Tag: Disciplinary

Genre Knowledge in Disciplinary Communication Cognitionculturepower

Carol Berkenkotter, Thomas N. Huckin, "Genre Knowledge in Disciplinary Communication: Cognition/culture/power"
English | 1994 | ISBN: 0805816127, 0805816119 | EPUB | pages: 208 | 4.8 mb
Although genre studies abound in literary criticism, researchers and scholars interested in the social contexts of literacy have recently become interested in the dynamic, rhetorical dimensions of speech genres. Within this burgeoning scholarly community, the authors are among the first researchers working within social science traditions to study genre from the perspective of the implicit knowledge of language users. Thus, this is the first sociocognitive study of genre using case-study, naturalistic research methods combined with the techniques of rhetorical and discourse analysis. The term "genre knowledge" refers to an individual’s repertoire of situationally appropriate responses to recurrent situations – from immediate encounters to distanced communication through the medium of print, and more recently, the electronic media. One way to study the textual character of disciplinary knowledge is to examine both the situated actions of writers, and the communicative systems in which disciplinary actors participate. These two perspectives are presented in this book.


Wellbeing and Schooling Cross Cultural and Cross Disciplinary Perspectives

Wellbeing and Schooling: Cross Cultural and Cross Disciplinary Perspectives by Ros McLellan
English | EPUB | 2022 | 220 Pages | ISBN : 3030952045 | 3.1 MB
Collectively, the research presented in this book revisits, challenges, and rearticulates taken-for-granted wellbeing conceptualisations, policies and intervention frameworks, as critical discussion of wellbeing in relation to children and young people from a variety of socio-cultural, political, and economic settings is still relatively sparse. The contributions work synergistically to generate a sophisticated understanding of children’s wellbeing while introducing fresh and context-sensitive approaches.