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What Is Discourse Analysis?

by Stephanie Taylor

What is Discourse Analysis? provides an accessible introduction and practical guide to discourse analysis in the social sciences and related disciplines. It traces the role of discourse analysis from daily social...


The Return of the Storyteller in Contemporary Fiction

by Areti Dragas

Focusing on the figure of the storyteller, this study breaks new ground in the approach to reading contemporary literature by identifying a growing interest in storytelling. For the last thirty years contemporary...


The Industrial Revolution

by Pat Hudson

This is an introduction to the Industrial Revolution which offers an

integrated account of the economic and social aspects of change during

the period.


Pragmatic Syntax

by Jieun Kiaer

Jieun Kiaer puts forward an argument in this book that the grammar of a language directly underpins the processing of the language, in real time. This is a view that runs against the orthodoxy of linguistic...


Philosophy of Educational Research

by Richard Pring

This classic text in educational research literature has been thoroughly updated to take into account new philosophical theories and the current political context for educational research. Remaining, however,...


Multimodal Teaching and Learning: The Rhetorics of the Science Classroom

by Gunther Kress, Carey Jewitt & Jon Ogborn

This book takes a radically different look at communication, and in doing so presents a series of challenges to accepted views on language, on communication, on teaching and, above all, on learning.

Drawing...


Second Language Identities

by David Block

Second Language Identities examines how identity is an issue in different second language learning contexts. It begins with a detailed presentation of what has become a popular approach to identity in the social...


Antagonism on YouTube: Metaphor in Online Discourse

by Stephen Pihlaja

Similar to many sites on the Internet, interaction on YouTube often features confrontational, antagonistic exchanges among users. YouTube comments threads in particular are known for their offensive, conflagratory...


Opposition In Discourse: The Construction of Oppositional Meaning

by Lesley Jeffries

In this important book, Lesley Jeffries introduces a phenomenon which has not been given the attention it deserves - the contextual construction of oppositional meaning. These are opposites not recognisable...


Worlds of Written Discourse: A Genre-Based View

by Vijay Bhatia

Genre theory in the past few years has contributed immensely to our understanding of the way discourse is used in academic, professional and institutional contexts. However, its development has been constrained...


Virgil: Aeneid II

by Virgil & R.H. Jordan

In Book II of the "Aeneid", Aeneas relates to Dido his own account of Troy's destruction and his escape, including the episode of the Wooden Horse. It is some of the best Latin poetry ever written, and thus...


Rules of Use: Language and Instruction in Early Modern England

by Julian Lamb

We take it for granted that we can use words properly � appropriately, meaningfully, even decorously. And yet it is very difficult to justify or explain what makes a particular use "proper." Given that properness...


Englishness: Politics and Culture 1880-1920

by Robert Colls & Philip Dodd

'Englishness' is by no means the unchanging quality of those living in the territory that has come to be England, but a concept that has been made and remade throughout history, expressing itself through existing...


Mary Butts and British Neo-Romanticism: The Enchantment of Place

by Andrew Radford

Mary Butts was an important figure in inter-war modernist circles and one who reviewed and associated with some of the major literary figures of the era, from T.S. Eliot to Gertrude Stein. Despite her importance...


The Philosophy of Perception: Phenomenology and Image Theory

by Lambert Wiesing & Nancy Ann Roth

Lambert Wiesing's The Philosophy of Perception challenges current theories of perception. Instead of attempting to understand how a subject perceives the world, Wiesing starts by taking perception to be real....


Developing Materials for Language Teaching

by Brian Tomlinson

This supplementary ebook contains the 12 chapters from the first edition of Brain Tomlinson's comprehensive Developing Materials for Language Teaching on various aspects of materials development for language...


Nothingness and the Meaning of Life: Philosophical Approaches to Ultimate Meaning Through Nothing and Reflexivity

by Nicholas Waghorn

What is the meaning of life? Does anything really matter? In the past few decades these questions, perennially associated with philosophy in the popular consciousness, have rightly retaken their place as central...


Holocaust Legacy in Post-Soviet Lithuania: People, Places and Objects

by Shivaun Woolfson

Once regarded as a vibrant centre of intellectual, cultural and spiritual Jewish life, Lithuania was home to 240,000 Jews prior to the Nazi invasion of 1941. By war's end, less than 20,000 remained. Today, approximately...


Post-Materialist Religion: Pagan Identities and Value Change in Modern Europe

by Mika T. Lassander

Post Materialist Religion discusses the transformations ofthe individual's worldview, and the role religion and nature can play incontemporary European societies. In doing so, Mika Lassander brings intoconversation...


Print Culture, Crime and Justice in 18th-Century London

by Richard M. Ward

In the first half of the 18th century there was an explosion in the volume and variety of crime literature published in London. This was a 'golden age of writing about crime', when the older genres of criminal...