History of Discourse Analysis

Timeline created by Luz Denis Mendoza Garcia
  • American discourse

     American discourse
    Examines the types of speech events such as storytelling, greeting rituals, and verbal duels in different cultural and social settings.
  • Van Dijk

    Van Dijk
    and *De Beaugrande (1980)* They have had a significant impact on: The development of discourse analysis as a whole the work of text grammarians.
  • American Discourse

    Relevant for the development of discourse analysis as a whole is the work of text grammarians, who work mainly with written language.
  • M. A. K. Halliday "Functional approach to language Halliday

    M. A. K. Halliday "Functional approach to language Halliday
    The analysis of the British discourse:
    It emphasizes the social functions of language and the thematic and informational structure of speech and writing.
  • Sacks, Schegloff & Jefferson

    Sacks, Schegloff & Jefferson
    The analysis of the American discourse:
    Important in the study of conversational norms, turns and other aspects of spoken interaction.
  • Sinclair & Coulthard

    Sinclair & Coulthard
    British discourse analysis: They developed a model for the description of the conversation between teacher and student, based on a hierarchy of units of speech.
  • Goffman (1976; 1979)

    Goffman (1976; 1979)
    American Tradition, has been dominated by the ethnomethological tradition= observation of natural data. Important in the study of conversational norms, turns and other aspects of spoken interaction.
  • Halliday y Hasan (1976)

     	 Halliday y Hasan (1976)
    Text Grammarians