Applied linguist Susan Conrad looks to engineering writing to highlight differences between theoretical and practical communication.
Susan Conrad, Professor of Applied Linguistics at Portland State University, shares her research on the applications of register analysis to civil engineering writing. Conrad uses multidimensional analysis to disentangle distinctions between personal and impersonal language in academic civil engineering writing and practitioner reports, revealing significant differences between theoretical and applied approaches to the field.
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