Arbitration Awards

Author: Vijay K. Bhatia
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 144384277X
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She has co-ordinated several research projects and published extensively on
legal language, on scientific discourse, and on business communication. She
has also (co-)edited several volumes (most recently, Discourse, Ideology and
Specialized Communication, with S. Sarangi, 2007; The Use of English in
Institutional and Business Settings, with C. Ilie, 2007; Discourse and Identities in
Institutional, Professional and Academic Communication, with J. Archibald, 2010;
Discourse, ...

Handbook Of Business Discourse

Author: Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748631836
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Introduction Most of the business discourse research in commercial and other
institutional settings in Malaysia has focused to date on discourse genres and
related aspects of communica- tion in contexts of situated language use (Morais
1994; Le Vasan 1996; Salbiah 1996; Nair-Venugopal 1997; Kaur 1997; Anie
1998; Arumugam 1998; Ting 2001; Puvenesvary 2002; Sargunan 2005; Hadina
and Rafik-Galea 2005; Yuen 2007) against the background of English as the
normative ...

Mediated Business Interactions

Author: Rosina Marquez Reiter
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748688870
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Inter-organisational call openings – calls between two organisations or two
institutional representatives – have been examined by Firth (1995) and Amthor
Yotskura (2002). The latter explores ... Similarly, though in the previous decade
and from a conversation analytic perspective, Firth (1995) observed a modified
core sequence almost analogous to the openings of ordinary calls in a corpus of
intercultural business calls, conducted in English as a lingua franca. In the case
of these ...

Adult Education 21st Century

Author: Peter Kell
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9780820461106
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In Malaysian business contexts, this appropriation is known as Malaysian English
. The particularity of the localized interactions in global/local business settings
contrast markedly with the institutional imperatives which drive language "choice.
" These workplaces do not represent models of bastions for the use of "
international English language." British colonial administration, the educational
and language policies of an independent Malaya and, subsequently, those of
Malaysia, have ...

Genre Variation In Business Letters

Author: Paul Gillaerts
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9783039116812
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The focus of this volume is on the business letter genre, a seminal and widely used genre in business communication.

International Journal Of The Sociology Of Language

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The sociolinguistics of choice in Malaysian business settings SHANTA NAIR-
VENUGOPAL Abstract Almost all institutional imperatives on training in large
Malaysian business houses or corporations map onto English as the traditional
normative language of choice. This paper ... Thus the normative view of language
choice and modelling for such contexts of areal communication, which have long
been viewed as bastions of English language use in Malaysia, is being

It S The Dragon S Turn

Author: Hao Sun
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9783039111756
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The aim of this volume is to ?ll a long-recognised gap in communication, discourse and culture studies by providing descriptions and analyses of Chinese institutional interactions in various settings.

Economically Speaking

Author: Katja Pelsmaekers
Publisher: Maklu
ISBN: 9789044121773
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DATA COLLECTION METHODS Ronald Geluykens 1. ... In particular, in
institutional environments, including business settings, data collection may be
hampered by practical considerations such as confidentiality issues; this is true
both for spoken, interactive data (e.g. business meetings, interviews, telephone
calls) and written, less interactive data (e.g. internal memos, letters, technical
reports). For this ...