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Towards a theory of text for contrastive rhetoric

by James E Martin | 01 July 1992
Hardback
This important book deals with the fascinating and often misunderstood field of Contrastive Rhetoric, the study of culturally based differences in written discourse. Despite two-and-a-half decades of exploratory research, theory-building in this field is just beginning. This book addresses the central, almost universally neglected issue of textuality as it relates to Contrastive Rhetoric. It offers an informed creative working theory of text with direct application for research in crosslanguage written discourse and suggests implications for the teaching of ESL writing.
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This important book deals with the fascinating and often misunderstood field of Contrastive Rhetoric, the study of culturally based differences in written discourse. Despite two-and-a-half decades of exploratory research, theory-building in this field is just beginning. This book addresses the central, almost universally neglected issue of textuality as it relates to Contrastive Rhetoric. It offers an informed creative working theory of text with direct application for research in crosslanguage written discourse and suggests implications for the teaching of ESL writing.
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€39.20
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117 Reward Points

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This important book deals with the fascinating and often misunderstood field of Contrastive Rhetoric, the study of culturally based differences in written discourse. Despite two-and-a-half decades of exploratory research, theory-building in this field is just beginning. This book addresses the central, almost universally neglected issue of textuality as it relates to Contrastive Rhetoric. It offers an informed creative working theory of text with direct application for research in crosslanguage written discourse and suggests implications for the teaching of ESL writing.

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Towards a theory of text for contrastive rhetoric

ISBN9780820418551

FormatHardback

Publisher (01 July. 1992)

No. of Pages221

Weight500

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 161 x 280