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Bibliografía general

Brown G. y Yule G. (1983). Discourse Analysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.  

Eggins S. (2002). Introducción a la Lingüística Sistémica (Trad. de F. Alcántara). Logroño: Universidad de la Rioja, Servicio de Publicaciones. (Trabajo original publicado en 1994).  

Firth J.R. (1957). “Ethnographic analysis and language with reference to Malinowski’s views”, en Firth J.R. (ed.) Man and Culture: an Evaluation of the Work of Branislaw Malinowski. London, 93-118. Reimpreso en F.R. Palmer (ed.), Selected Papers of J.R. Firth, 1952-1959. London: Longman, 1968. 137-67.

Ghio E. y M. D. Fernández (2005). Manual de lingüística sistémico funcional. Santa Fé, Argentina: Universidad Nacional del Litoral.

Halliday M.A.K. (1994). An Introduction to Functional Grammar, 2a edition. London: Edward Arnold.

Halliday, M.A.K. y C.M.I.M. Matthiessen (2004). An Introduction to Functional Grammar, 3a edición, London: Edward Arnold.

Lock, G. (1996). Functional English Grammar. An introduction for second language teachers. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1-21.  

Malinowski B. (1923). “The problem of meaning in primitive languages”, en I. Ogden y I.A. Richards (eds.) The Meaning of Meaning. New York: Harcourt B.W. 296-336.

Martin, J.R. (1992). English Text: System and Structure. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Matthiessen, C.M.I.M. (2004). “Descriptive motifs and generalizations”, en A. Caffarel, J.R. Martin y C.M.I.M Matthiessen (Eds.), Language Typology. A functional perspective. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. 537-655.  

Montemayor-Borsinger A. y N. Ignatieva (2005). “Marcas de Dialogo Institucional Desde una Perspectiva Sistémica-Funcional”, en Granato, L. (ed.) Actas del II Coloquio de la Asociación Internacional de Análisis del Discurso. El diálogo; estudios e investigaciones. La Plata, Argentina. CD-ROM.  

Poynton, C. (1989). Language and Gender: Making the Difference. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Thompson G. (1996/2004). Introducing Functional Grammar. Edward Arnolds, London. 

Lenguaje académico

Colombi, C. (2002). “Academic Language Development in Latino Students’ Writing in Spanish”, en Colombi, C. y M.J. Schleppegrell (Eds), Developing Advanced Literacy in First and Second Language. Meaning with Power. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 67-86.

Colombi, C. (2003). “Un enfoque funcional para la enseñanza del ensayo expositivo”, en A. Roca y C. Colombi (Eds.), Mi lengua. Spanish as an Heritage Language in the United States. Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press. 78-95.

Colombi, C. (2006). “Grammatical Metaphor: Academic Language Development in Latino Students in Spanish”, en H. Byrnes (ed.), Advanced Language Learning: The Contribution of Halliday and Vygotsky. London: Continuum.

Colombi, C. y M.J. Schleppegrell (2002). “Theory and Practice in the Development of Advanced Literacy”, en Colombi, C. y M.J. Schleppegrell (Eds), Developing Advanced Literacy in First and Second Language. Meaning with Power. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 1-19.

Colombi M.C. Pellettieri, J. y Rodríguez, M. I. (2007). Palabra Abierta. Boston, New York: Houghton Mifflin Company. 

Halliday M.A.K. (1996). “Literacy and linguistics: a functional perspective”, en Hasan, R., y G. Williams (Eds), Literacy in Society. Harlow, Essex: Addison Wesley Longman.

Halliday M.A.K. y J.R. Martin. (1993). Writing Science: Literacy and Discursive Power. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.

Ignatieva, N.  (en prensa). “A systemic functional analysis of college students’ literature essays in Spanish”, en Language and communication. Odense: University of Southern Denmark.

Ignatieva, N. (en prensa). “Descripción sistémico funcional de la escritura académica estudiantil en español”, en Núcleo. Caracas: Universidad Central de Caracas.

Prozorova, L. A. (1997). “If not given then what? Things that come first in academic discourse”, en A. Duszak (ed.), Culture and styles of academic discourse. New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 305-322.

Ravelli L. y R. A. Ellis (eds.) (2004). Analysing Academic Writing. Contextualized Framework. London: Continuum.

Género

Bakhtin, M.M. (1986). “The problem of speech genres”, en M.M. Bakhtin, Speech Genres and other Late Essays (trad. V. McGee). Austin: Texas.

Christie, F., & Martin, J. R. (1997). Genre and institutions: Social processes in the workplace and school. London: Cassell.

Davies F. (1997). “Marked Theme as a Heuristic for Analysing Text-Type, Text and Genre”, en Pique J. y Viera D.J. (eds.) Applied Linguistics: Theory and Practice in ESP. Valencia: Valencia University Press.  

Eggins S. y J. R. Martin. (1997). “Genres and Registers of Discourse”, en van Dijk, T.A. (ed) Discourse as Structures and Process. Discourse Studies: a multidisciplinary Introduction, Vol. 7. London: SAGE Publication, 231-256.

Ignatieva, N. (2008). “Question-answer as a genre in students’ academic writing in Spanish”, en: C. Wu, C. Matthiessen y M. Herke (eds.) Proceedings of ISFC 35: Voices Around the World. Sydney, Australia: Macquarie University.

Martin J.R. (1993). “Genre and literacy: modeling context in education linguistics”, en Review of Applied Linguistics, 13: 141-72. 

Martin, J.R. y D. Rose (en prensa). Genre Relations. Mapping Culture. London: Equinox.

Martin James R. (1984). “Language, Register and Genre”, en F. Christie (ed.) Children Writing: A Reader. Geelong, Vic.: Deakin Univeristy Press. 21-9.

Registro

Ghadessy M. (1988). Registers of Written English: Situational Factors and Linguistics Features. London: Pinter.  

Halliday M.A.K. (1998). “Things and Relations: Regrammaticising Experience as Technical Knowledge”, en J.R. Martin and R. Veel (eds.) Reading Science: Critical and Functional Perspectives on Discourses of Science. London/ New York: Routledge. 185-237.

Hewings A. (2004). “Developing discipline-specific writing: an analysis of undergraduate geography essays”, en Luise J. Ravelli y Robert A. Ellis (eds.), Analysing Academic Writing: Contextualized Frameworks. London: Continuum. 131-152. 

Martin, J.R. (1993). “Technicality and Abstraction: Language for the Creation of Specialized Texts”, en Halliday M.A.K. y J.R. Martin (Eds.), Writing Science: Literacy and Discursive Power. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. 203-220. 

Martin, J.R. (1993). “Life as a Noun: Arresting the Universe in Science and Humanities”, en Halliday M.A.K. y J.R. Martin (Eds.), Writing Science: Literacy and Discursive Power. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. 

Martin J.R. y Veel, R. (Eds.). (1998). Reading science: Critical and functional perspectives on discourses of science. London: Routledge.

Stubbs, Michael (2004). “Human and Inhuman Geography: A Comparative Analysis of Two Long Texts and a Corpus”, en Coffin, C. Hewings, A. y O’Halloran, K. (Eds.) Applying English Grammar. Functional and Corpus Approaches. London: Arnold. 247-274.

Wignell, P., J.R. Martin and S. Eggins (1993). “The Discourse of Geography: Ordering and Explaining the Experiential World”, en Halliday M.A.K. y J.R. Martin (Eds.), Writing Science: Literacy and Discursive Power. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. 136-165. 

Wignell, P. (1998). “Technicality and abstraction in social science”, en Martin J.R. y Veel, R. (Eds.), Reading science: Critical and functional perspectives on discourses of science. London: Routledge. 297-32.

Organización del discurso

Alonso, I. (1997). “Estrategias textuales y su realización temática en español: un estudio de corpus”, en Revista Española de Lingüística Aplicada, (RESLA), No. 12. 55-74.

Alonso, I. y A. McCabe (1998). “Theme-Rheme patterns in L2 writing”, en Didáctica (Lengua y Literatura), Facultad de Educación, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, No. 10. 13-31. 

Berry, M. (1996). “What is Theme? -- A(nother) Personal View”, en M. Berry, C. Butler, R. Fawcett y G. Huang (Eds.) Meaning and Form: Systemic Functional Interpretations. Norwood, New Jersey: Ablex Publishing Company: 1-64.

Daneš F. (1974). “Functional Sentence Perspectives and the organization of the text”, en Danes F. (ed.) Papers on Functional Sentence Perspective. Prague: Academia, 106-128.

Dowing A. (1991) “An alternative approach to theme: A systemic-functional perspective”, en Word, No. 42. 119-143.

Filice, Eleonora (2006). “La estructura temática en dos textos con diferentes propόsitos retόricos”. Trabajo presentado en el XXXIII Congreso Internacional de Lingüística Sistémico-Funcional. Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP), Brasil.  

Filice, E. (2007). “El tema en español y su papel en el desarrollo del lenguaje académico a nivel universitario: un estudio preliminar de dos ensayos de geografía”. Trabajo presentado en el III Congreso de las Asociación de Lingüística Sistémico-Funcional de América Latina (ALSFAL). Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, México.

Fries, P.H. (2002). “The Flow of Information in a Written English Text”, en P.H. Fries y M. Cummings (Eds.), Relations and Functions Within and Around Language. London/New York: Continuum. 117-155.

Fries Peter H. (1983). “On the Status of theme in English: Arguments for Discourse”, en Petofi J.S. y Sozer E. Micro and Marco Connexity of Texts. Papers in Text Linguistics. Helmut Burk. 

Fries, Peter H. (1995). “Themes, Methods of Development, and Texts”, en R. Hasan & P.H. Fries (Eds). On Subject and Theme. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company. 317-359.

Ghadessy M., y Gao, Y. (2000). “Thematic organization in parallel texts: Same and different methods of development”, en Text, No. 20(4). 461-488.

Givón T. (ed.) (1983). Topic Continuity in Discourse: A Quantitative Cross-Language Study. Amserdam: John Benjamins. 

Gómez-Gonzáles, M. (2001). “Some reflections on Systemic Functional Grammar: With a focus on Theme”, en Word, 52(1). 1-28.

Gouveia, C. A. M. y L. Barbara (2004). <http://www.iltec.pt/eng/handler.php?action=artigos&book=116> Marked or unmarked that is NOT the question, the question is: Where’s the theme?”, en Heberle y Meurer (eds.), Systemic Functional Linguistics in Action, A Journal of English Language, Literatures in English and Cultural Studies, No. 46.

Halliday, M.A.K. (1967a). “Notes on transitivity and Theme in English. Part 1”, en Journal of Linguistics, No. 3.1: 37-81.

Halliday, M.A.K. (1967b) “Notes on transitivity and Theme in English. Part 2”, en Journal of Linguistics, No. 3.2: 199-244.

Hasan, R. y P.H. Fries (1995). On Subject and Theme. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company. 

Hasan, R. y P.H. Fries (1995). “Reflections on Subject and Theme: An introduction”, en Hasan, R. y P.H. Fries (Eds.), On Subject and Theme. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company. xiii-xlv.

Hatcher, A.G. (1956). “Theme and underlying questions. Two studies in Spanish word order”, en Word, No. 12.3. 2-43.

Ignatieva, N. (2005). “Processing theme and rheme in Russian as L2”, en: Actas de  la Primera Conferencia Latinoamericana de la Lingüística Sistémica Funcional: La lengua y la educación. CD-ROM. Mendoza, Argentina: Universidad de Cuyo.

Kong, Kenneth C.C. (2004). “Marked Themes and thematic patterns in abstracts, advertisements and administrative documents”, en Word, 55(3). 343-362.

Lavid J. (1994). “Thematic Development in Texts”, en Deliverable R1.2.1. DANDELION Project, ESPRIT Basic Research Project 6665. 

McCabe, A. (1999). Theme And Thematic Patterns in Spanish and English History Texts. Tesis de Doctorado, Birmingham: Aston University.

Montemayor-Borsinger A. (2003). “A comparison of Thematic options in novice and expert research writing”, en Estudios de Lingüística Aplicada. No. 37. 37-51.

Montemayor-Borsinger A. (2005). “Una perspectiva sistémico-funcional de texto en interacción: las funciones de sujeto y tema”, en RASAL Lingüística, No. 1. 25-35.

Montemayor-Borsinger A. (2007). “El análisis de la organización del discurso literario en español. Una propuesta desde la lingüística Sistémico Funcional”, en Co-herencia, 7(4), 133-153. 

North S. (2005). “Disciplinary Variation in the Use of Theme in Undergraduate Essays” en Applied Linguistics, 26/3. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 431-452.

Ryshina-Pankova, M.V. (2006). “Creating textual worlds in advanced learner writing: the role of complex theme”, en H. Byrnes (Ed.), Advanced Language Learning: The Contribution of Halliday and Vygotsky. London: Continuum. 164-183.

Taboada, Maite (1995). Theme markedness in English and Spanish: A Systemic-Functional Approach. Madrid: Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Recuperado en  <http://www.sfu.ca/~mtaboada/research/pubs.html> (Fecha de consulta: diciembre 2006).

Semiótica / Lengua y sociedad

Halliday M.A.K. (1987). Language as Social Semiotic: the social interpretation of language and meaning. London: Edward Arnold.

Halliday M.A.K. (1997). “Language in a Social Perspective”, en Coupland N. and A. Jaworsky (eds.), Sociolinguistics: A Reader and Course book, New York: St Martin's Press, 31-38.

Halliday M.A.K., R. Hasan (1985) Language Context and Text: a social semiotic perspective. Geelong Vic.: Deakin University Press.   

Halliday M.A.K., R. Hasan (1989). Language, Context and Text: aspects of language in a social semiotic perspective. Oxford: O.U.P. 

Halliday, M. A. K. y Matthiessen, C. M. I. M. (1999) Construing Experience Through Meaning. London: Cassell.

Desarrollo o adquisición de segunda lengua o lengua extranjera

Hasan R. y G. Perrett. (1994). “Learning to function with the other tongue: A systemic functional perspective on second language teaching”, en T. Odlin (ed.), Perspectives on Pedagogical Grammar. Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 179-226.

Ignatieva, N. (2005). “Adquisición de segundas lenguas: problemas y perspectivas”. En: Antología del  XVII Foro de Especialistas Universitarios en Lenguas Extranjeras. Toluca: Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, 13-29.

Ignatieva, N. (en prensa). “Enfoques teóricos en el orden de palabras y la adquisición de segundas lenguas”, en Orden de palabras, gramática universal y adquisición de segundas lenguas. México: UNAM.

Perret G. (2000). “Researching second and foreign language development” en, Unsworth L. (ed), Researching language in Schools and Communities. Functional Linguistics perspectives. London: Cassell, 87-110.

Steiner E. (1997). Systemic Functional Linguistics and its Application to Foreign Language Teaching. En Estudios de Lingüística Aplicada, 26, 15-27.

Gramática y sintaxis

D’Aquino, Ruiz (2004). “Haber impersonal en el habla de Caracas. Análisis sociolingüístico, en Boletín de Lingüística, Universidad Central de Venezuela, No. 21. 3-26.

De Miguel E. y O. Fernández Soriano (1988). “Proceso-acción y ergatividad: las construcciones impersonales en castellano”, en Actas del 111 Congreso de Lenguajes Naturales y Lenguajes Formales (ed. C. Martín Vide), Universidad de Barcelona. 643-651.

Greenberg, Joseph H. (1966). “Some Universals of Grammar with Particular Reference to the Order of Meaningful Elements”, en J.H. Greenberg. (ed.), Universals of Language. Cambridge, Massachusets, and London, England: MIT Press. 73-113.

Ignatieva, N. y S. Majmutova (2004). “Syntactic barriers in the comprehension of a simple sentence: an experimental study in Russian as L2”. In:  J. Drevillon; J. Vivier & A. Salinas (eds.) Psycholinguistics, a multidisciplinary science: What implications? What applications?. Proceedings of the VIth International Congress of the International Society of Applied Psycholinguistics. Paris, Francia: Europia.

Padilla Garcia, X.A. (2001). El orden de palabras en el español coloquial. Tesis de Doctorado. Valencia: Universidad de Valencia.    

Perlmutter, (1978). “Impersonal passive and the unaccusative hypotesis”, en Proceeding on the fourth annual meeting of the Berkeley linguistics society, 4. University of California, Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistics Society.