Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Misconstruing Field As Language

Martin (1992: 295):
The point of the network is simply to illustrate superordination from the point of view of a field specific taxonomy which would underlie statements like Cool is a kind of American improvised modern popular music performed in jazz clubs in New York and Los Angeles in the late 50's and early 60's.

Blogger Comments:

[1] This evinces that language (statements) describing social activities are the source of field networks.

[2] This misconstrues context (field) as lying under semantics (statements).

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