Franšoise Salager-Meyer
Franšoise Salager-Meyer
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TitleCited byYear
Hedges and textual communicative function in medical English written discourse
F Salager-Meyer
English for specific purposes 13 (2), 149-170, 1994
A text-type and move analysis study of verb tense and modality distribution in medical English abstracts
F Salager-Meyer
English for specific purposes 11 (2), 93-113, 1992
Scientific publishing in developing countries: Challenges for the future
F Salager-Meyer
Journal of English for academic purposes 7 (2), 121-132, 2008
Discoursal flaws in medical English abstracts: A genre analysis per research-and text-type
F Salager-Meyer
Text-Interdisciplinary journal for the study of discourse 10 (4), 365-384, 1990
The scimitar, the dagger and the glove: Intercultural differences in the rhetoric of criticism in Spanish, French and English medical discourse (1930–1995)
F Salager-Meyer, M┴A Ariza, N Zambrano
English for Specific Purposes 22 (3), 223-247, 2003
I think that perhaps you should: A study of hedges in written scientific discourse
F Salager-Meyer
Functional approaches to written text: Classroom applications 1, 127-143, 1997
Referential behavior in scientific writing: Adiachronic study (1810–1995)
F Salager-Meyer
English for specific purposes 18 (3), 279-305, 1999
Writing and publishing in peripheral scholarly journals: How to enhance the global influence of multilingual scholars?
F Salager-Meyer
Journal of English for Academic Purposes 13, 78-82, 2014
Metaphors in medical English prose: A comparative study with French and Spanish
F Salager-Meyer
English for Specific Purposes 9 (2), 145-159, 1990
Medical English abstracts: How well are they structured?
F Salager‐Meyer
Journal of the American Society for Information Science 42 (7), 528-531, 1991
Advances in medical discourse analysis: Oral and written contexts
M Gotti, F Salager-Meyer
Peter Lang, 2006
Scientific writing
K Hyland, F Salager-Meyer
Annual review of information science and technology 42 (1), 297, 2008
Language Is Not a Physical Object.
F Salager-Meyer
English for Specific Purposes 17 (3), 295-302, 1998
Procrustes' recipe1
F Salager-Meyer
English for Specific Purposes 19 (2), 175-187, 2000
Negative appraisals in academic book reviews: A cross-linguistic approach
F Salager-Meyer, MAA Ariza
Intercultural aspects of specialized communication, 149-172, 2004
Reading expository prose at the post-secondary level: the influence of textual variables on L2 reading comprehension (a genre-based approach)
F Salager-Meyer
Reading in a Foreign Language 8, 645-645, 1991
From self-highlightedness to self-effacement: a genre-based study of the socio-pragmatic function of criticism in medical discourse.
F Salager-Meyer
LSP and professional communication (2001-2008) 1 (2), 2001
Contentiousness in written medical English discourse: A diachronic study (1810–1995)
F Salager-Meyer
Text-Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of Discourse 19 (3), 371-398, 1999
Collegiality, critique and the construction of scientific argumentation in medical book reviews: a diachronic approach
F Salager-Meyer, M┴A Ariza, MP BerbesÝ
Journal of Pragmatics 39 (10), 1758-1774, 2007
Academic criticism in Spanish medical discourse: a cross‐generic approach
F Salager‐Meyer, M┴A Ariza
International Journal of Applied Linguistics 13 (1), 96-114, 2003
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