AESLA 2016 Volume Information
Volume:Chelo Vargas-Sierra (editor)
Professional and Academic Discourse: an Interdisciplinary Perspective

AESLA 2016 Volume Information

Title:Professional and Academic Discourse: an Interdisciplinary Perspective
Editors:Chelo Vargas-Sierra
Series:EPiC Series in Language and Linguistics
Volume:2
Publication date:February 23, 2017

Papers

AuthorsTitlePagesPDF
Keynote Talk
Maurizio GottiInterdisciplinary Cooperation in the Analysis of Specialized Discourse: Challenges and Prospects1-13
1. Language acquisition
Mariche BayonasTextual Enhancement and the Acquisition of the Spanish Present Subjunctive Form14-22
Wangmeng JiangFrom Rote Learning to Motivation: A Cognitive-linguistic Approach to L2 Acquisition of English Idioms by Chinese EFL Learners23-35
Ana Cristina Lahuerta-MartínezAnalysis of EFL Writing in Secondary Education36-43
Angela María Larrea-Espinar and Antonio R. Raigón-RodríguezCulture Learning in B1 and B2 EFL Textbooks44-51
Oleksandra Iaroslavtseva and Hanna SkorczynskaThe Influence of the Mother Tongue on the Use of Metaphor in English as a Second Language52-59
Renia Lopez-OziebloCut-offs and Gestures: Analytical Tools to Understand a Second Language Speaker60-68
Alicia Martínez-Flor and Esther Usó-JuanThe Long-term Effects of Instruction on EFL Learners' Use of Complaining Formulas69-74
Esther Usó-Juan and Alicia Martínez-FlorProficiency Effect on EFL Learners’ Realization of Complaints75-81
2. Language Teaching
Elena MarkinaChallenges in Task Design for Learners of Russian with a Low Level of Proficiency82-91
3. Language for Specific Purposes
Ana Bocanegra-ValleIntercultural Dialogicity in Maritime English Course Materials92-101
Debora GayConnecting Learner Needs with Academic Discourse: a Research on LSP Courses at Beginners’ Level for Students of Art History and Archaeology in German Universities102-111
María Ángeles Martín-Del-PozoAcademic Discourse in English Medium Instruction Contexts: A Look at Teacher Explanations112-118
Isabel NegroThe Role of Visual Metaphor in Visual Genres119-126
Alicia NocetiInterdisciplinary Pedagogical Actions to Optimize Engineering Undergraduate Written Production127-134
Andrea Olivares and Teresa MorellThe role of English as a Lingua Franca in European projects: The case of the RSGAE project135-142
Gabriela Torregrosa and Sonsoles Sánchez-ReyesStrategies for Teaching Unbiased Language in English for Law Enforcement143-147
4. Sociolinguistics
Amelia Jiménez, Pedro Guijarro-Fuentes and Acrisio PiresClitic Doubling in Majorcan Spanish and Catalan148-158
Rasha MohamedIdentity and the Indexicality of Code-switching in the Egyptian Society159-171
Ricard Morant and Debra WestallSpanglish in Piña-Rosales' Modern-day “Don Quijote en Manhattan”172-180
5. Pragmatics
Tania Barberán-RecaldeThe Interpretation of Negated Quantifiers in Spanish181-190
Javier Herrero-RuizCognitive Operations in Tropes: The Case of Parameterisation191-198
Raul Jimenez-VilchesAnalysing Four Prosodic Forms to Convey the Pragmatic Function of Dominance and Control in L2 Monologic Discourse. 199-213
Carmen Maíz-Arévalo and Alfonso Sánchez-Moya"I Know How You Feel": Multifaceted Insights into the Expression of Support Strategies in Computer-Mediated-Communication214-223
6. Discourse Analysis
Edgar Bernad-Mechó and Inmaculada Fortanet-GómezSemiotic Modes in the Organization of Lectures in English and in Spanish224-234
Ricardo Casañ-PitarchA Proposal for Genre Analysis: The AMS model235-246
Daniela CesiriBalancing Tourism Promotion and Professional Discourse: A Corpus-based Analysis of Digital Travel Guidebooks Promoting Venice in English247-255
Francisco Javier Fernández-Polo and Mario Cal-VarelaA Description of Asynchronous Online Discussions in Higher Education256-264
Francisco Miguel Ivorra-PérezCultural Values and Interpersonality in Spanish and British university websites265-273
Noelia Ruiz-Madrid and Inmaculada Fortanet-GómezAn Analysis of Multimodal Interaction in a Webinar: Defining the Genre274-282
Keith Stuart, Ana Botella and Lucia Gadea-BoronatA Semantics of the Financial Crisis in Spain283-294
Rosana Villares-MaldonadoA Corpus-based Analysis of Non-Standard English Features in the Microblogging Platform Tumblr295-303
7. Corpus Linguistics, Computational Linguistics and Linguistic Engineering
María José Barrios-SabadorThe Expression of Uncertainty as a Strategy for Mitigating the Assertion. An Analysis in an Oral Computerized Corpus304-314
Shuyuan Cao, Iria Da-Cunha and Mikel IruskietaToward the Elaboration of a Spanish-Chinese Parallel Annotated Corpus315-324
Yolanda Fernández-PenaExploring the Patterns of Verbal Agreement of Collective Noun-Headed Subjects in a Parsed Corpus of Present-Day English325-334
Oscar Garcia-MarchenaThe Structure of Spanish Verbless Clauses335-345
8.Translation and Interpreting
Heather Adams and Laura Cruz-GarcíaTowards LSP (II) – Language Teaching for Future Interpreters: Graduate Profiles346-353
Juan José CalvoEtumos Apistos, “Truly Doubtful”: Confounding Etyma in Scientific Nomenclature354-365
Andrew WalshTranslating False and Fickle Anglicisms in Modern Spanish366-373

Keyphrases

CountKeyphrase
5discourse analysis
4esp
2code switching, complaints, computer mediated communication, corpus, genre analysis, interlanguage pragmatics, metadiscourse, multimodal discourse analysis, pragmatics, semantic formulas, sociolinguistics, spanish, translation
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