Martin (1992: 557):
Martin (1992a) treats one aspect of interpersonal meaning at the level of genre as a kind of generic prosody (with high, median and low values) mapped onto a particulate structure of the kind reviewed in 220.127.116.11 above …
 Cf Martin (1992: 556):
The difficulty here lies in Labov's equation of interpersonal meaning (language) with Evaluation (genre) and his failure to distinguish clearly between particulate and prosodic perspectives on generic structure.
 Prosody and particulate are alternative modes of structural realisation. A prosody is not particulate; a particulate realisation is not prosodic. Anything "mapped onto" a particulate structure is, by definition, not prosodic.