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- Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
- Gotti, Maurizio (ed.), Sancho Guinda, Carmen (ed.)
- 222 x 152 x 31 mm
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"The contents of this volume are aimed at a wide readership, both professional and academic. They provide food for thought on important research areas which are not usually covered by other essay collections. From the pedagogical point of view, the different approaches to the interactivity between academic and professional genres offered in this volume also add additional material for teaching and learning practices. [...] Thus, we fully recommend this collection of essays since it deepens into areas often ignored in today's research." (Carmen Pique-Noguera, Iberica 28, 2014)
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Maurizio Gotti is Professor of English Language and Translation, Head of the Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Communication, and Director of the Research Centre on Specialised Languages (CERLIS) at the University of Bergamo. His main research areas are the features and origins of specialised discourse. Carmen Sancho Guinda is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Applied Linguistics at the Polytechnic University of Madrid, where she teaches EAP, ESP and in-service seminars for engineering teachers undertaking English-medium instruction. Her research focus is the interdisciplinary analysis of academic and professional discourses and genres and innovation in the learning of academic competencies.
Contents: Vijay K. Bhatia: Foreword - Carmen Sancho Guinda/Maurizio Gotti: Weaving a Narrative Paradigm in Academic and Professional Communication - Anna Mauranen: "But then when I started to think...": Narrative Elements in Conference Presentations - Begona Belles Fortuno: Marginal Stories in Classroom Asides - Christine Feak: Insights into the Academy: Narratives in and of Public Meetings of the University - Yiannis Gabriel: Researchers as Storytellers: Storytelling in Organizational Research - Marina Bondi: Historians as Recounters: Description across Genres - Carmen Daniela Maier/Jan Engberg: Tendencies in the Multimodal Evolution of Narrator's Types and Roles in Research Genres - Maria Jose Luzon: Narratives in Academic Blogs - Rosa Lores-Sanz: The Same Story? Enhancing Membership and Constructing Knowledge in Spanish and English History Book Reviews - Pilar Mur Duenas: Scholars Recounting their Own Research in Journal Articles: An Intercultural (English-Spanish) Perspective - Christoph A. Hafner/Lindsay Miller/Connie Ng Kwai-Fun: A Tale of Two Genres: Narrative Structure in Students' Scientific Writing - Luisa Caiazzo: Factual Reporting in the `About' Page of British University Websites - Kjersti Flottum: Narratives in Reports about Climate Change - Francoise Salager-Meyer/Maria Angeles Alcaraz Ariza/Marianela Luzardo Briceno: The Medical Narrative from a Diachronic Perspective (1840-2009): Titling Practices and Authorship - Marco De Martino: Illness Narratives: Gender and Identity in Patients' Accounts - Ruth Breeze: Traversing Legal Narratives - Patrizia Anesa: Multiple Narratives in Arbitration Processes - Carmen Sancho Guinda: The Tell and Show of Aviation-Catastrophe Synopses - Elizabeth de Groot: Getting the Picture in Annual Reports: A Reflection on the Genre-based Analysis of Photographic Narrative - Isabel Corona Marzol: Lives in Retrospective: the Journalistic Obituary - Ismael Arinas Pellon: How do you Read a U.S. Patent? Motivation for Descriptions of Intellectual Property and its `Metes and Bounds' - Brian Paltridge: Afterword.