Research Proposal for the Application of Critical Discourse Analysis to the Study of Learning Cultures

Journal of Critical Realism 10 (4):527-542 (2011)
This desk-based-study explores, on the basis of a Critical Realist perspective, the possibility to integrate the concept of Learning Cultures within the scope of Critical Discourse Analysis. It proposes a theoretical framework to support and guide the use of textual analysis in the study of Learning Cultures and highlights new opportunities to study technology enhanced learning communities and communities of practice, leveraging on Corpora Analysis and Metaphor Individuation Procedures
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DOI 10.1558/jcr.v10i4.527
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