Discourse Studies in Composition
Ellen L. Barton, Gail Stygall
Hampton Press, 2002 - Education - 416 pages
This volume aims to synthesize and situate the systematic study of discourse explicitly in the field of composition. Each chapter follows a common tri-partite structure: a description of an approach to discourse analysis; a case study using that approach; and a discussion of its value.
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