Dan McIntyre

List of John Benjamins publications for which Dan McIntyre plays a role.


Subjects Cognition and language | Theoretical linguistics


Gold, Erica and Dan McIntyre 2019 Chapter 4. What the /fʌk/? An acoustic-pragmatic analysis of implicated meaning in a scene from The WirePragmatics and Literature, Chapman, Siobhan and Billy Clark (eds.), pp. 73–91 | Chapter
Ho, Yufang, Jane Lugea, Dan McIntyre, Jing Wang and Zhijie Xu 2018 Projecting (un)certainty: A text-world analysis of three statements from the Meredith Kercher murder caseEnglish Text Construction 11:2, pp. 286–317 | Article
This article uses Text World Theory (Werth 1999; Gavins 2007) in conjunction with VUE (Visual Understanding Environment) concept mapping software to analyze three statements from the trial of Amanda Knox, who was charged (along with her boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito) with the murder of Meredith… read more
McIntyre, Dan 2018 Chapter 5. Irony and semantic prosody revisitedThe Pragmatics of Irony and Banter, Jobert, Manuel and Sandrine Sorlin (eds.), pp. 1–19 | Chapter
This chapter explore Louw’s (1993) claim that from conventionalised semantic prosodies can be indicative of irony. Taking account of criticisms of the concept of semantic prosody, I analyse a short extract from a sketch from the 1960 satirical revue Beyond the Fringe. I argue that the in the… read more
Bousfield, Derek and Dan McIntyre 2011 Chapter 6. Emotion and empathy in Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas: A case study of the “funny guy” sceneTelecinematic Discourse: Approaches to the language of films and television series, Piazza, Roberta, Monika Bednarek and Fabio Rossi (eds.), pp. 105–123 | Article
This chapter examines how the emotion fear is generated through the linguistic, paralinguistic and kinesic actions of multiple characters in the “funny guy” scene from Martin Scorsese’s 1990 film Goodfellas. The scene in question takes place in The Bamboo Lounge restaurant-bar and features Tommy, a… read more
Mahlberg, Michaela and Dan McIntyre 2011 A case for corpus stylistics: Ian Fleming’s Casino RoyaleEnglish Text Construction 4:2, pp. 204–227 | Article
In this article we investigate keywords and key semantic domains in Fleming’s Casino Royale. We identify groups of keywords that describe elements of the fictional world such as characters and settings as well as thematic signals. The keyword groups fall into two broad categories that are… read more
In this article we report on a pilot project investigating the presentation of speech, writing and thought in Early Modern English prose fiction and news writing. The aim of the project is to determine whether discourse presentation changes diachronically and what the function of the various… read more