Rhetoric, Professional Communication, and Globalization

This Journal publishes articles on the theory, practice, and teaching of professional communication in critical global contexts. Articles can take a variety of forms, including formal empirical studies, illustrative case studies, book, software, and academic program review, and curriculum development. The Journal is primarily cross cultural, concentrating on how professionals from a variety of cultural and rhetorical traditions communicate with each other across a range of contexts using various communication media.


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Vol 6 (2014)

Special Edition, Spanish-English writing in the Americas

Special Edition Editors
Barry Thatcher, New Mexico State University, USA
Lucia Dura, University of Texas-El Paso, USA
Rosa Maria Funderburk Razo, Fraser International College, Vancouver, Canada
Hilda Hidalgo, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo, México

Table of Contents


The discourse of first year writers at Border sites: Discerning the transcultural, bilinguistic strategies of English Language Learners in college PDF
Beatrice Mendez Newman 1-21
Non-convergent literacy practices and Dominican students in the U.S. PDF
Andrea Parmegiani, Sharon Utakis 22-37
Writing the literature review: Two Mexican novice writers’ challenges PDF
Hilda Hidalgo, Rosa Maria Funderburk Razo 38-55
Writing and rhetoric along the U.S.-Mexico Border PDF
Barry Thatcher, Kelly Medina-Lopez, Omar Montoya 56-87
Metadiscourse in book reviews in English and Brazilian Portuguese: A corpus-based analysis PDF
Luciana Junqueira, Viviana Cortes 88-109
La variedad local en la enseñanza del español en EEUU: una propuesta pedagogica PDF
Rebeca Acevedo 110-127
Multilingual writers in the Mexican sociocultural context: Towards improved pedagogical practices in the U.S. PDF
Virginia LoCastro 128-154

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ISSN: 2153-9480