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TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS considers itself a discussion board for state of the art examine in line with stable empirical info on language in its quite a few manifestations, together with signal languages. It regards linguistic edition in its synchronic and diachronic dimensions in addition to in its social contexts as vital resources of perception for a greater figuring out of the layout of linguistic platforms and the ecology and evolution of language.
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1990 Textsorten-Textmuster in der Sprech- und Schrift-Kommunikation. Leipzig: Universität Leipzig. Mauranen, Anna 1993 "Contrastive ESP rhetoric: Metatext in Finnish-English economics texts", English for Specific Purposes 12: 3 - 2 2 . McCarthy, Michael 1991 Discourse analysis and language teacher. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Mikolajczak, Stanislaw 1990 Skladnia tekstow naukowych: dyscypliny humanistyczne [The syntax of scientific texts in the humanities]. Poznan: Wydawnictwa Naukowe UAM.
München: Iudicum Verlag. ), 125-137. Wierzbicka, Anna 1991 Cross-cultural pragmatics. The semantics of human interaction. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Academic writing and cultural identity: the case of Czech academic writing V Svetla Cmejrkovä and Frantisek Danes Identity is both ascribed and acquired. Ascribed characteristics are those over which individuals have the least control .... Of course, there may be mismatches between an individual's "actual" identity and the ascription of attributes by some or even all of the surrounding society.
Culture and Styles of Academic Discourse by Anna Duszak