HALLIDAY METAFUNCTIONS PDF

Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Three meta-functions of language are identified by M. Halliday in Systemic Functional Linguistics, i. Each of the three metafunctions is about a different aspect of the world.

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Each of the three metafunctions is about a different aspect of the world. The ideational metafunction is about the natural world in the broadest sense, including our own consciousness. The interpersonal metafunction is about the social world, especially the relationship between speaker and hearer. Save to Library. Create Alert. Launch Research Feed.

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Halliday developed a theory of the fundamental functions of language, in which he analysed lexicogrammar into three broad metafunctions: ideational, interpersonal and textual. Each of the three metafunctions is about a different aspect of the world, and is concerned with a different mode of meaning of clauses. The ideational metafunction is about the natural world in the broadest sense, including our own consciousness, and is concerned with clauses as representations. The interpersonal metafunction is about the social world, especially the relationship between speaker and hearer, and is concerned with clauses as exchanges. The textual metafunction is about the verbal world, especially the flow of information in a text, and is concerned with clauses as messages. In each metafunction an analysis of a clause gives a different kind of structure composed from a different set of elements. In the ideational metafunction, a clause is analysed into Process, Participants and Circumstances , with different participant types for different process types as in Case Grammar.

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Metafunctions

The term metafunction originates in systemic functional linguistics and is considered to be a property of all languages. Systemic functional linguistics is functional and semantic rather than formal and syntactic in its orientation. As a functional linguistic theory, it claims that both the emergence of grammar and the particular forms that grammars take should be explained "in terms of the functions that language evolved to serve". Michael Halliday , the founder of systemic functional linguistics, calls these three functions the ideational , interpersonal , and textual. The ideational function is further divided into the experiential and logical. Metafunctions are systemic clusters ; that is, they are groups of semantic systems that make meanings of a related kind.

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