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Title: Álvarez-Gil, F. J. (2022). Stance devices in tourism-related research articles: A corpus-based study. Linguistic Insights, volume 292. Lausanne, Switzerland: Peter Lang Verlag. ISBN 9783034345552
Authors: Domínguez Morales, María Elena 
UNESCO Clasification: 57 Lingüística
620201 Crítica de textos
Issue Date: 2023
Journal: Revista de Linguistica y Lenguas Aplicadas 
Abstract: This volume in the prestigious Linguistic Insights book series (Peter Lang) fills an acknowledged lacuna in studies considering the tourism research article from a gender perspective. Indeed, the attention paid to the tourism research article (RA) has been, if anything, fragmentary, since, as noted in Lin and Evans (2012), no attempt has been made to fully outline the generic structure of the RA in tourism. This is precisely one of the focuses of interest of this monograph, which aims to provide genre scholars and language professionals with an outline of the genre pattern of the RA and the lexicogrammatical choices associated with each generic section, together with a detailed description of the specific stance-taking devices. This is really the main aim of this book, as its title expressly calls for. Much of the information presented in this monograph, as attributed therein, belongs to a major research project conducted over the years on the language of tourism in English and other languages (cf. Álvarez- Gil, Payet, & Sánchez Hernández, 2020).
ISSN: 1886-6298
DOI: 10.4995/rlyla.2023.18706
Source: Revista de Lingüística y Lenguas Aplicadas [1886-6298], Vol. 18 (2023), p. 167-169
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