In this book, Stroik and Putnam take on Turing's challenge. They argue that the narrow syntax – the lexicon, the Numeration, and the computational system – must reside, for reasons of conceptual necessity, within the performance systems.
Critical Discourse Studies have released the fourth virtual special issue in the
series which has been running throughout 2012. This issue is now available to read
online, along with a full introduction to the series by Editor, John E. Richardson.
This theme of this virtual special issue is ‘Critical Approaches to Genre and
Hybridity’ and features seven specially selected articles from the journal which the
editor felt best reflected this theme.
The virtual special issue features the following articles (articles marked with an *
are free to access):
Rendering Equality and Diversity Policies in UK Higher Education Institutions*
Politics of Mitigation
The Teaching and Culture of Household Spanish: Understanding Racist
Reproduction in 'Domestic' Discourse*
Arab and American Computer War Games: The Influence of a Global Technology
Performing Citizenship on YouTube: Activism, Satire and Online Debate Around
the Anti-Islam Video 'Fitna'*
Generic Characteristics of the Office of the High Representative's Press Releases