Handbook Of Business Communication

Author: Gerlinde Mautner
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 1614514860
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In spite of the day-to-day relevance of business communication, it remains underrepresented in standard handbooks and textbooks on applied linguistics. The present volume introduces readers to a wide variety of linguistic studies of business communication, ranging from traditional LSP approaches to contemporary discourse-based work, and from the micro-level of lexical choice to macro-level questions of language policy and culture.

The Business Communication Handbook

Author: Judith Dwyer
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781442502666
Size: 66.58 MB
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The ability to apply written, oral and interpersonal communication skills are essential if you are to succeed in your chosen career. Successful people are able to apply and adjust these skills to suit the various situations they encounter in the workplace. The eighth edition of THE BUSINESS COMMUNICATION HANDBOOK builds on the previous editions to provide an understanding of communication principles that can then be applied in the workplace. This user-friendly text is divided into four parts: Workplace Communication, Workplace Relationships, Workplace Documents and Career Development. Each chapter includes learning objectives and a list of key terms at the beginning of each chapter, margin notes to highlight key ideas, a comprehensive glossary and end-of-chapter summaries that review the essential concepts presented in the chapter. Coverage of employability skills has also been incorporated into the new edition, with Ready For Work activities at the end of each section that enable students to reflect on their readiness for work and career advancement or promotion. A Companion Website at pearsoned.com.au/dwyer provides further online resources for teachers and students and includes: True/False questions, Internet exercises, Good/Bad practice and research topic questions. This provides teachers with additional assessments and tasks, an exam revision tool and the opportunity to integrate technology into course delivery.

The Elements Of International English Style

Author: Edmond H. Weiss
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317457226
Size: 12.56 MB
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This easy-to-use handbook is an essential resource for anyone who needs to write English correspondence for an international business audience. In an engaging, accessible style it integrates the theory and controversies of intercultural communication with the practical skills of writing and editing English for those who read it as a second language. The book emphasizes principles of simplicity and clarity, proper etiquette, cultural sensitivity, appropriate layout and typography, and more to increase the chances that a text prepared by a native English speaker will be better understood by a non-native speaker. It also updates traditional advice with new insights into "e-mail culture." Equally useful for students and professionals in business communication, marketing communication, and international business, The Elements of International English Style is filled with realistic examples, problems, and projects, including: 57 specific tactics to internationalize one's English; hundreds of before-and-after comparisons showing the effects of editing for an international audience; models of international correspondence; practical discussion questions and work projects; useful resources for further study, including books, articles, and websites.

Catalog Of Copyright Entries Third Series

Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office
Publisher: Copyright Office, Library of Congress
ISBN:
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Includes Part 1, Number 1: Books and Pamphlets, Including Serials and Contributions to Periodicals (January - June)

The Storyteller S Candle

Author: Lucía M. González
Publisher: Children's Book Press
ISBN: 9780892392223
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During the early days of the Great Depression, New York City's first Puerto Rican librarian, Pura Belprâe, introduces the public library to immigrants living in El Barrio and hosts the neighborhood's first Three Kings' Day fiesta.