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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Handbook of business discourse.
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, ©2009
|Material Type:||Document, Preschool, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|ISBN:||9780748631834 0748631836 1282136461 9781282136465|
|Description:||1 online resource (xix, 500 pages) : illustrations|
|Contents:||Foreword; Acknowledgements; Editorial Advisory Board; Notes on Contributors; Reviewers; Introduction: Business discourse, F. Bargiela-Chiappini; Part One: Foundation and Context; Introduction; 1: Europe: the state of the field, C. Nickerson and B. Planken; 2: New Zealand and Australia: the state of the field, T. Zorn and M. Simpson; 3: North America: the state of the field, D. C. Andrews; 4: Discourse, communication and organisational ontology, B. Brummans, F. Cooren and M. Chaput; Part Two: Approaches and methodologies; Introduction; 5: Rhetorical analysis, M. Zachry; 6: Organisational discourse analysis, R. Iedema and H. Scheeres; 7: Ethnomethodology, D. Samra-Fredericks; 8: Corpus linguistics, T. Berber Sardinha and L. Barbara; 9: Critical studies, S. Deetz and J. G. McClellan; 10: Mediated communication, J. Gimenez; 11: Negotiation studies, A-M Bulow; 12: Multimodal analysis, G. Garzone; 13: Politeness studies, R. Marquez-Reiter; 14: BELF: Business English as a Lingua Franca, M. Gerritsen and C. Nickerson; Part Three: Disciplinary Perspectives; Introduction; 15: Linguistic anthropology, C. Wasson; 16: Gender studies, L. Mullany; 17: Sociology, narrative and discourse, T. Watson; 18: Pragmatics, K. C. C. Kong; 19: Organisational communication, A. M. Schmisseur, J. Jian and G. T. Fairhurst; 20: International management, R. Piekkari; 21: Management communication, L. Reinsch; 22: Race and management communication, P. S. Parker and D. S. Grimes; 23: Business communication, L. Louhiala-Salminen; 24: Intercultural Communication, I. Pillier; Part Four: Localised Perspectives; Introduction; 25: Japan, H. Tanaka; 26: China, Y. Zhu and L. Li; 27: Korea, Y. Jung; 28: Vietnam, G. Chew; 29: Malaysia, S. Nair-Venugopal; 30: Brazil, L. Pacheco de Oliveira; 31: Spain, E. Montolio and F. Ramallo; 32: Francophone research, L. Filliettaz and de Saint-Georges; 33: Kazakhstan, E. Suleimenova and G. G. Burkitbayeva; Conclusions; 34: Future horizons: Europe, M. Charles; 35: Future horizons: North America, R. Dulek and M. Graham; 36: Future horizons: Asia, W. Cheng.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini.|
The discourse of business, and about business, is now at the centre of contemporary culture. While many authors offer partial insights into business discourse, Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini has made a