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Infoling 5.36 (2021)
Título:Reframing Reformulation: A Theoretical-Experimental Approach
Subtítulo:Evidence from the Spanish Discourse marker "o sea"
Autor/a:Salameh Jiménez, Shima
Año de publicación:2021
Lugar de edición:Berlín
Editorial:Peter Lang
Descripción

Reformulation studies offer a recent debate on reformulation and its semasiological-onomasiological treatment. Some researchers argue for a clear distinction between reformulation and other functions such as conclusion or correction; others defend the existence of different subtypes of reformulation based on such other functions, which are expressed by the same group of discourse markers in different languages. Both approaches are valid although their arguments and theoretical basis are opposed. The book presents an Eye-Tracking proposal to complement this debate experimentally. Results support an onomasiological approach to reformulation since experimental boundaries for each function (paraphrase, reformulation, conclusion and correction) have been detected. 

Temática:Análisis del discurso, Lingüística románica, Pragmática, Psicolingüística, Semántica
Índice

Abstract

Figures

Introduction

Theoretical background

The novelty of the method: A necessary justification

Research objectives

 

Chapter 1

Reformulation and reformulation discourse markers: The form-function trap

1.1. Introduction

1.2. Discourse markers and polyfunctionality: A trigger of the form-function trap

1.2.1. Approaches to polyfunctionality

1.2.2. Reformulation markers

1.3. Reformulation studies and reformulation markers

1.3.1. First studies on reformulation

1.3.1.1. Gülich & Kotschi (1983a/b)

1.3.1.2. Roulet (1987)

1.3.2. Bridge studies

1.3.2.1. Charolles & Coltier (1986)

1.3.2.2. Murat & Cartier-Bresson (1987)

1.3.2.3. Gülich & Kotschi (1987)

1.3.3. Subsequent studies

1.3.3.1. Fuentes (1993)

1.3.3.2. Rossari (1990, 1994)

1.3.3.3. Gülich & Kotschi (1995)

1.3.3.4. Martín Zorraquino & Portolés (1999)

1.3.3.5. Noren (1999)

1.3.3.6. Del Saz (2003)

1.3.3.7. Murillo (2007)

1.3.3.8. Garcés (2006, 2008)

1.4. Summary

 

Chapter 2.

The form-function trap: A bridge between theory and experimentation

2.1. Introduction

2.2. The Pons-Murillo polemic (2013, 2016, 2017)

2.2.1. Exclusive approach to reformulation (Pons 2013, 2017)

2.2.2. Inclusive approach to reformulation (Murillo, 2016)

2.3. Comparing exclusive and inclusive approaches

2.3.1. Onomasiology vs. semasiology

2.3.2. Onomasiology vs. relevance theory and polyphony approaches to conclusion

2.3.3. Onomasiology vs. semasiology to approach correction

2.4. When reformulation meets experimental pragmatics: Advantages of a new approach

 

Chapter 3

Experimental pragmatics and eye-tracking methods: Theoretical and technical concepts

3.1. Introduction

3.2. Visual attention parameters in eye-tracking reading: Movements and duration

3.2.1. Eye movements

3.2.2. Time measurements

3.3. Technical skills: Eye-tracker system selection

3.4. Experimental design: Basic steps

 

Chapter 4

Reframing reformulation through eye-tracking experiments: Experiment design

4.2. Experimental hypotheses

4.2.1. Temporal hypotheses

4.2.2. Movement hypotheses

4.2.3. Experimental variables

4.3. Data compilation: Experiment design

4.3.1. Basic experiment conditions

4.3.2. Designing contexts

4.3.3. Designing sentences

4.4. Statistical methods: Classical statistics vs. new statistics

4.4.1. Introduction: From raw data to statistical results

4.4.2. Decision regression trees

4.4.3. Mixed linear regression models

 

Chapter 5

Measuring reformulation: A bridge between theory and experiments

5.1. Introduction

5.2. Validation tests and their organization

5.2.1. Visual description and eye-movement count

5.2.2. Decision regression trees

5.2.3. Linear mixed regression models

5.3. Paraphrase

5.3.1. Visual description and manual count

5.3.1.1. Fixation count (FC)

5.3.1.2. Progressive (PF) and regressive fixations (RF)

5.3.1.3. Regressions in and out of AOI

5.3.2. Decision trees and ocular movements

5.3.3. Mixed-models and paraphrase: Testing temporal measurements

5.4. Reformulation

5.4.1. Visual description and manual count

5.4.1.1. Fixation count (FC)

5.4.1.2. Progressive (PF) and regressive fixations (RF)

5.4.1.3. Regressions in and out of AOI

5.4.2. Decision trees and ocular movements

5.4.3. Mixed models and reformulation

5.5. Conclusion

5.5.1. Visual description and manual count

5.5.1.1. Fixation count (FC)

5.5.1.2. Progressive (PF) and regressive fixations (RF)

5.5.1.3. Regressions in and out of AOI

5.5.2. Decision trees and ocular movements

5.5.3. Mixed models and conclusion

5.6. Correction

5.6.1. Visual description and manual count

5.6.1.1. Fixation count (FC)

5.6.1.2. Progressive (PF) and regressive fixations (RF)

5.6.1.3. Regressions in and out of AOI

5.6.2. Decision trees and ocular movements

5.6.3. Mixed models and correction

5.7. Accepted/rejected hypotheses and research questions: Summary

 

Chapter 6

Conclusions

 

References

Appendix 1. Statistical report. Mixed-models.

Appendix 2. Statistical report. Comparison between mixed-models. Percentages

ColecciónSprache - Gesellschaft - Geschichte
Págs.:214
ISBN-13:9783631850398
Precio: 42,10 EUR      USD 50.95


Fecha de publicación en Infoling:19 de mayo de 2021
Remitente:
Shima Salameh Jiménez
<salamehuji.es>