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Contrastive rhetoric

reaching to intercultural rhetoric

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Published by John Benjamins Pub. in Amsterdam, Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rhetoric -- Social aspects,
  • Intercultural communication,
  • English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Ulla Connor, Ed Nagelhout, William V. Rozycki.
    SeriesPragmatics & beyond -- new ser., v. 169, Pragmatics & beyond -- new ser., 169.
    ContributionsConnor, Ulla, 1948-, Nagelhout, Ed., Rozycki, William V.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP301.5.S63 C66 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 324 p. :
    Number of Pages324
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16717253M
    ISBN 109027254133
    ISBN 109789027254139
    LC Control Number2007037061

    Second Language Writers' Text: Linguistic and Rhetorical Features (ESL & Applied Linguistics Professional Series) Eli Hinkel This comprehensive and detailed analysis of second language writers' text identifies explicitly and quantifiably where their text differs from that of native speakers of English. : Contrastive Rhetoric: Cross-Cultural Aspects of Second Language Writing (Cambridge Applied Linguistics) () by Connor, Ulla and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.4/5(6).

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Contrastive rhetoric encourages inquiry into various levels of discourse and text, examining the conventions and rhetorical structures of L1 and their influence on the use of another language.

Contrastive Rhetoric - by Ulla M. Connor January Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites. Close this message to accept cookies or find out how to manage your cookie settings. Contrastive Rhetoric Book Summary: This volume explores the field of contrastive rhetoric, the study of how a person's first language and culture influence his or her writing in a second language.

It presents a comprehensive view of the research in this field, emphasizing the connections between contrastive rhetoric and the related disciplines of composition studies, cultural anthropology, translation studies.

Book description This volume explores the field of contrastive rhetoric, the study of how a person's first language and culture influence his or her writing in a second by:   This volume explores contrastive rhetoric for audiences in both ESL contexts and international EFL contexts, exposing the newest developments in theories of culture and discourse and pushing the boundaries beyond any previously staked ground.

This work develops a coherent agenda for contrastive rhetoric researchers, studying genres such as school writing, grant proposals, business letters, newspaper editorials, book reviews, and newspaper commentaries.

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Tao Trek: One and Other in Comparative Rhetoric, A Response C. Jan Swearingen. About the Editor. LuMing Mao is Chair and Professor in the Department of. This book contributes to the store of knowledge gleaned through studies in contrastive rhetoric (hereafter abbreviated as CR), a research focus whose appearance on the applied linguistic scence is.

Contrastive rhetoric research shows that different cultures have different expectations of writing and that these different expectations are internalized as different patterns of discourse.• Understanding contrastive rhetoric well makes people realize explicitly how writing in.

Contrastive rhetoric is the study of ways in which the rhetorical structures of a person's native language may interfere with efforts to write in a second : Richard Nordquist. Buy Contrastive Rhetoric: Cross-Cultural Aspects of Second Language Writing (Cambridge Applied Linguistics) by Connor, Ulla (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Contrastive Rhetoric: Cross-Cultural Aspects of Second Language Writing (Cambridge Applied Linguistics series) by Ulla M. Connor. This volume explores the field of contrastive rhetoric, the study of how a person's first language and culture influence his or her writing in a second language.This work develops a coherent agenda for contrastive rhetoric researchers, studying genres such as school writing, grant proposals, business letters, newspaper editorials, book reviews, and newspaper commentaries.

Four chapters provide ethnographies and observations about contrastive rhetoric and the teaching of EFL and ESL.The early contrastive rhetoric-based pedagogy, however, uncritically accepted what some researchers (e.g., Connor, ; Liebman, ) call “old” con- trastive rhetoric, while failing to evolve with the subsequent development of “new” contrastive rhetoric research.