Narratives in Academic and Professional Genres

Edited by Gotti, Maurizio; Edited by Guinda, Carmen Sancho

Through Narrative Theory, the book offers an engaging panorama of the construction of specialised discourses and practices within academia and diverse professional communities. Its chapters investigate genres from various fields, such as aircraft accident reports, clinical cases and other scientific observations, academic conferences, academic blogs, climate-change reports, university decision-making in public meetings, patients' oral and written accounts of illness, corporate annual reports, journalistic obituaries, university websites, and narratives of facts in legal cases, narrative processes in arbitration hearings, briefs, and witness examination accounts. In addition to exploring narration in this wide range of contexts, the volume uses narrative as a powerful tool to gain a methodological insight into professional and academic accounts, and thus it contributes to research into theoretical issues. Under the lens of Narratology, Discourse and Genre Analysis, fresh research windows are opened on the study of academic and professional interactions.

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  • Contents: Vijay K. Bhatia: Foreword - Carmen Sancho Guinda/Maurizio Gotti: Weaving a Narrative Paradigm in Academic and Professional Communication - Anna Mauranen: But then when I started to think...: Narrative Elements in Conference Presentations - Begona Belles Fortuno: Marginal Stories in Classroom Asides - Christine Feak: Insights into the Academy: Narratives in and of Public Meetings of the University - Yiannis Gabriel: Researchers as Storytellers: Storytelling in Organizational Research - Marina Bondi: Historians as Recounters: Description across Genres - Carmen Daniela Maier/Jan Engberg: Tendencies in the Multimodal Evolution of Narrator's Types and Roles in Research Genres - Maria Jose Luzon: Narratives in Academic Blogs - Rosa Lores-Sanz: The Same Story? Enhancing Membership and Constructing Knowledge in Spanish and English History Book Reviews - Pilar Mur Duenas: Scholars Recounting their Own Research in Journal Articles: An Intercultural (English-Spanish) Perspective - Christoph A. Hafner/Lindsay Miller/Connie Ng Kwai-Fun: A Tale of Two Genres: Narrative Structure in Students' Scientific Writing - Luisa Caiazzo: Factual Reporting in the 'About' Page of British University Websites - Kjersti Flottum: Narratives in Reports about Climate Change - Francoise Salager-Meyer/Maria Angeles Alcaraz Ariza/Marianela Luzardo Briceno: The Medical Narrative from a Diachronic Perspective (1840-2009): Titling Practices and Authorship - Marco De Martino: Illness Narratives: Gender and Identity in Patients' Accounts - Ruth Breeze: Traversing Legal Narratives - Patrizia Anesa: Multiple Narratives in Arbitration Processes - Carmen Sancho Guinda: The Tell and Show of Aviation-Catastrophe Synopses - Elizabeth de Groot: Getting the Picture in Annual Reports: A Reflection on the Genre-based Analysis of Photographic Narrative - Isabel Corona Marzol: Lives in Retrospective: the Journalistic Obituary - Ismael Arinas Pellon: How do you Read a U.S. Patent? Motivation for Descriptions of Intellectual Property and its 'Metes and Bounds' - Brian Paltridge: Afterword.

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書名 Narratives in Academic and Professional Genres
著作者等 Guinda, Carmen Sancho
Gotti, Maurizio
シリーズ名 Linguistic Insights: Studies in Language & Communication 172
出版元 Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
刊行年月 2013.01.30
ページ数 511p
大きさ H225 x W150
ISBN 9783034313711
ISSN 14248689
言語 英語
出版国 スイス
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