An Introduction to Discourse Analysis: Theory and Method

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Routledge, 1999 - Discourse analysis - 176 pages
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I am new to the field of DA. After spending more than two weeks tried to underpin the so called theories and methods and their interrelationships’ that dominate DA, I came across this book.
Many of
the doubts and confusions that had engulfed my understanding from previous (unsuccessful) readings were put to rest.
James in the first 27 pages of his book (only these were accessible) takes a unique approach and uses very lucid language to explain and help a new reader of DA to understand the different relationships of methods and theories.
On Tuesday, (Monday, is a public holiday) I am going to the library to borrow this book. I cannot wait for the library to open.
Student of DA (TESOL)
Bendigo, Australia
 

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