A Discourse Analysis of First Corinthians

Statement of Responsibility:
Terry, Ralph Bruce
Series Issue:
120
Date:
1995
Publisher:
Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington
Publisher Place:
Dallas
Part Of Series:
Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington Publications in Linguistics 120
Extent:
xii, 192 pages
Publication Status:
Published
Table of Contents:

List of Tables
Preface

  1. Introduction
  2. 1.1. The research problem
    1.2. The study of discourse in the field of Linguistics
    1.3. The textual basis for the study
    1.4. Methodology

  3. Rhetorical Situation and Cultural Background
  4. 2.1. Setting and background
    2.2. Literary concerns
    2.3. The place of a schema in understanding
    2.4. Aspects of culture at Corinth
    2.5 Christianity and culture at Corinth

  5. Overall Discourse Structure
  6. 3.1. Methodology
    3.2. Macrosegmentation
    3.3. Macrostructure
    3.4. Theme

  7. Constituent Analysis
  8. 4.1. Particle
    4.2. Wave
    4.3. Field

  9. Other Features of Discourse
  10. 5.1. Peak
    5.2. Participant reference
    5.3. Clause word order
    5.4. Quotations
    5.5. The influence of the rhetorical situation

  11. Discourse Analysis as a Study of Constraints

Appendix A. Texttype in I Corinthians
Appendix B. Greek Constituent Structure Displays for I Corinthians
References

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Discourse analysis
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Entry Number:
8659