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Linking Discourse Studies to Professional Practice

Linking Discourse Studies to Professional Practice

This book examines how discourse analysts could best disseminate their research findings in real world settings. Each chapter presents a study of spoken or written discourse with authors putting forward a plan for how to engage professional practice in their work, using this volume's Framework for Application.

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Bhatia, V. (2004) Worlds of Written Discourse: A Genre-based View. London: Continuum. Bhatia, V. (2008) Genre analysis, ESP and professional practice. English for Specific Purposes 27, 161–174. Bhatia, V. (2010) Interdiscursivity in ...

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