online now. Of course, since it's a new
book, the price may prove prohibitive anyway.
University of York
>There is a good book entitled Discourse and Identity by Bethan Benwell
>and Elizabeth Stokoe which describes several approaches to analyzing
>transcripts, including CA. It also deals with CDA--can't remember if it
>includes written texts. Barbara Johnstone's Discourse Analysis is
>wonderful this way (for written text). Also, there is a British text
>which deals with analyzing spoken language (and has some application for
>teaching)--can't remember the name. It is in my office. I think it's
>Analyzing Spoken Language.
>Christopher Hart wrote:
>> Does anyone know of a good text book for level one undergraduates
>> which would cover the basics in analysing conversation transcripts and
>> written texts?
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