Genre , discipline and identity

@inproceedings{Hyland2018GenreD,
  title={Genre , discipline and identity},
  author={Ken Hyland},
  year={2018}
}
Genres: constraints and schema Few concepts have had a greater impact on how we understand and teach language than genre. The idea that prior texts have a key role in shaping communicative practices has been so influential for so long that it is hard to imagine how discourse analysts, or EAP practitioners, ever got along without it. Strictly, of course, the term refers to abstract, socially recognised ways of using language, but like any well-worn concept, genre is understood in a variety of… CONTINUE READING

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