This volume focuses on the study of biomedical discussion session. It is part of a series of works which seek to provide a forum for the cross-fertilization of ideas from diverse disciplines that share a mutual interest in discourse - be it construction, computer simulation of natural language, spoken versus written discourse, or other related topics. A variety of approaches to the study of discourse are represented, including: sociolinguistics; psycholinguistics; ethnomethodology and the study of language; educational pyschology; and computational linguistics.The essay, then, has traditionally been characterized by the presence of a thesis statement CNS), which, in FSP terms, gives both theme and rheme. ... discipline- wide failure to study the ThS with the diligence expended on the paragraph and the topic sentence: (1) tacit, unquestioned ... Given the signal inability of Braddock (1974) to proceed using a comprehensive definition of the topic sentence, it is notanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Biomedical Discussion Section in Context|
|Author||:||Betty Lou Dubois|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1997-01-01|