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Title: Stance devices in tourism-related research articles: A corpus-based study
Authors: Álvarez-Gil, Francisco J. 
UNESCO Clasification: 5701 Lingüística aplicada
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing Group 
Abstract: This volume aims to showcase research as to the study of perspectivization in English language academic articles in the field of tourism. A key aspect of this study is the way in which writers elaborate and organize information following their editorial traditions. Interestingly, complete scientific articles in the field have not received much scholarly attention. A first task, therefore, that this book undertakes is the characterization of the article in terms of unctional stages, according to a framework of functional linguistics. The methodology also involves the use of corpus linguistics tools to analyze linguistic stance devices and to draw data for their illustration. These linguistic stance strategies are examined by genre stage to highlight possible variation in these stages. The results of this research hopefully would impact on the study of specialized English for tourism and on the design of new teaching materials.
ISBN: 9783034345514
DOI: 10.3726/b20000
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