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Discourse segmentation in romance languages

Author: Salvador Pons Bordería
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2014] ©2014
Series: Pragmatics & beyond, new ser., 250.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This chapter presents an empirical study of the left periphery of Basic Discourse Units, viz. the linguistic segments that speakers and hearers use to interpret the discourse they are engaged in. A Basic Discourse Unit is bound by the mapping of a syntactic (dependency) structure and a major intonation unit, giving rise to different types of discourse units (congruent, syntax-bound, intonation-bound, regulatory).  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Discourse segmentation in Romance languages
(DLC) 2014024330
(OCoLC)883647371
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Salvador Pons Bordería
ISBN: 9789027269508 9027269505
OCLC Number: 894555088
Description: 1 online resource (276 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Models of discourse segmentation in Roman languages: an overview --
The Basel Model for paragraph segmentation: The construction units, their relationships and linguistic indication --
The contribution of the Basel model to the description of polyfunctional discourse markers: the cast of It. anche, Fr. aussi, and Sp. tambien --
Parenthetical verbs as a challenge for discourse units --
Absolute initial position --
On the delimitation of discursive units in colloquial Spanish: Val. Es. Co application model --
Intonation and gesture in the segmentation of speech units: The discursive marker vraiment: integration, focalisation, formulation --
The topologic hypothesis of prominence as a cue to information structure in Italian --
Initiating a discourse unit in spoken French: Prosodic and syntactic features of the left periphery.
Series Title: Pragmatics & beyond, new ser., 250.
Responsibility: edited by Salvador Pons Bordería, University of Valencia/IULMA.

Abstract:

This chapter presents an empirical study of the left periphery of Basic Discourse Units, viz. the linguistic segments that speakers and hearers use to interpret the discourse they are engaged in. A Basic Discourse Unit is bound by the mapping of a syntactic (dependency) structure and a major intonation unit, giving rise to different types of discourse units (congruent, syntax-bound, intonation-bound, regulatory). Focusing on the discourse units' Left Peripheral Elements, which are again defined in syntactic and prosodic terms, we show that they fulfil different discourse structuring roles.

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