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T.A. Van-Dijk’s Concept of Discourse Methodologies in Social Research

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Опубликовано на портале: 03-09-2010
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In this article the authors compare three different discourse analysis methodologies
in an attempt to find the most suitable one for sociological research purposes. The
methodologies compared are the text grammar approach developed by T.A. Van-Dijk,
the generative grammar model by Noam Chomsky, and the cognitive discourse model
by Olga T. Yokoyama. All approaches are analyzed with respect to the following questions:
1) What class of problems is the model intended for? 2) Is the model complete? 3)
How formalized is the model? 4) Can the model be tested by empirical data? 5) What is
the model value (i.e., explanatory value or descriptive value)? 6) What were the specific
studies (professional communities, in this case), based on this model? As the result of
the analysis the text grammar model by T.A. Van-Dijk is found to best suit sociological
research purposes, as it reveals the social embedment of discourse structures.
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