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Methods of Critical Discourse Studies
This is a sophisticated and nuanced introduction to critical discourse analysis (CDA) that covers a range of topics in an accessible, engaging style. Expand
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Critical discourse studies:history, agenda, theory and methodology
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Forms of capital, intra-ethnic variation and Polish entrepreneurs in Leicester
A study of ten Polish entrepreneurs operating in Leicester, UK is reported in this article. The concepts of social, cultural and economic capital are used as the lens through which to explore the wayExpand
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Graduates' career aspirations and individual characteristics
Using the basic distinction between organisational and post-organisational career orientation, this article examines preferences of business school graduates for different types of career fields andExpand
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The encoding of vowels and temporal speech cues in the auditory cortex of professional musicians: An EEG study
Here, we applied a multi-feature mismatch negativity (MMN) paradigm in order to systematically investigate the neuronal representation of vowels and temporally manipulated CV syllables in aExpand
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High Performance Work Practices and Firm Performance: A Longitudinal Case Study
Accumulating research suggests that the adoption of high performance work practices (HPWPs) is related to organizations' performance. The evidence base is limited by its reliance on retrospectiveExpand
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Technical Design Report: Scientific Instrument SQS
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HRM structures and subsidiary discretion in foreign multinationals in the UK
This article uses a large-scale representative survey to examine a key aspect of control in multinational companies (MNCs): the extent of central influence over human resource (HR) policy formationExpand
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Diversity measures and network centralities as indicators of interdisciplinarity: Case studies in BionanoScience
Mapping and evaluating interdisciplinarity poses major challenges, due to its multidimensional character and its inherent conflict with categorisation methods. Here we develop indicators ofExpand
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Refinement of metre perception – training increases hierarchical metre processing
Auditory metre perception refers to the ability to extract a temporally regular pulse and an underlying hierarchical structure of perceptual accents from a sequence of tones. Pulse perception isExpand
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