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Alessia Cogo
University of Southampton
33Publications
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Published on Jun 1, 2019
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Paola Vettorel
This special section of Iperstoria aims at contributing to English as the Business Lingua Franca (BELF) research by exploring aspects related to how communication takes place in international business-related contexts, with a particular focus on Communication Strategies and on the relevance they have in BELF. Meaning-negotiation enacted through a variety of strategies and moves is a common thread running through the majority of the contributions included in this issue, which explore BELF communi...
Published on Mar 1, 2018
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Patchareerat Yanaprasart1
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The increased linguistic and cultural diversity of international workplaces challenges different understandings of corporate language, corporate communication and even language ideologies. The understanding, attitudes and ideologies towards language and language policies of members in culturally and linguistically mixed teams are an important aspect of business communication studies that so far has received little attention. Through an analysis of two case studies of MNCs in Switzerland and Ital...
Published on Jan 1, 2016
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(Goldsmiths, University of London)
Published on Nov 11, 2017
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Sally Inman2
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+ 1 AuthorsMaggie Rogers2
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[Report] Origins and aims of research A group of volunteers at The Southwark Day Centre for Asylum Seekers (SCDAS) undertook research into the wellbeing of clients at the centre (see introduction). The group of volunteers included experienced researchers and newly trained volunteers who already worked at the centre providing advice and support. The idea for the research came from the SCDAS co-ordinator and staff, who were keen to understand more about the wellbeing of clients and how the centre ...
Published on Oct 1, 2017
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Tian Gan , Parise Ida
Published on Oct 1, 2017
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Savio Siqueira
A great amount of the findings in ELF research has not yet reached the regular practitioner in different parts of the world. Despite the fact that ELF research has been solidly advancing, very little has been found out about teachers’ questioning their role in the context of ELF, the global position of English, their role in possibly reproducing or resisting discourses of dominance, inequalities, hegemony, among others. This paper investigates teachers’ attitudes towards ELF, and what influences...
Published on Aug 30, 2017
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Published on Nov 1, 2016
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Published on Sep 29, 2016
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ELF research has showed that processes of accommodation are more important than linguistic correctness according to a NS model. Recently more studies have explored accommodation, pragmatic and multilingual strategies in different ELF corpora of naturally-occurring exchanges. However, what research still needs to address is how the participants themselves orient to these phenomena, how they view the idea of prioritizing effective communication instead of accuracy, as well as issues of ownership a...
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