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Anne Marie Bulow-Moller analyzes the choice of theme by native and nonnative speakers of Danish and English in a small corpus of recorded business negotiations.
In contrast to the previous article, in which theme is understood as 'given', theme here is the first element in a sentence, in accordance with Halliday's well-known model. AU themes in the corpus are classified by means of a detailed grid, and significant differences between Danish and American speakers, and between native and nonnative speakers, are noted and commented upon. This article should be read as an exercise in contrastive discourse analysis, with the choice of theme by speakers as a research variable.
It shows how lack of appropriate linguistic strategies and different cultural norms add up to put nonnative negotiators at a disadvantage in intercultural encounters. Henning Nolke 1 08 tries to lay a foundation for a theory of focus within information structure.
He introduces some new arguments and notions into the discussion. Focus analysis 'should be made at the utterance level and should notbe part ofthe structural description of the sentence' N0lke makes a distinction between three aspects of the notion of focus: He also distinguishes different kinds of focus, such as neutral and specialized.
He argues for a multilevel approach to problems of information structure, characterizing the latter as a 'cocktail' f rather than a dichotomous givennew configuration.
Although it does not become entirely clear what the ingredients of the cocktail are and what determines their use, N0lke Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
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