Shifting Rhetorical Focus in Student and Professional Geography Writing

Hewings, Ann (2002). Shifting Rhetorical Focus in Student and Professional Geography Writing. In: Candlin, C.N. ed. Research and practice in professional discourse. Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press, pp. 441–462.



1. Introduction
2. Professional Discourse: Towards a Multidimensional Approach and Shared Practice
3. On Models in Applied Discourse Analysis
4. Rhetorical Research for Reflective Practice: A Multi-layered Narrative
5. Discourse Practitioners as a Community of Interprofessional Practice: Some Insights from Health Communication Research
6. Towards an Understanding of Workplace Discourse: A Pilot Study for Compiling a Spoken Chinese Corpus of Situated Discourse
7. Blessed are the Peacemakers: Reconciliation & Evaluation
8. Multinational Organisations: Europe in the Search of New Identities
9. Retrospect and Prospect
10. Drug Information for Laymen: Good or Bad Medicine?
11. A Triple Jeopardy: What Can Discourse Analysts Tell the Health Professionals?
12. Judgement as a Resource in Child Protection Practice
13. Enquiry into Inquiry: A Study of Chinese Medical Consultations Discourses of the Academy
14. Harmony of Theory and Practice: An Engineering Lesson for Applied Linguistics
15. Specifying "Purpose" in ESP: The Case of the Engineering Analytical Report
16. The Linguistic Contribution to the Analysis of Professional Discourse
17. Shifting Rhetorical Focus in Student and Professional Geography Writing
18. Legal Problem Questions: Analysing Rhetorical Strategies Using "IRAC"
19. Academic Discourses and their Discourses of Learning: Participants, Texts and Social Practices
20. Framing Creativity: Contradictory and Complementary Discourses within the Context of Educational Reform in Hong Kong
21. Literary Discourse and Learner Autonomy
22. Media Interviews: An Intersection of Multiple Social Practices
23. Discourse and Ideology: The Taiwan Issue in the Chinese and American Media
24. Hype about Hypertext
25. Taking an Interdisciplinary Approach in the Analysis of Multinational Business Discourse
26. Genre Change in the Historical Development of Sales Invitations

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