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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 you want to be an actor Corpus approaches to discourse analysis *What is a corpus*Kinds of corpora i.General corpora ii.Specialized corpora iii.The michigan corpus od academic spoken english iv.The britsh academic spoken english v.the british academic written english corpus vi.The TOFEL spoken and written academic language corpus*Issues to consider in constructing a corpus i.Authienticity,represwntativeness and validity of corpus ii.Kinds of text to include in the corpus iv.Sampling and represwntativeness of the corpus*The lonman spoken and written english corpus*Discourse characteristics of conversational english i.Non-calusal units in conversatonal discourse ii.personal pronoun and ellipsis in conversation iii.Situational ellipsis in conversation v.Repetition in conversation vi.Lieical bundles in conversational discourse*Preformance of conversational discourse i.silent and filled pauses in conversation ii.Utterance and filled pauses iii.Attention signals in conversation iv.Response elicitors in conversation v.Non-causal items as response forms vi.Extended co-ordination of clauses*Constructional principles of conversational discourse i.Prefaces in conversation ii.tags in conversation*Corpus studies of the social nature of discouse*Collocation and corpus studies *Critisms of corpus studies*Discussion questions*Data analysis *Directions for further reading *Principles of critical discourse analysis i.Social and political issues are constructed and reflected in discourse ii.Power relation are negotiated and performed through discourse iii.Discourse both reflects and reproduces social relations iv.Ideologies produced and reflected in the use of discourse *Doing critical discourse analysis*Critical discourse analysis and genre*Critical discourse analysis and framing*Critical discourse analysis and multimodality*Critical discourse analysis and identity*Critical discourse analysis and the world wide web*Criticisms of critical discourse analysis*Discussion question *data analysis project *Directions for further reading Critical discourse analysis Doing discourse analysis *Developing a discourse analysis project i.Criteria for developing a discourse analysis project*Choosing a research topic*Focusing a research topic*Turning the topic into a research question*Kinds of discourse analysis projects i.Replication of previous discourse studies ii.Using diffrent discourse data but the same methodology iii.Analysing existing data from a discourse analysis perspective iv.Analysing discourse data from a diffrent perspective v.Considering the validity of a previous claim vi.Foucusing on unanalysed genres vii.Mixed-methods discourse studies*Tow sample discourse studies*A spoken discourse project i.Summary of the study ii.Aim of the study iii.Methodology v.Commentary vi.Further research*A written discourse project i.Summary of the study ii.Aim of the study iii.Methodology iv.Results of the study v.Commentary vi.Further research*Combining discourse and other research perspectives*Evaluating a discourse analysis project i.Reliability ii.Validity*Planing a discourse analysis project*Direction for further reading
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