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Repetition in Arabic discourse

paradigms, syntagms and the ecology of language.

by Barbara Johnstone

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Published by John Benjamins in Amsterdam .
Written in English


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SeriesPragmatics and beyond
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Open LibraryOL18532402M
ISBN 109027250286

Review of: Barbara Johnstone, Repetition in Arabic discourse. Amsterdam: J. Benjamins, Get this from a library! Repetition in Arabic discourse: paradigms, syntagms, and the ecology of language. [Barbara Johnstone].

Repetition in Arabic Discourse: Paradigms, Syntagms and the Ecology of Language really liked it avg rating — 2 ratings — published — 4 editions/5(17). "repetition" is used functionally and purposefully in a political discourse. Hence, analyzing this perspective is a problematic notion which this research faces. Moreover, "repetition" has different use between Arabic and English. In Arabic, it is considered as a linguistic feature, which is usefully used in a discourse.

Semantic repetition in Arabic 23 List restructuring 23 Practical Semantic repetition, parallelism and list restructuring: 10 Discourse and intertextual issues in translation 54 Genre membership 54 Thinking Arabic Translation: Supplement is designed to be used alongside. She is the author of Repetition in Arabic Discourse (), Stories, Community, and Place: Narratives from Middle America (), The Linguistic Individual (), and Qualitative Methods in Sociolinguistics (), in addition to many articles and book chapters.


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In this examination of expository prose in contemporary Arabic, structural and semantic repetition is found to be responsible both for linguistic cohesion and for rhetorical force. Johnstone identifies and discusses repetitive features on every level of analysis.4/5(2).

Repetition in Arabic Discourse: Paradigms, syntagms and the ecology of language (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series) [Barbara Johnstone] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In this examination of expository prose in contemporary Arabic, structural and semantic repetition is found to be responsible both for linguistic cohesion and for rhetorical : Barbara Johnstone.

In this examination of expository prose in contemporary Arabic, Repetition in Arabic discourse book and semantic repetition is found to be responsible both for linguistic cohesion and for rhetorical force. Johnstone identifies and discusses repetitive features on every level of by: Repetition in Arabic Discourse: Paradigms, Syntagms, and the Ecology of Language - Barbara Johnstone - Google Books In this examination of expository prose in contemporary Arabic.

In this examination of expository prose in contemporary Arabic, structural and semantic repetition is found to be responsible both for linguistic cohesion and for rhetorical force. Johnstone identifies and discusses repetitive features on every level of analysis.

Writers in Arabic use lexical couplets consisting of conjoined synonyms, which create new semantic paradigms as they evoke old Pages:   Repetition in Arabic discourse paradigms, syntagms, and the ecology of language by Barbara Johnstone Published by J.

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(PDF) REPETITION IN ARABIC DISCOURSE | Sam AlIraqi - This is a study of the language and the rhetorical workings of written expository discourse in contemporary Arabic. More generally, it is a study of the nature of the repetition, parallelism, and paraphrase through which Arabic persuasive discourse.

Barbara Johnstone: Repetition in Arabic discourse: paradigms, syntagms, and the ecology of language. (Pragmatics and Beyond, N.S., ) xii, pp. Amsterdam and Author: Clive Holes. Repetition in Arabic discourse: paradigms, syntagms, and the ecology of language / Barbara Johnstone J.

Benjamins Pub Amsterdam ; Philadelphia Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. "Repetition in Arabic discourse is realized at several levels the morphological level, the word level, and the 'chunk' level." "k-t-b has to do with writing" "Notice that the repetition of a morphological pattern creates repetition on the phonological level if said aloud, which intensifies the effect of repetition.".

Book Repetition in Arabic Discourse: Paradigms, Syntagms, and the Ecology of Language () Barbara Johnstone John Benjamins Series. Pragmatics and Beyond, New Series, 18 Citation Information.

Barbara Johnstone. Repetition in Arabic Discourse: Paradigms, Syntagms, and the Ecology of Language. Amsterdam() Cited by: Repetition is found to be the key text-building device in this genre of Arabic discourse, as well as an important strategy for creating rhetorical presence and, thereby, persuasive force.

Repetition is also discussed in its function in the dynamics of language: patterns of repetition serve to evoke and create linguistic paradigms in the Cited by: Abstract This study investigates ‘repetition’ in the English translation of the Arabic Novel, Adrift on the Nile (). It aims to explore the communicative functions of ‘repetition’ and to see if.

ARABIC RHETORIC: MAIN IDEA, DEVELOPMENT, PARALLELISM, AND WORD REPETITION Van De Wege, Melissa, "ARABIC RHETORIC: MAIN IDEA, DEVELOPMENT, PARALLELISM, AND WORD REPETITION" ().EWU Masters Thesis Collection. I will discuss the previous research on Arabic persuasive discourse, focusing on 4.

Shifting from an authoritarian to a democratic discourse. This paper examines the themes and structures of the last three speeches by President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt and President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali of Tunisia before they were forced out of paper compares and contrasts the substance and structure of the speeches and the strategies used to address the public unrest that swept.

The stylistic features of repetition in Arabic can be traced back to the pre-Islamic oratory era (Holes ), which esteemed eloquence and stylistic creativity in both speaking and writing.

Such a style of writing is highly valued in Arabic literary culture, and it demonstrates that the. Although both languages prefer the use of reference, conjunctions and lexical repetition, Arabic uses lexical repetition, collocation and personal pronouns more often than English.

A major contribution of the present study is that it captures new cohesive devises employed in Arabic religious discourse other than proposed by Halliday & Hasan. - Discourse structure and function Forms and functions of narrative; women's and men's narrative; functions of repetition in discourse and their implications for linguistic theory; cross-cultural study of rhetorical discourse; current work on the individual voice in linguistic and rhetorical theory, on the rhetorical construction of place and local identity through discourse about local speech in Pittsburgh.

1. Introduction. There has been recently a mounting interest in the study of Arabic written texts, and this area of research can be broadly classified into two sets of studies [see 3, for an overview].The first set of studies has focused on the analysis of salient discourse and rhetorical features of Arabic written texts such as lexical repetition, structural parallelism, coordination.

The role of repetition in Arabic argumentative discourse. In Swales, J. & Mustafa, H. (Eds.), English for specific purposes in the Arab world (pp. 99 – ). Birmingham, UK: University of Aston, Language Studies Unit.Summary: In this examination of expository prose in contemporary Arabic, structural and semantic repetition is found to be responsible both for linguistic cohesion and for rhetorical force.

Johnstone identifies and discusses repetitive features on every level of analysis.The role of repetition in Arabic argumentative discourse, in English for Specific Purposes in the Arab World, J. M. Swales and H. Mustapha, Editors.University of Aston: Birmingham, UK. p.