The Routledge Handbook of Discourse Analysis covers the major approaches to Discourse Analysis from Critical Discourse Analysis to Multimodal Discourse Analysis and their applications in key educational and institutional settings. The handbook is divided into six sections: Approaches to Discourse Analysis, Register and Genre, Developments in Spoken Discourse, Educational Applications, Institutional Applications and Identity, Culture and Discourse.
The chapters are written by a wide range of contributors from around the world, each a leading researcher in their respective field. All chapters have been closely edited by James Paul Gee and Michael Handford. With a focus on the application of Discourse Analysis to real-life problems, the contributors introduce the reader to a topic, and analyse authentic data.
The Routledge Handbook of Discourse Analysis is vital reading for linguistics students as well as students of communication and cultural studies, social psychology and anthropology.
Table of Contents
Introduction James Paul Gee and Michael Handford. Part I: Approaches to Discourse Analysis. 1. Critical Discourse Analysis Norman Fairclough 2. Systemic Functional Linguistics Mary J. Schleppegrell 3. Multimodal Discourse Analysis Gunther Kress 4. Narrative Analysis Joanna Thornborrow 5. Mediated Discourse Analysis Suzie Wong Scollon and Ingrid de St-Georges 6. Multimedia and Discourse Analysis Jay Lemke 7. Gender and Discourse Analysis Jennifer Coates 8. Discursive Psychology and Discourse Analysis Jonathan Potter 9. Conversation Analysis Steve Clayman and Virginia Gill 10. Interactional Sociolinguistics and Discourse Analysis Jurgen Jaspers 11. Discourse Oriented Ethnography Graham Smart 12. Discourse Analysis and Linguistic Anthropology Justin Richland 13. Corpus-Based Discourse Analysis Lynne Flowerdew Part II: Register and Genre 14. Register and Discourse Analysis Douglas Biber 15.Genre in the Sydney School David Rose 16. Genre as Social Action Charles Bazerman 17. Professional Written Genres Vijay Bhatia 18. Spoken Professional Genres Almut Koester and Mike Handford Part III : Developments in Spoken Discourse 19. Prosody in Discourse Winnie Cheng and Phoenix Lam 20. Lexis in Spoken Discourse Paula Buttery and Michael McCarthy 21. Emergent Grammar Paul Hopper 22. Creativity in Speech Sarah Atkins and Ronald Carter 23. Spoken Narratives Mary Juzwik 24. Metaphor in Spoken Discourse Lynne Cameron 25. From Thoughts to Sounds Wallace Chafe Part IV: Educational Applications 26. Discourse and 'the New Literacy Studies' James Paul Gee 27. Ethnography and Classroom Discourse Amy Tsui 28. Education and Bilingualism Karen Thompson and Kenji Hakuta 29. English for Academic Purposes and Discourse Analysis Ken Hyland Part V: Institutional Applications 30. Advertising and Discourse Analysis Elsa Simões Lucas Freitas 31. Media and Discourse Analysis Anne O'Keeffe 32. Asian Business Discourse(s) Hiro Tanaka and Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini 33. Discourse and Healthcare Kevin Harvey and Svenja Adolphs 34. Discourses in the Language of the Law Edward Finegan 35. Ethnicity and Humour in the Workplace Janet Holmes and Julia deBres 36. Discourse, Gender and Professional Communication Louise Mullany Part VI: Identity, Culture and Discourse 37. Politics as Usual: Investigating Political Discourse in Action Ruth Wodak 38. Discourse Geography Gu Yueguo 39. Queer Linguistics and Discourse Analysis William L. Leap 40. Intercultural Communication Helen Spencer-Oatey, Hale Isik-Guler and Stefanie Stadler 41. Discourse and Knowledge Teun A. van Dijk 42. Narrative, Cognition and Rationality David Olson 43. Discourse and Power Adrian Blackledge 44. Literary Discourse Peter K. W. Tan 45. A Multicultural Approach to Discourse Studies Shi-Xu 46. World Englishes and/or English as a Lingua Franca Andy Kirkpatrick and James McLellan
James Paul Gee is the Mary Lou Fulton Presidential Professor of Literacy Studies at Arizona State University. He is the author of many titles including An Introduction to Discourse Analysis (1999, Third Edition 2011); How to do Discourse Analysis (2011) and Language and Learning in the Digital Age (2011), all published by Routledge.
Michael Handford is Associate Professor in English Language at the University of Tokyo. He is the author of 'The Language of Business Meetings' (2010).
‘This discourse analysis handbook wins hands down as the most intellectually responsible in the field - both in terms of the comprehensiveness of the topics considered and the international spectrum of specialists involved.’
James Martin, University of Sydney, Australia
‘The Handbook of Discourse Analysis is accessible to undergraduates and yet a state-of-the-art introduction for graduate students and practicing researchers in a wide range of fields. There are many introductions to or handbooks of Discourse Analysis available today. This is the most comprehensive, up-to-date, and internationally representative of them all.’
Sarah Michaels, Clark University, USA