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Name: Kara  Mariann  Gilbert
Institution: Monash University
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State and/or Country: VIC
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
Selected Publications: Gilbert, K. (2007). The socio-cognitive complexity of learning to argue in disciplinary (con)texts. In Marriott, H., T. Moore & R. Spence-Brown (Eds.), Learning Discourses and the Discourses of Learning, Monash University E-Press, pp. 5.1-5.18. DOI: 10.2104/Id070005

Gilbert, K. (2009). Applications of discourse analysis in medical education: A case of the oral case presentation. Monash University Linguistics Papers (MULP), 6(2): 27-46.

Gilbert, K. and Whyte, G. (2009). viva voce Clinical Reasoning (abstract).医学教育(Supplement: 第41回日本医学教育学会大会大阪) [Medical Education (Japan) Supplement: 41st Annual Congress of the Japan Society for Medical Education], 40: 122.

Gilbert, K. (2005). Argumentation in students’ academic discourse. In David Hitchcock (Ed.), The Uses of Argument. Ontario: Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation (OSSA), ISBN 0-9683461-4-6, pp.129-138.

Gilbert, K. (2005). Methodology in writing research: Towards a socio-cognitive analysis of argumentation in students’ academic discourse. Transcultures Vol. 1, pp.23-38.

Gilbert, K. (2004). A comparison of argument structures in L1 and L2
student writing. Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 14 (1), pp.55-75.

Belanger, P., Gilbert, K. and Goodnight, T. (2010). The apologies of Australia, Canada and the United States to historically subjugated peoples: On argumentation, reconciliation and forgiveness. In J. Ritola (Ed.), Argument Cultures [CD]. University of Windsor: OSSA. (E3)

Gilbert, K. and Whyte, G. (2010). Argument and medicine: A model of reasoning for clinical practice. In J. Ritola (Ed.), Argument Cultures[CD]. University of Windsor: OSSA.

Gilbert, K. (2006). The clinical case presentation: A tool for integrating the teaching of communication skills, clinical reasoning and reflective practice in undergraduate medical students. In M. Lawson, D. Kielgaldie and B Jolly (Eds.), Conference Proceedings of the First International Clinical Skills Conference – May 2005. Melbourne: Centre for Medical and Health Sciences Education, Monash University, pp. 78-80.

Gilbert, K. (2004). The sociocognitive complexity of argument construction: An investigation of Australian and Japanese students' academic writing in English. In T. Suzuki, Y. Yano and T. Kato (eds.) Proceedings of the 2nd Tokyo Conference on Argumentation, Tokyo: The Japan Debate Association, pp.52-58.

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