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The text book successfully shows that the systemic functional linguistics is one of the most powerful models of grammatical theory that has been constructed "for purposes of text analysis: one that would make it possible to say sensible and useful things about any text, spoken or written in modern English

Suzanne Eggins further explains that signs in a semiotic system involve two dimensions: a content or meaning, and an expression, or realization, and that the relationship between content and expression is arbitrary.

It can sometimes be difficult to grasp the practicalities and theoretical concepts of systemic functional linguistics and this text simplifies this information using concrete examples

It can sometimes be difficult to grasp the practicalities and theoretical concepts of systemic functional linguistics and this text simplifies this information using concrete examples. This book is great supplemental material for the Halliday and Matthiessen (2004) text 'An introduction to functional grammar'.

There are 11 chapters in this book, respectively dealing with an overview of systemic functional linguistics (Chapter 1), texture, cohesion and coherence (Chapter 2), the context of culture: genre (Chapter 3), the context of situation: register (Chapter 4), lexico-grammar (Chapter 5), the interpersonal meaning: Mood (Chapter 6), systems (Chapter 7.

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Systemic-functional linguistics is becoming an increasingly popular approach to language, given the range and thoroughness of the analytical techniques it offers, and the variety of applications it has been demonstrated to have. This text draws on the seminal work of Halliday, Martin and others, to give students from a variety of backgrounds an accessible introduction to the theory and techniques of the systemic approach. This includes language as a semiotic system, levels of context (register and genre), discourse-semantics, and the analysis of cohesion, and the meaning of systemic choice. The volume arises from the author's extensive experience of lecturing on systemic linguistics at the introductory level to a variety of audiences. The materials currently available and used as set texts for such courses include Halliday's "Introduction for Functional Grammar" and Martin's "English Text: System and Structure". However, these texts assume some familiarity with either the systemic approach or basic linguistic concepts, and prove extremely difficult for students to penetrate. "Language as Content" is an introduction for all students of systemic linguistics, English, linguistics and communications, at both undergraduate and masters level.
An Introduction to Systemic Functional Linguistics download epub
Bible Study & Reference
Author: Suzanne Eggins
ISBN: 1855672081
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
Language: English
Publisher: Pinter Pub Ltd; illustrated edition edition (December 1, 1994)
Pages: 224 pages