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Mon Sep 10 2001

Jobs: Research Fellow, Univ of Reading, U.K.

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  1. Guy Cook, Discourse Analysis: Research Fellow at Univ of Reading, Berkshire UK

Message 1: Discourse Analysis: Research Fellow at Univ of Reading, Berkshire UK

Date: 10 Sep 2001 09:21:14 -0000
From: Guy Cook <g.cookreading.ac.uk>
Subject: Discourse Analysis: Research Fellow at Univ of Reading, Berkshire UK


Rank of Job: Research Fellow Grade 1A
Areas Required: Discourse Analysis
Other Desired Areas: corpus linguistics, sociolinguistics
University or Organization: University of Reading
Department: School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
State or Province: Berkshire
Country: UK
Final Date of Application: 25th September 2001
Contact: Guy Cook g.cookreading.ac.uk

Address for Applications:
Personnel, University of Reading, Whiteknights, PO Box 217
Reading
Berkshire RG6 6AH
UK

Researcher Grade 1A, spinal point 6 (�19,486 p.a.) (ref R 0180)This
fixed-term one-year post is to conduct research on an ESRC funded
project: 'The presentation of GM crop research to non-specialists: a
case study' (R000223725). Main duties will be the collection and
analysis of interviews and documentation relating to GM crop research.
The successful applicant will have a relevant higher degree
(preferably a PhD in applied or socio-linguistics, or the sociology of
language). Expertise in discourse analysis and/or corpus linguistics
and/or ethnographic research will be an advantage.Informal enquiries
may be made to Professor Guy Cook g.cookreading.ac.uk (0118-9318139)

Application form and further particulars available from:
Personnel Office,
The University of Reading,
Whiteknights,
PO Box 217,
Reading RG6 6AH.
Telephone (0118) 931 6771.
Email personnelreading.ac.uk.
Please quote appropriate reference number.
The job description can be read online at:
http://www.rdg.ac.uk/AcaDepts/cl/slals/cook.htm
Closing date 25th Sept 2001
Interviews 4th Oct 2001
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