Volume 4, Issue 2, Pages 141-299 (December 2016)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Pages

EDITORIAL
Nadežda Silaški

141-144

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ARTICLES


”SOMEWHERE IN THE MIDDLE IS THE OPTIMAL BALANCE”:
A SUBJECT SPECIALIST NEGOTIATING BUSINESS AND LANGUAGE IN TEACHING BUSINESS WRITING

Zuocheng Zhang

145 - 164

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INCREASING METAPHOR AWARENESS
IN LEGAL ENGLISH TEACHING

Miguel Ángel Campos Pardillos

165-183

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TEACHERS’ AND STUDENTS’ PERSPECTIVES ON
THE REASONS FOR SPEAKING ANXIETY IN
ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES

Slavica Čepon

184-201

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A GENRE STUDY OF UNDERGRADUATE
DISSERTATION ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS IN A
GHANAIAN UNIVERSITY

Joseph Benjamin Archibald Afful

202-224

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TRANSLATION EXERCISE AIDED BY
DATA-DRIVEN LEARNING IN ESP CONTEXT

Sanja Marinov

225-250

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NON-CONVENTIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE USE
IN THE WRITING AND SPEECH OF THAI
ACADEMIC WRITERS: A PRELIMINARY STUDY

Michael Currie, Kemtong Sinwongsuwat & Kathleen Nicoletti

251-264

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BOOK REVIEWS


RESEARCHING METAPHORICAL LANGUAGE IN ENGLISH AND SPANISH SPECIALISED DISCOURSE

Georgina Cuadrado-Esclapez et al.
BILINGUAL DICTIONARY OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL METAPHORS AND METONYMIES / DICCIONARIO BILINGÜE DE METÁFORAS Y METONIMIAS CIENTÍFICO-TÉCNICAS
Reviewed by Ana Bocаnegra-Valle

265-269

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EAP RESEARCHER-PRACTITIONER COLLABORATION: RECIPROCITY OR INEQUALITY?

Christian W. Chun
POWER AND MEANING MAKING IN AN EAP CLASSROOM: ENGAGING WITH THE EVERYDAY
Reviewed by Hairong Shang-Butler

270-274

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ACADEMIC CULTURES AND DISCOURSES BETWEEN THE CENTRE AND THE PERIPHERY

Karen Bennett (Ed.)
THE SEMIPERIPHERY OF ACADEMIC WRITING: DISCOURSES, COMMUNITIES AND PRACTICES
Reviewed by Sabina Halupka-Rešetar

275-280

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SCHOLARLY WRITING SUPPORT FOR PLURILINGUAL GRADUATE STUDENTS IN GLOBAL HIGHER EDUCATION

Cecile Badenhorst and Cally Guerin (Eds.)
RESEARCH LITERACIES AND WRITING PEDAGOGIES FOR MASTERS AND DOCTORAL WRITERS
Reviewed by James Corcoran

281-288

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MANY FACETS OF GENRE RESEARCH

Natasha Artemeva and Aviva Freedman (Eds.)
GENRE STUDIES AROUND THE GLOBE:
BEYOND THE THREE TRADITIONS
Reviewed by Igor Lakić

289-294

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EAP IN A NUTSHELL

Ian Bruce
THEORY AND CONCEPTS OF ENGLISH
FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES
Reviewed by Ljiljana Knežević

295-299

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