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LINGUIST List 20.491

Mon Feb 16 2009

Qs: Book for Teaching Discourse Analysis

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        1.    Alireza Khormaei, Book for Teaching Discourse Analysis

Message 1: Book for Teaching Discourse Analysis
Date: 14-Feb-2009
From: Alireza Khormaei <khoalireza23gmail.com>
Subject: Book for Teaching Discourse Analysis
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I wonder if anybody can advise me on a good textbook or non-textbook for
teaching discourse analysis to MA students in linguistics covering all the
basic areas.

With Regards
Alireza Kgormaei

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

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