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’Speaking’ quotation marks : toward a multimodal analysis of quoting verbatim in English 2018 book

’Speaking’ quotation marks : toward a multimodal analysis of quoting verbatim in English

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’Speaking’ quotation marks : toward a multimodal analysis of quoting verbatim in English

ISBN : 9783631747735, 363174773X 
publisher: Peter Lang 
publish year: 2018 
pages: 395 
language: English 
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Part I: Theoretical Foundations
1 Quoting Verbatim in Public Speech
2 Grounding Quotations
2.1 'Received' Regards on Quotations in Writing
2.2 Zeroing in: Quoting in Speech
3 Framing Quotations
3.1 The Data Base and Principles of its Selection
3.2 Reconstructing the Causal Dynamics of Quoting
3.2.1 General Attention, Force Dynamics, and Gradience
3.2.2 Trigger, Target, and Concomitant
3.3 Advancing beyond the Verbal Repertoire
3.3.1 The Vocal Dimension
3.3.2 The Kinesic Dimension
3.4 Principles and Parameters of a Multimodal Analysis
Part II: The Case Studies 4 Verbalizing Quotation Marks: Quote and its Variants4.1 Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Dianne Feinstein's Report
4.2 Do Quotation Marks Really Matter?
4.3 An Academic Talk: Cognitive Psychologist Steven Pinker on Free Speech
4.4 Political Speeches: Barack Obama Announcing Another Voice
4.5 The 'Political' Noam Chomsky: Diversities in Quoting Verbatim
5 Quotation Marks across Media and Modalities
5.1 Quotation Marks in a Slide Show: Steven Pinker
5.2 A Quotation's Medial History: A Basketball Score
5.3 'Doing' Quotation Marks: John McCain, Steven Pinker, and Hillary Clinton 6 Versatile Say: From Reporting to Animating Another Voice6.1 The Canonical Model in a Political Context: Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, and Michelle Obama
6.2 'Launching' Another Voice: Hillary Clinton
6.3 Re-enacting Voices: Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton, and Oprah Winfrey
7 … and Back Again: Growing up --
Be Like in Interviews
7.1 Miley Cyrus on The Tonight Show
7.2 Serena Williams at Two U.S. Open Press Conferences
7.3 Jake Clemons' Testimony
7.4 Hillary Clinton --
A Political Statement
8 Suppressing the Other Voice
8.1 Franklin D. Roosevelt's Second and Third Inaugurals 8.2 John F. Kennedy's Inaugural8.3 Michelle Obama --
A Recent Example
9 The Prevailing Hegemony of the Verbal Domain

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