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by Ronald Geluykens

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Ronald Geluykens
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From discourse process to grammatical construction: On left dislocation in English. Amsterdam: Benjamins. Foregrounding referents: A reconsideration of left dislocation in discourse. In Thompson, H. et a.Ed., Proceedings of the second annual meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (pp. 240–257).

The discourse function of the syntactic construction left dislocation in English has received significant . We define this variety of left dislocation, termed the Unexpected Subject type, via a Centering Theory analysis of the surrounding discourse.

The discourse function of the syntactic construction left dislocation in English has received significant attention. This finding adds even greater diversity to the potential discourse functions underlying the left dislocation construction, and thus lends important support to the claim that the association between syntactic form and discourse function is arbitrary.

Functional grammar (FG) and functional discourse grammar (FDG) are grammar models and theories motivated by functional theories of grammar. In doing so, it contrasts with Chomskyan transformational grammar. Functional discourse grammar has been developed as a successor to functional grammar, attempting to be more psychologically and pragmatically adequate than functional grammar. In David Sudnow (E., Studies in Social Interaction, pp. 294-338. New York: Free Press. Clause Combining in Discourse and Grammar: A Discourse Analysis of Some Korean Clausal Connectives in Spoken Narrative. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawaii dissertation.

This study deals with interactional processes in conversational discourse, and the way they may get 'syntacticized' into grammatical constructions. It investigates the link between discourse function and syntactic form, and the ways in which grammatical form is a reflection on communicative function, through examining the communicative functions of Left-Dislocation in English. The investigation is corpus-based, and focuses on spontaneous conversation, but other discourse types are also taken into account. The overall perspective is resolutely empirical, and preconceptions about the possible functions of Left-Dislocation are avoided. Contents 1. Theoretical preliminaries; 2. Referent-introduction (1): interaction; 3. Referent-introduction (2): recoverability; 4. Referent-introduction (3): topicality; 5. Other functions of LD; 6. Prosodic aspects of LD; 7. LD in other discourse types; 8. A broader perspecitive; 9. General conclusion; Notes, Appendices, References, Subject and author indices.