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Professional Communication across Languages and Cultures

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Abstract

<i>Professional Communication across Languages and Cultures</i> aims at developing an integrative linguistic perspective on talk at work. Professional communication allows multi- and interdisciplinary explorations on how workplace relationships and mechanisms are influenced by the use of certain linguistic patterns. The book approaches the topic of professional communication from multiple levels, providing critical, valuable insights into the dynamics of creating and maintaining professional relationships at work.<br />After outlining the theoretical and analytical frameworks, the eleven chapters uncover and develop integrative themes that emerge within the three parts of the book: <i>Dialogue and identity in professional settings, Functions and strategies in professional communication</i> and <i>Specific issues in professional communication.</i><br />Scholars and students who are interested in research based on authentic data and case studies of efficient communication at work, as well as those teaching courses on interpersonal communication, discourse analysis, pragmatics and sociolinguistics will find useful insights in this volume.

Subjects: Dialogue studies; Communication Studies; Discourse studies

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