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In the fields of pragmatics and semantics among others , relevance theory is the principle that the communication process involves not only encoding, transfer, and decoding of messages , but also numerous other elements, including inference and context. It is also called the principle of relevance. The foundation for relevance theory was established by cognitive scientists Dan Sperber and Deirdre Wilson in "Relevance: Communication and Cognition" ; revised Since then, Sperber and Wilson have expanded and deepened discussions of relevance theory in numerous books and articles.
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What Is Relevance Theory in Terms of Communication?
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Handbuch Pragmatik pp Cite as. Relevance theory is a cognitively-oriented pragmatic theory that aims at providing a psychologically realistic account of utterance interpretation. Originally developed by Dan Sperber and Deirdre Wilson , it has in the last few decades been one of the leading frameworks for pragmatics research. I then review some of the main applications of relevance theory linguistic underdetermination, the explicit-implicit distinction, lexical pragmatics and procedural meaning , and discuss some questions that are the focus of current research in these areas, both from within relevance theory and by advocates of alternative approaches such as semantic minimalism or indexicalism. Unable to display preview.
Sperber, D. and Wilson, D. Relevance: communication and cognition. 2nd edition. Oxford: Blackwell. pp. ISBN 0 4 (£ paperback).
Relevance: communication and cognition
Relevance theory, a cognitive pragmatics theory of human communication, was developed in the mids by Dan Sperber and Deirdre Wilson in their book, Relevance: Communication and Cognition , but their earlier publications also dealt with this theory, specifically comparing it to Grice's cooperative principle. Since then, it has become a highly influential theory in today's pragmatics and has been applied to many types of discourse and research areas within pragmatics. Keywords: pragmatics , human communication , cognition , Grice , intention , semantics , relevance. Francisco Yus teaches pragmatics at the University of Alicante, Spain. He has a Ph.
In the fields of pragmatics and semantics among others , relevance theory is the principle that the communication process involves not only encoding, transfer, and decoding of messages , but also numerous other elements, including inference and context. It is also called the principle of relevance.
Relevance : communication and cognition
Relevance theory is a framework for understanding utterance interpretation first proposed by Dan Sperber and Deirdre Wilson and used within cognitive linguistics and pragmatics. It was originally inspired by the work of H. Paul Grice and developed out of his ideas, but has since become a pragmatic framework in its own right. The seminal book, Relevance , was first published in and revised in The impact of their work is seen by the fact that Google Scholar lists over 21, citations of this book.
We outline the main assumptions of the current version of the theory and discuss some of its implications for pragmatics [ PDF version ]. In Horn, L. Oxford: Blackwell, In developing this claim, Grice laid the foundations for an inferential model of communication, an alternative to the classical code model. According to the code model, a communicator encodes her intended message into a signal, which is decoded by the audience using an identical copy of the code.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Levinson Published Sociology Journal of Linguistics. In this bold and highly controversial book, Sperber and Wilson attempt to shift the whole centre of gravity of pragmatic theory by locating it firmly in a general theory of cognition.
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