Yıl 2020, Cilt 31 , Sayı 2, Sayfalar 313 - 322 2020-12-30

Kitap Tanıtımı: Discourse Meaning: The view from Turkish. 2020. Zeyrek, D., and Özge U. (Eds.). De Gruyter Mouton. 284 pages. ISBN 978-3-11-067892-5
Book Review Discourse Meaning: The view from Turkish. 2020. Zeyrek, D., and Özge U. (Eds.). De Gruyter Mouton. 284 pages. ISBN 978-3-11-067892-5

Gülsüm ATASOY [1]


This is a book review of the Book Review Discourse Meaning: The view from Turkish. 2020. Zeyrek, D., and Özge U. (Eds.). De Gruyter Mouton. 284 pages. ISBN 978-3-11-067892-5, which includes two parts, 1) the overview of the book; 2) the evaluation of the book. These are followed by the references. This volume, “Discourse meaning from the view of Turkish” edited by Zeyrek and Özge, contributes to the field by providing various topics, perspectives and methodologies. The volume is not only an invaluable reference for researchers, instructors, graduate students, that is, principally for those interested in discourse analysis and those who would like to investigate further into these issues, but also an illuminating source in the field of discourse analysis, its teaching, and the use of corpora in discourse studies.
This is a book review of the Book Review Discourse Meaning: The view from Turkish. 2020. Zeyrek, D., and Özge U. (Eds.). De Gruyter Mouton. 284 pages. ISBN 978-3-11-067892-5, which includes two parts, 1) the overview of the book; 2) the evaluation of the book. These are followed by the references. This volume, “Discourse meaning from the view of Turkish” edited by Zeyrek and Özge, contributes to the field by providing various topics, perspectives and methodologies. The volume is not only an invaluable reference for researchers, instructors, graduate students, that is, principally for those interested in discourse analysis and those who would like to investigate further into these issues, but also an illuminating source in the field of discourse analysis, its teaching, and the use of corpora in discourse studies.
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Orcid: 0000-0002-5931-4499
Yazar: Gülsüm ATASOY (Sorumlu Yazar)
Kurum: MERSİN ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Ülke: Turkey


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Yayımlanma Tarihi : 30 Aralık 2020

APA Atasoy, G . (2020). Book Review Discourse Meaning: The view from Turkish. 2020. Zeyrek, D., and Özge U. (Eds.). De Gruyter Mouton. 284 pages. ISBN 978-3-11-067892-5 . Dilbilim Araştırmaları Dergisi , 31 (2) , 313-322 . DOI: 10.18492/dad.825015