Routledge Advances in Functional Linguistics investigates the relationships between theories and evidences, taking in a broad range of functional, cognitive, and social approaches to language, and engaging critically with language data and novel technologies. Volumes in the series aim to explore the ways in which these novel evidences can probe theoretical assumptions and how new evidences and technologies in linguistics can complement and augment our understanding of language. How we understand language and language processing is being changed by experimental techniques and technologies such as eye-tracking, keystroke logging, neuroimaging, as well as translation, corpus and typological studies. Routledge Advances in Functional Linguistics aims to both elucidate and lead in these inquiries.
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By Anne McCabe
January 09, 2023
This volume offers a comprehensive account of language development from a Systemic Functional Linguistic (SFL) perspective, integrating theory and data from a wide range of research studies. The book begins by taking an in-depth look at SFL theory and its focus on texts, highlighting the ...
By Elissa Asp, Michelle Aldridge
July 28, 2022
This collection explores the relationships between theory and evidences in functional linguistics, bringing together perspectives from both established and emerging scholars. The volume begins by establishing theoretical common ground for functional approaches to language, critically discussing ...