Two Complementary Approaches to Discourse Analysis

  • Gary D. Prideaux University of Alberta

Abstract

Two broad approaches to the study of discourse analysis are compared and contrasted, one deriving primarily from issues based in sociolinguistics and the other deriving from the concerns of psycholinguistics and cognitive science. The general concerns governing each are sketched, along with relevant examples illustrating the types of problems each deals with. It is suggested that while the two approaches can be viewed as generally complementing each other rather than being in conflict, there are areas of potential overlap and intersection
Published
1994-09-09
How to Cite
Prideaux, G. D. (1994). Two Complementary Approaches to Discourse Analysis. Linguistica Atlantica, 16, 113-133. Retrieved from https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/la/article/view/22484
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