Posts Tagged ‘Pilar Mur’

Daniel Pascual and Pilar Mur-Dueñas present a combined pragmatic and metadiscursive analysis of research Twitter accounts at MAG 2021

On the first day of MAG 2021, the 3rd edition of the Metadiscourse Across Genres Conference, organised by Universitat Jaume I and the IULMA Institute, Daniel Pascual and Pilar Mur-Dueñas had the opportunity to share their latest research on the digital communication of research projects in Twitter. In their talk, “Tweeting in EU research projects:…

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Pilar Mur Dueñas

Pilar Mur Dueñas I am a senior lecturer in the Department of English and German Studies at the Universidad de Zaragoza (Spain). My research focuses on the analysis of multilingual scholars’ discursive practices in English. I have explored scholars’ publication practices looking into academic genres from an intercultural perspective. My more recent research focuses on…

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Daniel Pascual And Pilar Mur Dueñas give a session on digital texts in the EFL class as part of our Linguistic Corner activities

14th February 2019. In this session, we invited students to deal with the characteristics of digital genres that are commonly employed nowadays, and should be introduced in the language classroom, such as blogs. After discussing their communicative purposes and their similar and different affordances with other digital genres, we focused on some pedagogical and methodological…

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CERLIS 2018: Pilar Mur. Knowledge Transfer and Knowledge Exchange in Academia

Mur-Dueñas, Pilar: “Knowledge dissemination through research project websites: engaging and interacting with a wide audience” Abstract Academics are currently not only required to produce primary output, i.e. peer-reviewed research articles, chapters or books, which constitutes certified and legitimised knowledge, and on which their status and reputation lie (Puschmann 2015), but they are increasingly pressed to…

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CLAVIER 2017: Representing and Redefining Specialised Knowledge

Mur-Dueñas, Pilar: “Academics’ digital discursive practices in English: A genre-based analysis of the websites of international research projects” Abstract Academics’ discursive practices are becoming more and more varied and demanding as it seems to be increasingly necessary not only to get one’s research results published in English high-impact journals, but also to disseminate research outcomes…

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