|Titel||Rethinking context: an introduction|
|Auteurs||Goodwin, C., & Duranti A.|
|Uitgever||Cambridge University Press|
|Trefwoord(en)||activity, context, contextualization, event|
When the issue of context is raised it is typically argued that the focal event cannot be properly understood, interpreted approprately, or described in a relevant fashion, unles on looks beyond the event itself tot othre phenomena (for example cultural setting, speech situation, shared background assumtions) within the event is embedded, or alternatively that features of talk itself invoke particular background assumptions relevant tot the organization of subsequent interaction. The context is thus a frame that surrounds the event being examined and provides resources for its appropriate interpretation.
About context in language
The notion of context involves a fundamental juxtaposition ot two entities:
Context is a frame that surrounds the event and provides resources for its appropriate interpretation.
In: Goodwin, Charles; Duranti, Alessandro, Rethinking context: Language as an interactive phenomenon. Cambridge 1992 (blz.1-42): .
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donderdag, 31 augustus 2017 - 11:56pm