Publishing Partner: Cambridge University Press CUP Extra Publisher Login
amazon logo
More Info

The LINGUIST List is dedicated to providing information on language and language analysis, and to providing the discipline of linguistics with the infrastructure necessary to function in the digital world. LINGUIST is a free resource, run by linguistics students and faculty, and supported primarily by your donations. Please support LINGUIST List during the 2016 Fund Drive.

Personal Directory Information

Name: Helmut  Gruber
Institution: Universität Wien
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: Austria   
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Specialty: Language and Politics, Critical Discourse Analysis, Language in the Media, Academic Writing
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: Gruber, H. (2000a): Scholarly E-mail Discussion List Posting: a single new genre of academic communication? In: Pemberton, Lyn/ Shurville, Simon (eds): Words on the Web. Computer Mediated Communication. Exeter, Portland: intellect, 36-44.

Gruber, H. (2000b): Theme and intertextuality in scholarly e-mail messages. Functions of Language, 7/1, 79-115.

Gruber, H. (2001a): Questions and strategic orientation in verbal conflict sequences. Journal of Pragmatics 33, 1815-1857.

Gruber, H. (2002): Sprache und Bildung. Die Union 1/02 (= Themenheft: EU: Sprachenvielfalt und Mehrsprachigkeit), 61-71.

Gruber, H. (2004a): Scholar or consultant? Implicit writers' roles in seminar papers of Austrian business students. Erscheint in: Ravelli, Louise/ Ellis, Robert (eds): Analysing Academic Writing. Contextualised Frameworks London: Continuum, 45-66.

Gruber, H. (2004c): The 'conversation on Austria' a televised representation of Austria's inner condition after the national conservative 'Wende'. In: Journal of Language and Politics, 3/2, 267-292.

Gruber, H. (2004d): Introduction: Language and political change: Micro- and macro-aspects of a contested relationship? Journal of Language and Politics, 3/2, 175-188 (gem. m. F. Menz).

Gruber, H. (2004e): Welchen Beitrag kann die (Text-) Linguistik zur Qualitätsbeurteilung studentischen Schreibens liefern? In S. Göpferich & J. Engberg (Hrsg.), Die Qualität fachsprachlicher Kommunikation. Tübingen: Narr, 103-139.

Gruber, H. (2005a): WirtschaftswissenschafterInnen und JuristInnen lernen schreiben: Wissenstransfer zwischen Sprachwissenschaft und JungassistentInnen der Wiener Wirtschaftsuniversität am Beispiel eines Schreibtrainings. In: Antos, G./ Wichter, S. (Hrsg): Wissenstransfer durch Sprache als gesellschaftliches Problem. Frankfurt/ Main: Peter Lang Verlag, 91-103.

Gruber, H. (2005b): Generic and rhetorical structures: two sides of the same coin? In: Gruber, H./ Muntigl, P. (Hrsg.) (2005): Approaches to Genre. Berlin: de Gruyter (Special issue of “Folia Linguistica”, Folia Linguistica XXXIX/ 1-2), 75-115. (gem. m. P. Muntigl).

Gruber, H. (2005c): Introduction: Approaches to Genre. In: Gruber, H./ Muntigl, P. (Hrsg.) (2005): Approaches to Genre. Berlin: de Gruyter (Special issue of “Folia Linguistica”, Folia Linguistica XXXIX/ 1-2), 1-19. (gem. m. P. Muntigl).

Gruber, H. (2006a): Rhetorical Structure Theory and quality assessment of students’ texts. Information Design Journal & Document Design, 14/2, 114-129.

Gruber, H. (2006b): Ein linguistisch orientiertes Schreibtraining für junge Wirtschaftswissen¬schafterInnen. In: Kissling, W./ Perko, G. (Hrsg): Wissenschaftliches Schreiben im Studium. Innsbruck: Studienverlag, 113-125.

Gruber, H. (2006c): The lexical dimension of (written) genres. A study of Austrian University students’ term papers. In: Sica, G. (ed): Open Problems in Linguistics and Lexicography. Monza: Polimetrica International Scientific Publisher, 97-123.

Gruber, H. (2007a): Students’ Academic Writing at two Austrian Universities. In: Gruber/ Doleschal (Hrsg): Wissenschaftliches Schreiben abseits des englischen Mainstreams/ Academic Writing in Languages Other than English. Frankfurt/ Main et al.: Peter Lang Verlag: 82-104. (with M. Rheindorf)

Gruber, H. (2007b): Rhetorical Structure Theory and Text Analysis. In: Gruber/ Kaltenbacher/ Muntigl (Hrsg): Empirieorientierte Ansätze der Diskursanalyse im Vergleich. Frankfurt/ Main et al.: Peter Lang Verlag, 51-89.
Announced on LINGUIST :  The Pragmatics of Discourse Coherence

Add to Linguist Directory Update your entry