Academic book series

Our staff members are editing well-established and highly regarded academic book series in areas where our research has been especially distinctive: Discourse Studies, Literacy Studies, and Corpus Linguistics.

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Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture

Ruth WodakGreg Myers, and Johann Unger are general editors for the book series Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture (DAPSAC) published by John Benjamins.

The editors invite contributions that investigate political, social and cultural processes from a linguistic/discourse-analytic point of view. The aim is to publish monographs and edited volumes which combine language-based approaches with disciplines concerned essentially with human interaction - disciplines such as political science, international relations, social psychology, social anthropology, sociology, economics, and gender studies. More than 50 books have been published since the establishment of the series in 2002. The most recent book in the series is Analyzing Genres in Political Communication: Theory and practice, edited by Piotr Cap and Urszula Okulska.

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Literacies

David Barton is the editor for the book series Literacies, published by Routledge since 1999.

Literacies book series is being developed in response to the burgeoning research and scholarship in the field of literacy studies, and its increasingly interdisciplinary nature. The aim of Literacies is to publish books on reading and writing which consider literacy as a social practice and which situate reading and writing within their broader institutional contexts. Until now, 16 books have been published in the series and the next book titledDigital Literacies by Julia Gillen will come out in 2014.

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Advances in Corpus Linguistics

Tony McEnery co-edits the Routledge series Advances in Corpus Linguistics (with Michael Hoey).

Corpus based linguistics is a dynamic area of linguistic research and the series aims to reflect the diversity of approaches to the subject. The series includes several contributions from our staff members, most recently Public Discourses of Gay Men by Paul Baker.

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