Reported speech in journalistic discourse: The relation of function and text

  title={Reported speech in journalistic discourse: The relation of function and text},
  author={Linda R. Waugh},
  journal={Text \& Talk},
  pages={129 - 173}
Les types generaux de discours (genres) etablissent un cadre qui determine la nature fonctionnelle des categories utilisees dans ce cadre. L'A. illustre cela en analysant le discours rapporte dans des textes journalistiques. La principale division du discours rapporte das le texte journalistique est: discours direct vs. discours indirect. Leurs differentes interpretations sont analysees. Le troisieme type de discours rencontre dans ce type de texte est le style indirect libre 
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