Insights Into Academic Genres

Insights Into Academic Genres

"Contains selected papers originally presented at the conference on Genre Variation in English Academic Communication: Emerging Trends and Disciplinary Insights, held in Bergamo [Italy] on 23-25 June, 2011."

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