By Norman Fairclough
Analysing Discourse is an obtainable introductory textbook for all scholars and researchers operating with actual language data.
Drawing on various social theorists from Bourdieu to Habermas, in addition to his personal examine, Norman Fairclough's e-book provides a sort of language research with a regularly social point of view. His strategy is illustrated by means of and investigated via a number of genuine texts, from written texts, to a television debate concerning the monarchy and a radio broadcast concerning the Lockerbie bombing. The student-friendly ebook additionally bargains available summaries, an appendix of instance texts, and a word list of phrases and key theorists.
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Both of the last two examples show that intertextuality is a matter of recontextualization (a concept introduced in chapter 2) — a movement from one context to another, entailing particular transformations consequent upon how the material that is moved, recontextualized, figures within that new context. So in the case of reported speech, writing or thought, there are two interconnected issues to address: a)the relationship between the report and the original (the event that is reported); b)the relationship between the report and the rest of the text in which it occurs — how the report figures in the text, what work the reporting does in the text.
Take, for instance, the following short extract from a leaflet produced by the British government Department for Education and Employment on changes in the post-16 curriculum. The leaflet is identified as a `guide to parents' . Many European students take a broader study package and have a more demanding study schedule — typically 30 hours of teaching a week, compared to 18 in the UK. These are the students with whom our young people must compete for jobs and university places in a global marketplace.
An example of the latter is in the extract from the Department of Education and Employment leaflet which I discussed earlier: `These are the students with whom our young people must compete for jobs and university places in a global marketplace. ' I said earlier that it is assumed that there is a global marketplace. But there is more to it than that: the expression `global marketplace' belongs to the dominant neo-liberal economic and political discourse which is associated with the nationally and internationally dominant voices in the economic and political fields, voices which are evoked through the fragmentary presence of this discourse in the text.