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  1. Prologue

    Molina Plaza, Silvia
    The 33rd International Conference of the Spanish Association of Applied Linguistics (AESLA) –XXXII Congreso Internacional de la Asociación Española de Lingüística Aplicada – was organized by the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid in 16-18 April 2015. The Conference, which was attended by over 500 participants, provided an international forum to multimodality so as to give a better understanding of this complex interdisciplinary area. The purpose of this Conference, “Multimodal Communication in the 21st Century: Professional and Academic Challenges”, was to study diverse communication practices in terms of the textual, aural, linguistic, spatial, and visual resources - or modes - used to...
    (application/pdf) - 29-ago-2017

  2. Verbal and Non-Verbal Markers of Root Modality in EU Maritime Affairs and Fisheries vs. Agriculture and Rural Development Reports and Studies: An Overview

    Molina Plaza, Silvia
    This paper examines different options used by writers in reports and studies to control information from two departments of the European Commission: EU Maritime Affairs and Fisheries and Agriculture and Rural Development, using the web as corpus. These two Directorates or Commissions have the power of initiative, are responsible for policy formulation and policy implementation. Two comparable sub-corpora of reports and studies have been selected from the two Directorates. Fifteen markers related to key areas of root modal expression are presented: modalevaluative adjectives like essential, necessary, suitable and appropriate (Van linden 2012); the semi- modals (e.g. have to, be able...
    (application/pdf) - 29-ago-2017

  3. Teaching Performative Verbs and Nouns in EU Maritime Regulations

    Molina Plaza, Silvia
    This paper is concerned with performative speech acts in European Union fisheries legislation with a view to relating the semantic analysis of directive and expressive speech act verbs to politeness strategies for the management of positive and negative face. The performative verbs used in directive and expressive speech acts belong to the semantic domain of communication verbs. The directive verbs occurring in the material are: appeal, authorize, call upon, conclude, invite, promise, request, urge and warn while the expressive verbs are: congratulate, express (gratitude), pay (tribute) and thank. The semantic analysis of directive verbs draws on Leech's framework for illocutionary...
    (application/pdf) - 29-ago-2017

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