Sunday, 2 October 2016

Post Titles For Chapter 6 — Texture: Interleaving Discourse Semantics, Lexicogrammar And Phonology

The titles of the posts that evaluate chapter 6 provide a glimpse of some of its theoretical shortcomings.
  1. Misrepresenting Hasan And Confusing Strata And Metafunctions
  2. Misrepresenting Inconsistency As Consistency
  3. Misconstruing Collocation And Interstratal Relations
  4. Misconstruing Substitution–&–Ellipsis
  5. Misrepresenting Halliday & Hasan
  6. Misconstruing Stratification And Grammatical Metaphor
  7. Resorting To A Misconstrual of Stratification
  8. Misconstruing Cataphoric Reference
  9. Misconstruing Stratification
  10. Misconstruing Textual Grammar As "Redounding With" Interpersonal And Experiential Semantics
  11. Misrepresenting Halliday & Hasan And Confusing Metafunctions
  12. Misrepresenting Interstratal Realisation, Grammatical Metaphor & Register
  13. Misconstruing Strata And Metafunctions As Modules
  14. Misrepresenting Realisation And Preselection
  15. Misunderstanding Stratification
  16. Blurring The Distinction Between Realisation And Instantiation
  17. Misrepresenting Intrastratal Studies As Interstratal
  18. Misrepresenting Grammatical Metaphor
  19. Misrepresenting Halliday On The Stratification Of Content
  20. Misunderstanding The Principles Of Metafunction And Stratification
  21. Misunderstanding The Textual Metafunction And Misrepresenting Context As Register
  22. Misrepresenting Tenor As A 'Register Variable'
  23. Misrepresenting The Grammatical Realisation Of Discourse Semantic Ideation
  24. Misrepresenting The Grammatical Realisation Of Discourse Semantic Identification
  25. Misrepresenting The Grammatical Realisation Of Discourse Semantic Conjunction
  26. Ideational Metaphor And Mode
  27. Misconstruing Non-Structural Cohesion As Discourse Structure
  28. Misconstruing Types Of Language As More Abstract Than Language
  29. Misconstruing Contextual Systems And 'Text Forming Resources'
  30. Misrepresenting Grammatical Metaphor
  31. Taking A Monostratal Approach To Grammatical Metaphor
  32. Mistaking Ideational Metaphor For Metaphor
  33. Misrepresenting Ideational Metaphor
  34. Claiming That Location Circumstances Realise Relations Between Clauses
  35. Misrepresenting Ideational Metaphor As An Interaction Of Logical & Experiential Metaphors
  36. Reducing Expansion To Conjunctive Relations
  37. Misconstruing Ideational Metaphor
  38. Misrepresenting Internal Conjunctive Relations
  39. Misconstruing Experiential Manifestations Of Expansion As Logical Metaphor
  40. Under-Representing The Scope Of Ideational Metaphor
  41. Misconstruing Technical Terms As Grammatical Metaphors
  42. Reducing Ideational Metaphor To The Transcategorisation Of Elements
  43. Confusing Logogenesis With Text Analysis & Misrepresenting The Unpacking Of Metaphor
  44. Misrepresenting The Unpacking Of Metaphor
  45. Misconstruing Modal Adjuncts As Interpersonal Metaphor
  46. Misconstruing Congruent Obligation As Metaphorical Inclination
  47. Misconstruing Metaphors Of Mood
  48. Misrepresenting Metaphors Of Mood
  49. On The Ineffability Of Interpersonal Texturing
  50. Misrepresenting (The Unpacking Of) Interpersonal Metaphor
  51. Confusing Metalanguage And Language
  52. Misunderstanding (The Unpacking Of) Interpersonal Metaphor
  53. Problems With The Argument For "Textual" Metaphor
  54. The Confused Notion Of "Logically Oriented Textual Metaphor"
  55. The Confused Notion Of "Interpersonally Oriented Textual Metaphor"
  56. Misunderstanding The Trinocular Perspective And Misconstruing Context As Register
  57. Confusing Text Type With Text Structure And Misrepresenting Hasan's Work On Cohesive Harmony
  58. Misrepresenting Hasan's Work On Cohesion
  59. “One Apparently Unresolved Problem With Hasan's Technique”
  60. Misconstruing Enhancement As Elaboration And Misidentifying Metaphor
  61. The Problem Of Overlapping Lexical Strings And Reference Chains
  62. Misrepresenting Hasan's Cohesive Harmony
  63. Presenting Misunderstandings Of Hasan's Cohesive Harmony As Deficiencies In The Model
  64. Misrepresenting Hasan's Work On Coherence As Formalist
  65. Misrepresenting Information Structure
  66. The Origin Of 'Method Of Development': Peter Fries
  67. Misconstruing Marked Topical Theme
  68. Adjusting The Data To Fit The Theory
  69. Misunderstanding Internal Conjunction
  70. Problems With The Argument For Hyper-Theme
  71. Misconstruing A Graphological Unit As Semantic
  72. Intuiting Others' Assessments of Coherence
  73. Falsifying Data: Misrepresenting An Interview Transcript As A Writing Exercise
  74. Questions “Predicting” Answers
  75. Locating Graphological Units 'Above' A Grammatical Unit
  76. Confusing Writing Pedagogy With Linguistic Theory
  77. Misrepresenting Halliday On 'Theme'
  78. Assigning A Text To The Wrong “Genre” (Register)
  79. A False Conclusion Invalidly Argued From False Premises
  80. Misconstruing Theme Selection As An Interpersonal Resource
  81. Misconstruing Stratification, Metafunction And Metaphor
  82. Confusing The Textual And Interpersonal Metafunctions
  83. Misrepresenting Phonology
  84. Misrepresenting Textual Analysis
  85. Misinterpreting Theme And New
  86. Failing To Model (Or Notice) The Interplay Of New And (Marked) Theme
  87. Not Accounting For A Distinctive Mode Of Development
  88. Misrepresenting New Information
  89. Problems With The Complementarity Of Hyper-Theme & Hyper-New
  90. Misidentifying New Information
  91. When New Information Isn't — But Repeated Information Is
  92. Confusing Textual Phase With Textual Status
  93. Confusing Writing Pedagogy With Linguistic Theory
  94. Presenting Prescription As Theoretical Description
  95. When An Abstract Is A Summary And A Summary Is An Introduction
  96. Misconstruing A Grammatical Reference Item As An Accumulation Of New Information
  97. Not Understanding Interstratal Realisation
  98. Misconstruing Modal Responsibility (Semiotic Order) As Social Responsibility (Material Order)
  99. Misconstruing Subject And Theme
  100. Confusing Metafunctions And Axes
  101. Misconstruing Modal Responsibility In Terms Of Exchange Resolution
  102. Confusing Subject With Validity
  103. Misunderstanding The Metafunctions
  104. Blurring Metafunctions
  105. Misconstruing Semiotic Validity As Social Success
  106. Confusing Metafunctions, Misunderstanding Modal Responsibility And Misinterpreting Data
  107. The Argument That "Verbal Processes Are Fundamentally Metaphorical In Nature"
  108. Using Embedding To Argue About Hypotaxis
  109. Misconstruing Modal Responsibility As Speaker At Risk
  110. Using A Middle Clause To Illustrate Agency
  111. Misconstruing Strata As Modules
  112. A Short Summary Of Some Of The Misunderstandings Of Chapter 6
  113. Misrepresenting Cohesive Harmony
  114. Rhapsodising On Method Of Development
  115. Rhapsodising On Point
  116. Rhapsodising On The Complementarity Of Method Of Development And Point
  117. Rhapsodising On Modal Responsibility
  118. Using Allegory To Misrepresent The Rôle Of Mood And Residue In Modal Responsibility
  119. Rhapsodising On Grammatical Metaphor
  120. Misrepresenting Grammatical Metaphor
  121. Using Metaphor To Misrepresent Grammatical Metaphor
  122. Under-Acknowledging A Significant Intellectual Source

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