AS English Language Studies - Occupation

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Nelson - 2000
BUSINESS ENGLISH LEXIS occupational lexis is dynamic and not emotive, but more positive
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Drew and Heritage - 1992 / 1993
INFERENTIAL FRAMEWORKS 'talk at work' goal orientation = talk focussed on work. turn taking restrictions. asymmetrical relationships = one person more powerful. inferential frameworks = knowledge built up
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Koester - 2004
LANGUAGE AT WORK + PHATIC TALK 6 points : goal orientation, turn taking, allowable contributions, professional lexis, structure, asymmetry. pkatic talk = langauge for social interaction rather than info
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Kim and Elder - 2009
COMMUNICATION DIFFICULTIES (KOREAN PILOTS + AMERICANS) american's not using standard english, native speakers abbreviation
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Swales - 2011
DISCOURSE COMMUNITY members of the same use lexis specific to the occupation. groups have their own jargon. common goals
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Drew and Heritage - 1992 / 1993

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INFERENTIAL FRAMEWORKS 'talk at work' goal orientation = talk focussed on work. turn taking restrictions. asymmetrical relationships = one person more powerful. inferential frameworks = knowledge built up

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Koester - 2004

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Kim and Elder - 2009

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Swales - 2011

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