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Author Pascual Olivé, Esther,
Title Fictive interaction : the conversation frame in thought, language, and discourse / Esther Pascual, University of Groningen.
Imprint Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2014]

Series Human cognitive processing, 1387-6724 ; v. 47
Human cognitive processing ; v. 47.
Subject Conversation analysis -- Psychological aspects.
Discourse analysis -- Psychological aspects.
Pragmatics.
Psycholinguistics.
Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Introduction: Language, interaction, and cognition -- 1.1. Theoretical background -- 1.2. Fictive interaction -- 1.2.1. communicative type of Activity -- 1.2.2. Fictive interaction in different languages and discourse genres -- 1.3. Methodology -- 1.4. Book structure -- ch. 2 Fictive interaction: The conversation frame in discourse and grammar -- 2.1. Inter-sentential fictive interaction -- 2.1.1. Topic -- 2.1.2. Focus -- 2.1.3. Relative clauses -- 2.1.4. Conditionals -- 2.2. Sentential fictive interaction -- 2.2.1. Fictive assertions -- 2.2.2. Fictive questions -- 2.2.3. Fictive commands -- 2.2.4. Fictive apologies, greetings, and politeness exchanges -- 2.3. Intra-sentential fictive interaction -- 2.3.1. clausal level -- 2.3.2. phrasal level -- 2.3.3. lexical level -- 2.3.4. Theoretical discussion -- 2.4. Summary and conclusions -- ch. 3 Direct speech compounds: On the dialogue-morphology interface -- 3.1. Fictive interaction in compound modifiers -- 3.1.1. Database -- 3.1.2. Formal characteristics of the modifier -- 3.1.3. Pragmatic characteristics of the modifier -- 3.2. Setting up a fictive conversation -- 3.2.1. Metonymy -- 3.2.2. fictive conversation as reference point -- 3.3. Creating a new category -- 3.4. Semantico-pragmatic types -- 3.4.1. Individual as communication participant -- 3.4.2. Type of communicative act -- 3.4.3. Means of communication -- 3.4.3.1. medium is a text carrier -- 3.4.3.2. medium is an entity -- 3.4.3.3. medium is a physical act -- 3.4.3.4. medium is a manner -- 3.4.4. Instrumentality -- 3.4.5. Mental or emotional state -- 3.4.5.1. Attitude or principle -- 3.4.5.2. Feeling -- 3.4.6. Time and space -- 3.4.7. Summary and discussion -- 3.5. Final remarks -- ch. 4 From talk-in-interaction to grammar: A cross-linguistic study of fictive interaction -- 4.1. Data -- 4.2. Direct speech for non-quotation: From multifunctionality to polysemy -- 4.2.1. Mental states -- 4.2.1.1. Oral languages -- 4.2.1.2. Chirographic languages -- 4.2.2. Emotional and attitudinal states -- 4.2.2.1. Oral languages -- 4.2.2.2. Chirographic languages -- 4.2.3. Desires, intentions and attempts -- 4.2.3.1. Oral languages -- 4.2.3.2. Chirographic languages -- 4.2.4. Causation -- 4.2.4.1. Oral languages -- 4.2.4.2. Chirographic languages -- 4.2.5. Reason or purpose -- 4.2.5.1. Oral languages -- 4.2.5.2. Chirographic languages -- 4.2.6. Actions and states of affairs -- 4.2.6.1. Oral languages -- 4.2.6.2. Chirographic languages -- 4.2.7. Tense -- 4.2.7.1. Oral languages -- 4.2.7.2. Chirographic languages -- 4.3. Discussion and conclusions -- ch. 5 It's like, why fictive interaction? Multifunctional direct speech in a jury deliberation -- 5.1. fictive interaction construction -- 5.2. Data -- 5.3. Analysis -- 5.3.1. Speech and inferences from speech -- 5.3.2. Thoughts and decisions -- 5.3.3. Emotions and attitudes -- 5.3.4. Intentions and actions -- 5.4. Discussion and conclusions -- ch. 6 trial as fictive trialogue: Fictive interaction imagery in legal argumentation -- 6.1. Courtroom interaction -- 6.2. Many communicative events as one -- 6.2.1. Debate with Kant -- 6.2.2. Legal monologues and dialogues as fictive trialogues -- 6.3. inferable as speaking -- 6.3.1. speaking cross -- 6.3.2. speaking evidence -- 6.4. final decision as a moralistic address -- 6.4.1. "Voting as Speaking" -- 6.4.2. jury's verdict as an audible message -- 6.5. Fictive interaction as a fundamental cognitive process -- 6.6. Conclusion -- ch. 7 Triadic questions in court: Searching for answers about legal "truth" -- 7.1. Questions in court -- 7.2. Data -- 7.3. Legal trialogues and triadic questions -- 7.4. Analysis -- 7.4.1. Triadic expository questions -- 7.4.2. Constructed rhetorical question, asked and answered -- 7.4.3. triadic how-to definition -- 7.4.4. Fictive embedded question, obvious answer -- 7.5. Summary and conclusions -- ch. 8 Concluding remarks -- 8.1. Implications -- 8.2. Avenues for future research.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9789027269799 (electronic bk.)
9027269793 (electronic bk.)
9789027246639
9027246637
OCLC # 890725073
Additional Format Print version: Pascual Olivé, Esther. Fictive interaction 9789027246639 (DLC) 2014017624 (OCoLC)881167645