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LINGUIST List 17.561

Mon Feb 20 2006

Qs: Text/Genre Conventions-Spanish

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        1.    Eva-María Romero Pérez, Text/Genre Conventions-Spanish

Message 1: Text/Genre Conventions-Spanish
Date: 20-Feb-2006
From: Eva-María Romero Pérez <evaromerogmx.de>
Subject: Text/Genre Conventions-Spanish

Dear all,

I am looking for literature about communicative conventions in Spanish
letters to shareholders (or annual reports). Are there language-specific
characteristics which distinguish Spanish texts from - say English letters
to shareholders? Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance.

Eva-María Romero Pérez

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

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