Brno studies in English 2012, roč. 38, č. 2

Název čísla
Written academic discourse: Anglo-American traditions in the European context
Rok vydání
0524-6881 (print)
1805-0867 (online)
  • Edited by Jana Chamonikolasová, Jan Chovanec and Renata Kamenická
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[5]-16 Written academic discourse in English : from local traditions to global outreach Chovanec, Jan | pdficon
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[17]-35 Interrogatives in English and Serbian academic discourse – a contrastive pragmatic approach Blagojević, Savka; Mišić Ilić, Biljana | pdficon
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[37]-58 Lexical bundles in academic texts by non-native speakers Dontcheva-Navratilova, Olga | pdficon
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[59]-78 Cross-cultural aspects of academic discourse Gotti, Maurizio | pdficon
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[79]-96 A contrastive study of generic integrity in the use of attitudinal evaluation in research articles written for different audiences Millán, Enrique Lafuente | pdficon
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[97]-116 Local disciplines, local cultures: praise and criticism in British and Spanish history book reviews Lorés-Sanz, Rosa | pdficon
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[117]-130 With regard to L2 academic writing: the use of topicalisers in L1 (English and Spanish) and L2 (English) research articles Mur-Dueñas, Pilar | pdficon
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[131]-148 Causal and contrastive discourse markers in novice academic writing Povolná, Renata | pdficon
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[149]-165 Academic knowledge presentation in MA theses: from corpus compilation to case studies of disciplinary conventions Schmied, Josef | pdficon
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[167]-171 [Berkenkotter, Carol; Bhatia, Vijay K.; Gotti, Maurizio, ed. Insights into academic genres] Chovanec, Jan | pdficon
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[172] Brno Studies in English | pdficon
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173 Guidelines for authors | pdficon