Лінгвістична генологія наукової комунікації.
Яхонтова Т. В.
Львів: Видавничий центр ЛНУ ім. І. Франка
У монографії осмислено сутність жанрів наукового спіл­кування як соціокомунікативних, соціокогнітивних та мовних фено­ме­нів, роз­роблено процедуру жанрового аналізу, досліджено різні жанри сучас­ного англо­мовного наукового дискурсу, показано варіативність та динаміку процесів жан­ротворення, проаналізовано роль прагматичних чинників у фор­муванні жанрових ознак наукових текстів, запропоновано жанрову лінгво­ди­дактичну модель на­вчання англомовної наукової комунікації. Для філологів і фахівців у галузях риторики, теорії комунікації, куль­турології, філософії наукового знання, педагогіки.

Academic Discourse / Ed. by Flowerdew J. – London and New York: Longman, 2002.  
This volume consists of a number of articles, all dealing with discourse analysis in academic contexts. The organization of the book reflects four current research paradigms: genre analysis, contrastive rhetoric, corpus-based analysis, and ethnographic approaches. The authors of the volume are internationally recognized scholars from different educational and cultural environments (Australia, Eritrea, Hong Kong, Singapore, Spain, Sri Lanka, UK, Ukraine, and USA) who represent both native speakers’ and nonnative speakers’ perspectives on English academic discourse studies.

Connor U. Contrastive Rhetoric: Cross-cultural Aspects of Second-language Writing. – Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.
This book summarizes research in the field of contrastive rhetoric, that is an area of inquiry which identifies problems encountered by second language writers and, by referring to their mother tongue rhetorical strategies, tries to explain these problems. Contrastive Rhetoric is a fundamental resource for scholars and teachers interested in cultural aspects of writing.

Culture and Styles of Academic Discourse / Ed. by A. Duszak. – Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1997.
This collection of articles (written by scholars from Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Malaysia, Poland, Russia, Ukraine and USA) presents intersection of cultural studies and analysis of academic discourses. The book consists of three parts. The first part deals with general issues related to the role of cultural values in transmitting knowledge. Papers in the second part focus on interpersonal meanings in academic discourse. The final part concentrates on variation in academic genres.

Dudley E., St. John M. J. Developments in English for Specific Purposes: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach. – Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998. 

Mauranen A. Cultural Differences in Academic Rhetoric. – Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1993. 
This book is a comparative study of rhetorical features of the texts produced by English and Finnish writers. It provides a thoroughly elaborated methodological framework. The results of the investigation indicate that research writing styles are culture-dependent, and that they need to be investigated with textlinguistic tools.

Research Perspectives on English for Academic Purposes / Ed. by Flowerdew J., Peacock M. – Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. 
This collection of articles offers a state-of-the-art description of research in the field of English for Academic Purposes (EAP). Contributors to the volume describe the history of EAP research, its theoretical foundations, cultural and ideological aspects, current issues, and approaches to teaching. The book is a comprehensive reference source for applied linguists, EAP practitioners and researchers in related fields.

Swales J. M. Genre Analysis: English in Academic and Research Settings. – Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990.
Genre Analysis has become one of the most influential books in the field of applied linguistics. It introduces current genre concept, provides an excellent working definition of genre, and analyzes, both rhetorically and linguistically, many leading genres of English academic discourse. This “classical” work is a must for every student, researcher, and teacher working in the fields of genre studies and English for Academic Purposes.

Swales J. M. Research Genres: Exploration and Applications. – Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. 
This monograph is a sequel to the famous Genre Analysis, which further explores theoretical and methodological issues related to the concept of genre. The book considers such underinvestigated genres, as dissertations and dissertation defenses, and critically evaluates contrastive rhetoric and applied corpus linguistics. The monograph is highly recommended to researchers and students in applied linguistics.