'Language and Discipline Perspectives on Academic Discourse' Kjersti Fløttum (Ed.)


  • Alfredo A. Ferreira University of British Columbia
  • Lene Nordrum Lund University




academic discourse


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How to Cite

Ferreira, A., & Nordrum, L. (2015). ’Language and Discipline Perspectives on Academic Discourse’ Kjersti Fløttum (Ed.). Linguistics and the Human Sciences, 10(2), 170–188. https://doi.org/10.1558/lhs.v10i2.28551