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This volume, the first of the CERLIS Series, investigates variation in scholarly communication from different analytical perspectives. Ranging from genre analysis to text linguistics, systemic functional grammar and multimodal approaches, its main purpose is that of providing insights into forms and modes of academic and scientific communication still little considered or as yet neglected in existing literature because of their relative novelty – due to changing practical and domain-related needs or cognitive expectations on the part of the audience – or their generic elusiveness – resulting from processes of multi-generic contaminations. On this basis, the volume discusses generic variation both in contrastive terms, by comparing and distinguishing contiguous genres, and, in analytical terms, by evidencing trends of variation and examining variation-sensitive elements in different textualizations of the same genre, and focusing especially on such variables as rhetorical strategy, writer stance, interpersonal engagement, and argumentation.

Questo volume, il primo della CERLIS Series, esamina la variazione linguistica nella comunicazione accademica da diverse prospettive, che includono l’analisi del genere, la linguistica testuale, la grammatica sistemico-funzionale e gli approcci multimediali, con lo scopo di fornire approfondimenti in merito a quelle realizzazioni della comunicazione accademica e scientifica ancora poco considerate o addirittura trascurate nella letteratura corrente per la loro relativa novità – dovuta ai cambiamenti di convenzioni disciplinari o meccanismi cognitivi a seguito del variare di pratiche e canali di comunicazione – oppure alla non-definitezza di alcuni generi testuali – risultante da processi di contaminazione plurigenere. Sulla base di questi presupposti teorici, il volume esamina la variazione sia in termini contrastivi – comparando e distinguendo generi contigui – e in termini analitici – mettendo in evidenza tendenze di variazione o esaminando quegli elementi più facilmente variabili in diverse testualizzazioni dello stesso genere – con particolare attenzione ad aspetti quali le strategie retoriche, lo stance autoriale e il suo posizionamento, e le risorse argomentative.

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1-gen-2012 Book Chapters in Academia: Authorship in Methods (Re-)Presentation and Conditional Reasoning Abbamonte, Lucia; Cavaliere, Flavia CERLIS Series::CERLIS Series Vol. 01: Genre Variation in Academic Communication. Emerging DisciplinaryTrends
1-gen-2012 The Case against Homeopathy: A Study of the Rhetoric of Meta-Analysis Agostini, Claudia; Santulli, Francesca CERLIS Series::CERLIS Series Vol. 01: Genre Variation in Academic Communication. Emerging DisciplinaryTrends
1-gen-2012 Epistemic Modality Variation in Community Law Journals Ardizzone, Patrizia; Pennisi, Giulia A. CERLIS Series::CERLIS Series Vol. 01: Genre Variation in Academic Communication. Emerging DisciplinaryTrends
1-gen-2012 Texture Beyond the Text: Slides and Talk in Conference Presentations Degano, Chiara CERLIS Series::CERLIS Series Vol. 01: Genre Variation in Academic Communication. Emerging DisciplinaryTrends
1-gen-2012 Research Genres and Hybridisation: A Case Study from Research Articles in the Field of Cultural Heritage Studies Cesiri, Daniela CERLIS Series::CERLIS Series Vol. 01: Genre Variation in Academic Communication. Emerging DisciplinaryTrends
1-gen-2012 The Implications of Genre Related Choices in Early Issues of the Journal des Sçavans and the Philosophical Transactions Banks, David CERLIS Series::CERLIS Series Vol. 01: Genre Variation in Academic Communication. Emerging DisciplinaryTrends
1-gen-2012 Genre Variation in Academic Spoken English: the Case of Lectures and Research Conference Presentations Mariotti, Cristina CERLIS Series::CERLIS Series Vol. 01: Genre Variation in Academic Communication. Emerging DisciplinaryTrends
1-gen-2012 Academic Sports Science Discourse in Formal and Informal Texts: A Comparison Fazio, Alessandra CERLIS Series::CERLIS Series Vol. 01: Genre Variation in Academic Communication. Emerging DisciplinaryTrends
1-gen-2012 Research Articles in Business and Marketing: A Comparative Analysis of English Discussions and Italian Conclusioni Malavasi, Donatella CERLIS Series::CERLIS Series Vol. 01: Genre Variation in Academic Communication. Emerging DisciplinaryTrends
1-gen-2012 Introduction [a Genre Variation in Academic Communication. Emerging Disciplinary Trends] Maci, Stefania Maria; Sala, Michele 1.2 Contributi in volume - Book chapters::1.2.03 Brevi introduzioni - Introductions; CERLIS Series::CERLIS Series Vol. 01: Genre Variation in Academic Communication. Emerging DisciplinaryTrends
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Tipologia
  • CERLIS Series Vol. 01: Genre Variation in Academic Communication. Emerging DisciplinaryTrends11
  • 1.2.03 Brevi introduzioni - Introductions1
Autore
  • Abbamonte, Lucia1
  • Agostini, Claudia1
  • Ardizzone, Patrizia1
  • BANKS, DAVID1
  • Cavaliere, Flavia1
  • Cesiri, Daniela1
  • D'Avanzo, Stefania1
  • Degano, Chiara1
  • Fazio, Alessandra1
  • MACI, Stefania Maria1
Data di pubblicazione
  • 201211
Editore
  • Università degli studi di Bergamo10
  • CELSB Libreria Universitaria1
Serie
  • CERLIS SERIES11
Settore disciplinare
  • Settore L-LIN/12 - Lingua e Traduzione - Lingua Inglese11
Lingua
  • eng11
Accesso al fulltext
  • open11
Appartenenza
  • Dipartimento di Lingue, Letterature e Culture Straniere1