Growing a research culture in language, literacy and communications

Pearson Education
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Conference Proceeding
Intercultural Communications Across University Settings: Myths and Realities, 2008, pp. 263 - 275
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Within Australian universities, language, literacy and communications (LLC) lecturers have often led a marginal existence: working in a traditionally female dominated field, supporting marginalised students, focusing on pragmatic 'skilIs' rather·than academic 'content', prioritising teaching at the expense a/developing research. In light ofthese conditions, how do LLC lecturers define or describe a research agenda?
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