If you want some more contrast between User Journeys & Task Analysis why not relate them to non-functional and functional requirements.
Non-functional being the more general, high level scenario encountered in users daily lives, beyond the web.
and in contrast...
Functional, more granular, being that which defines specific behavior or functions carried out by a user on the web app.
You might have read this already, if not a good place to start: User Journeys on Boxes and Arrows:
Pioneering web designer and artist Auriea Harvey (zentropy8) describes web design as “thought patterns, processes, paths.” User journeys tap directly into this model, reflecting the thoughts, considerations, and experiences that people go through in their daily lives, beyond the web.
Also, a resource about non-functional thinking, you might find useful.