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Routledge Research in Applied Professional Communication

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Routledge Research in Applied Professional Communication highlights the socio-political importance of an applied linguistics perspective to professional communication research. The series expands on previous definitions of ‘professional’ and ‘communication’ to explore a diverse range of contexts and cultures, drawing on the widest range of interactions of individuals and groups. Through the lens of sociolinguistics, conversation analysis, discourse analysis, and pragmatics, volumes examine contemporary spoken, written and digital interactions to reflect the complex communicative processes and practices of professional life. The series spotlights original empirical investigations that place socio-political problems and practical engagement at their center, fostering critical conversations and practical outcomes, demonstrating how researchers can successfully shape practice, policy, and social change. Books in the series will be of interest to students, scholars, and practitioners in sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, pragmatics, organizational studies, and communication, as well as those at the interface of these areas with such disciplines including cultural studies, health humanities, media studies, psychology, sociology, law, and education.

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Globalisation, Geopolitics, and Gender in Professional Communication

Globalisation, Geopolitics, and Gender in Professional Communication

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Edited By Louise Mullany, Stephanie Schnurr
May 27, 2024

This edited collection investigates the linguistics of globalisation, geopolitics and gender in workplace cultures in a range of different contemporary international settings. The chapters examine how issues of globalisation, gender and geopolitics affect professionals in different workplace ...

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