Papers from the Lancaster University Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics and Language Teaching (LAEL PG)

Volume 2. Papers from LAEL PG 2007Volume 2. Papers from LAEL PG 2007
ISSN 1756-123X

Published: 2008

Editors: Majid KhosraviNik & Alexandra Polyzou

Papers from LAEL PG is a peer-reviewed, open-access, online publication featuring full papers from the annual Lancaster University Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics and Language Teaching (LAEL PG). There is one volume annually, published in November/December of the year following the conference. Each volume is edited by a different team of PhD students at the Department of Linguistics and English Language (LAEL), Lancaster University.

Click on the cover or use the following link to download the whole volume, or select individual papers from the contents.

Volume 2 Contents

Page Title/Author Download
1 Investigating expertise in textbook writing: Insights from a case study of an experienced materials writer at work
Dawn Atkinson
21 The discursive management of work-life dilemmas
Justin Charlebois
44 Two subtypes of M-implicature: A study with special reference to Modern Greek
Michael Chiou
58 A CDA approach to the translations of taboos in literary texts within the historical and socio-political Turkish context
Reyhan Funda Isbuga-Erel
78 Language policy and ideology in the United States: A critical analysis of ‘English Only’ discourse
Rachele Lawton
104 Genre-based data selection and classification for Critical Discourse Analysis
Alexandra Polyzou
136 Contributors’ and editors’ details

Reviewers for Volume 2

  • Mahmood Moradi Abbasabadi
  • Claire Dembry
  • Steve Disney
  • Margherita Dore
  • Bernhard Forchtner
  • Costas Gabrielatos
  • Konstantia Kosetzi
  • Eleanor Lamb
  • Sofia Lampropoulou
  • Rachele Lawton
  • Kate Lee
  • Neil Millar
  • Steve Oswald
  • Maryam Paknahad Jabarooty
  • Julia Sallabank
  • Richard Slessor


 

Proofreaders for Volume 2

  • Szofia Demjen
  • Rachele Lawton
  • Richard Slessor
  • Charlotte Taylor

 

The editors would like to thank Costas Gabrielatos for his help with formatting the volume at the final stage.

 

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