- Thinking, the cognitive processes of self-communication
- Talk, with an emphasis on everyday conversational behavior
- Text, including the study of reading and writing
Within these areas, Forrester introduces a wide range of subjects, from language structure, semantics, and deixis to conversation, power relations in language, interpretation, and postmodern psychology.
Thorough and informative, Psychology of Language provides students of linguistics, sociolinguistics, rhetoric, and social psychology with a critical overview that integrates diverse themes.
|The Concept of Meaning|
|The Interface between Language and Social Interaction|
|Discourse Analysis and Social Psychology|