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by Anna Duszak,Dr Urszula Okulska,Jacek Fisiak

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Anna Duszak,Dr Urszula Okulska,Jacek Fisiak
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Anna Duszak and Urszula Okulska

Anna Duszak and Urszula Okulska. Linguistics has found itself in the middle of a lively debate about its disciplinary integrity, its future and role in modern societies.

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14 Urszula Okulska: Gender and the Formation of Modern Standard English. Bridges and Barriers in Metalinguistic Discourse. Essays on Linguistics, Literature and Culture in Honour of Aleksander Szwedek. Vol. 18 Arleta Adamska-Sałaciak: Meaning and the Bilingual Dictionary. The Case of English and Polish. 26 Michał Janowski: Inheritance of Features in Metaphoric Mappings in English.

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Metalinguistic Discourse, eds. Anna Duszak, Urszula Okulska. Ewa Wełnic and Jacek Fisiak. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang.

Other books in this series. Linguistic Studies of Text and Discourse. Priestley's An Inspector Calls; 5. Poetry as Scientific Discourse: The Nuclear Sections of Tennyson's in Memoriam; 6. The Construction of Knowledge and Value in the Grammar of Scientific Discourse: With Reference to Charles Darwin's The Origin of Species; Part Three: Everyday Texts (Written; Spoken); 7. Some Lexicogrammatical Features of the Zero Population Growth text; 8. 'So You Say.

The most recent studies in linguistic stylistics have tended to focus on application of studies in discourse analysis and narrative organization to the study of literary text.

First published 1989 by Unwin Hyman Ltd Reprinted 1995 by Routledge. The most recent studies in linguistic stylistics have tended to focus on application of studies in discourse analysis and narrative organization to the study of literary text. Two of the most promiment recent examples of linguistic stylistics are Burton’s study of drama dialogue (Burton, 1980) and Banfield’s study of narrative discourse (Banfield, 1982).

In A. Duszak & U. Okulska (ed., Bridges and walls in metalinguistic discourse. Berlin: Peter Lang, 57–76. Siewierska, Anna & Dik Bakker.

Hollmann, Willem B. & Anna Siewierska. The status of frequency, schemas, and identity in cognitive sociolinguistics: A case study on definite article reduction. Cognitive Linguistics 2. : 25–54. Malchukov, Andrej, & Anna Siewierska (ed. Folia Linguistica 27. 1/2, 147–169. Nominal and verbal person marking. Linguistic Typology 2, 1–53. In A.

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Linguistics has found itself in the middle of a lively debate about its disciplinary integrity, its future and role in modern societies. The on-going discussions thrive on impulses coming from within the field and from other disciplines that either inform linguistic expertise or are themselves informed by it. They are also encouraged by a growing language awareness of individuals and entire social groups. This collection of papers covers a wide range of linguistic topics, exposing and exploring the plurilingualism of today's meta-linguistic reflection. The topics in analytical focus include the apparent integrity and the fragmentation of linguistics, starting with the early conceptions of autonomy and modularity, and ending with their elaboration in terms of interdisciplinarity, transdisciplinarity and, more recently, postdisciplinarity of modern scholarship. The methodological pluralism of modern linguistics is shown to depend on what were and what are today the privileged modes of communication. The role of folk and expert knowledge is emphasized in the construction of metalinguistic theories and their social legitimization. Speaking up from a variety of perspectives, the contributions in this volume show that the ventriloquation of today's meta-linguistic writings is best interpretable in terms of bridges and barriers in how the metalinguistic dialogue is pursued, whether on an internal or a cross-disciplinary basis.