Emma Robinson; Sophie Robinson: What Does it Mean? Discourse, Text, Culture: An Introduction
McGraw Hill, Sydney, 2003. . Binding: Softcover. Book Condition: Very Good Condition. Size: 28cm x 21cm. 109 pages. Book is in Very Good Minus condition, by which we mean it has some marks of age and/or wear from light handling, but is still a desirable copy. Occasional soil mark throughout. Shelf and edge wear to covers. Light creasing to covers. Previous owner’s signature on small sticker on first page. Light bumping to corners. The authors of this book rightly propose that high school level English has become a more complicated and demanding subject, especially for those seeking to excel in the political and social sciences in university. Advanced critical and literary skills now need to be complemented by understanding of cultural theories of race, gender, ideology, nationhood and discourse, and with knowledge of how to apply these to texts. This book provides a digestible and practical introduction to such theories and practices, and is a valuable asset to any student seeking to excel in high school and university. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: .32 kilos. ISBN: 0074712594. ISBN/EAN: 9780074712597. Inventory No: 0000452.
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