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Part of the Springer International Handbooks of Education book series SIHE, volume 15 Abstract This chapter aims to extend our understanding of spoken discourse by first outlining some of the major features of spoken language, and by doing so, highlighting the differences between spoken and written language. It will then describe some of the major approaches to analyzing spoken language, beginning with the approach taken by Sinclair and Coulthard known as the Birmingham School and then moving to conversation analysis and to systemic-functional approaches. We also consider recent work on genre theory and how this has been underpinned by the development of spoken corpora. The chapter will then center on some of the principal debates in the study of spoken language. These include problems of transcription and the representation of context, prosody, etc. The debate also includes critical issues of ownership of a language such as English, where many spoken varieties both native and non-native are in daily use around the world. The chapter concludes with a consideration of the contribution technological advances are likely to make in the future.
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