- Author:K Jaszczolt
- Publisher:Pearson ESL; 1 edition (September 20, 2002)
- Pages:424 pages
- Subcategory:Words Language & Grammar
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The LINGUIST List Jaszczolt, Kasia (2002), Semantics and Pragmatics. In her book, she presents the most outstanding questions in semantics as well as the dominant theories and approaches to these issues comparing them in a problems and possible solutions style of presentation.
The LINGUIST List Jaszczolt, Kasia (2002), Semantics and Pragmatics. Semantics and Pragmatics is first of all a handbook. SYNOPSIS The first chapter, Word meaning, sentence meaning, speaker meaning, introduces the reader to the fundamental concepts and distinctions in the domain of meaning.
and Pragmatics¿ provides a comprehensive introduction to various approaches to meaning. Jaszczolt is Lecturer in Linguistics, University of Cambridge and Fellow, Newnham College, Cambridge.
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Jaszczolt is Lecturer in Linguistics, University of Cambridge and Fellow, Newnham College, Cambridge. She is the author of & Beliefs and Intentions¿ (1999).
Semantics is a core topic on the majority of undergraduate linguistic degree courses: it is the study of meaning in language, both in terms of definition and the way meanings are conveyed and vary within everyday situations. This book provides a comprehensive introduction to approaches to meaning and presents the most popular and successful theories in a way that makes them accessible for undergraduates. It also explores how the boundry between semantics and pragmatics may be drawn and sums up a coherent picture of meaning in language system and in language use.