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Marina Dossena

 

Dossena, Marina 2011. ’Handwritten Communication in Nineteenth-century Business Correspondence.’ In Jucker, Andreas H. / Pahta, Päivi (eds). Communicating Early English Manuscripts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 133-146. ISBN 9780521193290.

 

Dossena, Marina 2011. ‘Colliers, Farmers, Strikers. The Discussion of Work-related Themes in Late Modern Scottish Letters and Diaries.’ Revista de Lenguas para Fines Específicos (LFE) 17, Autumn 2011. Special Issue: Diachronic English for Specific Purposes. Guest editors: Francisco Alonso-Almeida / M. Sandra Marrero-Morales, 319-340. ISSN: 1133-1127.

 

Dossena, Marina 2011. ‘Power to the Singers: Scots, English, Politics and Policies. The Bottle Imp, Issue 9, May 2011. ISSN 1754-1514, http://www.arts.gla.ac.uk/ScotLit/ASLS/SWE/TBI/TBIIssue9/Dossena.html.

 

Dossena, Marina 2010. ‘‘Be pleased to report expressly’: The Development of Public Style English in 19th-century Business and Official Correspondence.’ In Hickey, Raymond (ed.) Eighteenth-Century English. Ideology and Change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 293-308. ISBN: 9780521887649.

 

Dossena, Marina 2010. ‘Building Trust through (Self-)Appraisal in 19th-century Business Correspondence.’ In Pahta, Päivi / Nevala, Minna / Nurmi, Arja / Palander-Collin, Minna (eds) Social Roles and Language Practices in Late Modern English. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 191-209. ISBN: 9789027254405.

 

Dossena, Marina 2010. ‘‘We beg to suggest’: Features of Legal English in Late Modern Business Letters.’ In Brownlees, Nicholas / Del Lungo, Gabriella / Denton, John (eds). The Language of Public and Private Communication in a Historical Perspective. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 46-64. ISBN: 978-1-4438-2141-4.

 

Dossena, Marina 2008. ‘Prescriptivism a Century Ago: Business Correspondence Taught to Emigrants – A Case Study’. In Beal, Joan / Nocera, Carmela / Sturiale, Massimo (eds), Perspectives on Prescriptivism. Bern: Peter Lang, 41-58. ISBN: 978-3-03911-632-4.

 

Dossena, Marina 2008. ‘“We beg leave to refer to your decision”: Pragmatic Traits of Nineteenth-century Business Correspondence’. In Dossena, Marina / Tieken-Boon van Ostade, Ingrid (eds). Studies in Late Modern English Correspondence: Methodology and Data. Bern: Peter Lang, 235-255.

 

Dossena, Marina 2008. ‘‘The times they’re a-changing’: The Abolition of Feudal Tenure (Scotland) Act 2000 and Linguistic Strategies of Popularization’. In Bhatia, Vijay / Candlin, Christopher / Evangelisti Allori, Paola (eds), Language, Culture and the Law. The Formulation of Legal Concepts across Systems and Cultures. Bern: Peter Lang, 187-206. (LI 64, ISBN 978-3-03911-470-2).

 

Dossena, Marina 2007, ‘Scots in Institutional Discourse: "Walcome til the Scottish Pairlament Wabsite"’. In N. Fairclough / G. Cortese / P. Ardizzone, (eds), Discourse and Contemporary Social Change. Bern, Peter Lang, 213-231.

 

Dossena, Marina 2006, Business and Official Correspondence: Historical Investigations. M. Dossena / S.M. Fitzmaurice (eds), Bern, Peter Lang.

 

Dossena, Marina 2006, Variation in Business and Economics Discourse: Diachronic and Genre Perspectives. G. Del Lungo / M. Dossena / B. Crawford Camiciottoli (eds), Rome, Officina.

 

Dossena, Marina 2006, Diachronic Perspectives on Domain-Specific English. M. Dossena / I. Taavitsainen (eds). Bern, Peter Lang.

 

Dossena, Marina 2006, ‘Stance and Authority in Nineteenth-century Bank Correspondence – A Case Study’, in M. Dossena / S. Fitzmaurice (eds), Business and Official Correspondence: Historical Investigations, Bern, Peter Lang, 175-192.

 

Dossena, Marina 2006, ‘Forms of Self-representation in 19th-century Business Letters’, in M. Dossena / I. Taavitsainen (eds), Diachronic Perspectives on Domain-Specific English, Bern, Peter Lang, 173-190.

 

Dossena, Marina 2006, ‘Doing Business in Nineteenth-century Scotland: Expressing Authority, Conveying Stance’, IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication. Special issue on Insights from Corpus Linguistics for Professional Communication.  Guest editor: Thomas Orr, University of Aizu (Japan), 49/3 (September 2006), 246-253.

 

Dossena, Marina 2006, ‘19CSC, ICAMET and the Diachronic Study of Specialized Discourse in Correspondence’, in C. Mair / R. Heuberger (eds), Corpora and the History of English, Heidelberg, Winter, 65-77.

 

Dossena, Marina 2006, ‘All that Glitters: Information and Persuasion in Political Websites’, in N. Vasta (ed.), Forms of Promotion: Texts, Contexts and Cultures, Bologna, Pàtron, 125-141.

 

Dossena, Marina 2005, ‘Apud acta: The Contribution of Latin to Scots Legal Vocabulary’, ESP Across Cultures 2, 47-57.

 

Dossena, Marina 2004, ‘Towards a corpus of nineteenth-century Scottish correspondence’, Linguistica e Filologia 18, 195-214.

 

Dossena, Marina 2003, ‘Arbitration in Scotland: Local Specificity and International Homogeneity’, in V. Bhatia / C. Candlin / M. Gotti (eds), Legal Discourse in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts: Arbitration Texts in Europe, Bern, Lang, 87-109.

 

Dossena, Marina 2003, ‘Modality and Argumentative Discourse in the Darien Pamphlets’, in M. Dossena / C. Jones (eds), Insights into Late Modern English, Bern, Lang, 283-310.

 

Dossena, Marina 2002, ‘Sides of the Same Coin: Ellipsis, Redundancy and Political Discourse in Institutional Websites’, in G. Iamartino / M. Bignami / C. Pagetti (eds), The Economy Principle in English: Linguistic, Literary, and Cultural Perspectives, Milano, Unicopli, 122-136.

 

Dossena, Marina 2002, Conflict and Negotiation in Specialized Texts, in M. Gotti / D. Heller / M. Dossena (eds), Bern, Peter Lang.

 

Dossena, Marina 2001, ‘For the aduancement of the commoun weilth: Hypotheses in Scots Scientific Discourse of the 16th-17th Centuries. A Preliminary Investigation’, Scottish Language, 20, 47-65.

 

Dossena, Marina 2001, ‘‘‘Committed Wittingly Willinglie and of Purpose’’: Exclusiveness and Intensification through Non-Verbal Modality in Early Modern English Legal Texts’, in Modality in Specialized Texts, M. Gotti / M. Dossena (eds), Bern, Lang, 113-131.

 

Dossena, Marina 2001, ‘Aspetti pragmatici del testo specialistico: esperienze didattiche relative alla lingua inglese’, in Quale profilo per un curriculum linguistico aziendale?, a cura di G. Garzone, Bologna, CLUEB, 191-201.

 

Dossena, Marina 2001, Modality in Specialized Texts, a cura di M. Gotti / M. Dossena, Bern, Peter Lang.

 

Dossena, Marina 2000, ‘Teacher Training through Technology: Trainer Discourse and the Use of Video’, in Multimodality and Multimediality in the Distance Learning Age, a cura di A. Baldry, Campobasso, Palladino, 143-149