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methodological realities, problems and honest reporting when social research goes awry
We are pleased to bring you a free-to-view compilation by Professor Gee
The Essential James Gee: An Introduction to Discourse Analysis is a FreeBook brought to you by Routledge. It features an original introduction and selections on critical discourse analysis, virtual worlds, and multimodality (to name just a few), all hand-picked by the author himself, James Paul Gee.
We are pleased to bring you a free-to-view compilation, featuring chapters from a number of Routledge titles by Ronald Carter.
Rebecca Novack acquires books in Learning Sciences, Research Methods in Education, Educational Psychology, Testing and Assessment, and School Psychology. Rebecca publishes scholarly volumes and books for graduate-level courses, as well as practical texts that translate academic interventions for practical applications in professional settings.
Elysse Preposi commissions scholarly research monographs and edited collections across a range of topics in Linguistics as an editor in our Routledge Research program. Series in this program highlight cutting-edge research in various sub-disciplines in linguistics, including multilingualism, language variation and change, translation and interpreting studies, multimodality, corpus linguistics, and critical discourse studies. She is actively working on developing new series as well as continuing to publish new titles in existing series, with a particular interest in receiving proposals in the areas of theoretical linguistics, historical linguistics, and second language acquisition.
Nadia Seemungal commissions a range of books across all areas of English language, Linguistics, and Applied Linguistics but has a special focus on theoretical linguistics and English language studies. Nadia works on a variety of titles including textbooks for undergraduates and postgraduates, handbooks, guidebooks, and monographs, and welcomes hearing about projects touching on emerging and cutting-edge areas. Her key series include Routledge Introductions to English Language Studies, Learning about Language, Understanding Language, Routledge Introductions to English for Specific Purposes, Routledge Research in English for Specific Purposes, Routledge Applied Corpus Linguistics, and Routledge Handbooks in Linguistics & English Language Studies.
Louisa Semlyen oversees the global publishing programme in English Language, Linguistics, and Translation Studies. With over 20 years’ experience, Louisa commissions in Linguistics/Applied Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, and Translation and Interpreting Studies, and welcomes proposals both in established and emerging areas. Louisa publishes textbooks, reference works, scholarly monographs, professional texts, and guidebooks. Her key series include Routledge Introductions to Applied Linguistics; New Perspectives in Translation and Interpreting studies; Translation Practices Explained; Translation Theories Explained; Language, Society and Political Economy; Literacies; Routledge Handbooks in Applied Linguistics and Routledge Handbooks in Translation and Interpreting Studies.