This volume in honour of Michael Halliday begins with a section on the background to the development of MAKas ideas. The second section groups papers on language development in early childhood, which has always been one of Hallidayas main interests. The focus of the third section is on aspects of synchronic and diachronic change in language. Halliday has always emphasised the dynamic interaction between these two perspectives in relation to language use in social contexts. The final section caters to Hallidayas interest in ethnographic, anthropological and educational issues and explore language use in a diversity of world contexts.Essays in honour of Michael Halliday Ross Steele, Terry Threadgold ... Paper given to the Psychological Association, Victoria, BC Catford, J .C. 1965. ... aThe Great Debate: Ten Years Later, with a Modest Proposal for Reading Stagesa. Theoryanbsp;...
|Author||:||Ross Steele, Terry Threadgold|
|Publisher||:||John Benjamins Publishing - 1987-01-01|