SOME ASPECTS OF LEGAL LANGUAGE RESEARCH

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  • ARUSYAK HARUTYUNYAN National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia

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https://doi.org/10.24234/miopap.v6i3.164

Abstract

Teaching English for Specific Purposes (ESP) has emerged as a significant movement within the field of English language education. In the literature, most commonly quoted definitions of ESP are those put forward by Hutchinson and Waters , Strevens and Robinson.

Author Biography

ARUSYAK HARUTYUNYAN, National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia

Foreign Affairs Department Head of International Scientific–Educational Center, National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia, ESP Lecturer

References

1. Hutchinson, T. and A. Waters (1987) English for Specific Purposes: a learning– centered approach,Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2. Strevens, P.(1988) ESP after twenty years: A re–appraisal. In ESP: State of the Art, M. Tickoo (Ed.), 1–13. Singapore: SEAM EG Regional Language Centre.
3. Robinson, P. (1991) ESP Today: A Practitioner’s Guide, New York: Prentice Hall. Robinson, S. (1973) Drafting its substance and teaching. In Journal of Legal Education, 25: 514–37.
4. Hopkins, A. and Dudley–Evans (1988) A genre–based investigation of the discussion sections in articles and dissertations. In English for Specific Purposes, 7: 113–22.
5. Spolsky, ? (1998) Sociolinguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
6. Trappes–Lomax, H. (2004) Discourse Analysis. In The Handbook of Applied Linguistics, A. Davies and C. Elder (Eds.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.
7. Hyland, K. (2003) Book Review. Genre in the classroom: multiple perspectives. Ann M. John (Ed.). In English for Specific Purposes, 22: 213–219.

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Published

2014-12-20

How to Cite

HARUTYUNYAN, A. . . (2014). SOME ASPECTS OF LEGAL LANGUAGE RESEARCH. Main Issues Of Pedagogy And Psychology, 6(3), 79-82. https://doi.org/10.24234/miopap.v6i3.164

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