Context and variation in two‐way radio discourse

Gibbon D (2009)
Discourse Processes 8(4): 395-419.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
International amateur radio talk (IART) is describéd as a ‘clear case’ of the significance of the channel as a restrictive factor in discourse, and sample texts of IART are analyzed. The situation of IART and its subvarieties and neighboring varieties within a formal and functional ‘variety space’ is examined within a proposed theory of the use of speech. Language use is regarded as defined by a hierarchically organized set of constitutive factors, and purpose‐oriented aspects of language use are included by positing an ongoing adaptive process, the ‘functional cycle’. Three constitutive systems are defined: register, genre, and style. The claim is made that ‘language use is language variation’: The assignment of specific features to the factors of use defines a functional variety, and the continuous checking and logging of indexical values defines the ongoing adaptation of speech to context.
Erscheinungsjahr
2009
Zeitschriftentitel
Discourse Processes
Band
8
Ausgabe
4
Seite(n)
395-419
ISSN
0163-853X
eISSN
1532-6950
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2955665

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Gibbon D. Context and variation in two‐way radio discourse. Discourse Processes. 2009;8(4):395-419.
Gibbon, D. (2009). Context and variation in two‐way radio discourse. Discourse Processes, 8(4), 395-419. https://doi.org/10.1080/01638538509544624
Gibbon, D. (2009). Context and variation in two‐way radio discourse. Discourse Processes 8, 395-419.
Gibbon, D., 2009. Context and variation in two‐way radio discourse. Discourse Processes, 8(4), p 395-419.
D. Gibbon, “Context and variation in two‐way radio discourse”, Discourse Processes, vol. 8, 2009, pp. 395-419.
Gibbon, D.: Context and variation in two‐way radio discourse. Discourse Processes. 8, 395-419 (2009).
Gibbon, Dafydd. “Context and variation in two‐way radio discourse”. Discourse Processes 8.4 (2009): 395-419.

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