ISSN (printed): 0165-4888. ISSN (electronic): 1613-4117.
Discontinued. Continued by Text & Talk (1860-7330). Since its inception in 1981, Text has established itself as an internationally recognized forum for interdisciplinary research on all aspects of discourse (e.g., the situational and historical nature of text production, the cognitive and sociocultural processes of language practice, participant-based structures of negotiation and linguistic selection). TEXT aims: to challenge through critique and debate the tenets of discourse research across disciplinary boundaries, both in terms of theoretical output and practical outcomes; to encourage dissemination of scholarly work in under-represented domains (e.g. communication science, artificial intelligence, forensic linguistics, rhetoric and composition, stylistics, narratives, institutional ethnography, sociology of science); to remain independent of any individual or group ideology, while encouraging in equal measure the use of discourse to challenge discourse orthodoxy; to maintain a revitalized specialist board and an expanded advisory board consisting of well-known discourse scholars; to produce annual TEXT review issues to consolidate discourse-related research publications, including book series.
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