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|Statement||By Rev. G. Seixas.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 34524.|
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The books below approach discourse from a purely (socio)linguistic angel. Critical discourse analysis (CDA) is another huge field of study but is nevertheless an important part of discourse analysis and that’s why we included two seminal works in this area both of which are authored by Norman Fairclough. Composed in by the fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Shmuel Schneerson, the discourse explores a number of theological motifs central to Chabad Chasidism. Now, as part of the widely acclaimed Chasidic Heritage series, it will be published in lucid, close translation by Rabbi Yosef Marcus, with extensive annotations, footnotes and commentary. Short list of books on Critical Discourse Studies NB. The purpose of this list is to recommend “first readings” to students and scholars interested in critical discourse studies (CDS, usually called ‘Critical Discourse Analysis,’ CDA). Included are only general and introductory books .