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Open Access Drie (andere) domeinen in het onderzoek naar Taal & Communicatie

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Three (other) domains in research in Language and Communication

In this article I propose my view on the main research domains in language and communication. The first domain is concentrated on characteristics of communication products and the effects on a broad range of variables. Special attention is needed for the context of mandated disclosure, with guidelines for communication formulated by governments and managers. In this domain our research not only helps to improve communication practice, but also might criticize naïve presuppositions. The second domain is concentrated on processes of communication. The third domain is related to the context of training and education. Finally, the traditional Dutch label for research in language and communication (taalbeheersing) is criticized.
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Keywords: communication product; education; language and communication; mandated disclosure; process; training

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2018

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  • Het Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing verschijnt drie keer per jaar en biedt een platform aan taalbeheersers om de resultaten van wetenschappelijk onderzoek naar taal- en tekstgebruik te publiceren. Het onderzoek waarover gerapporteerd wordt, richt zich zowel op schriftelijke als mondelinge taalvaardigheid, op begrijpelijk en/of effectief taalgebruik, op vormen en functies van verschillende tekstgenres en op taalkundige kenmerken van communicatie. Het tijdschrift biedt ruimte aan onderzoek vanuit verschillende disciplines zoals taalwetenschap, tekstwetenschap, conversatie-analyse, communicatiewetenschap, psychologie, onderwijskunde, argumentatietheorie en retorica.

    The Dutch-language journal Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing is a platform for academics to publish research results about the use of language and texts. The research focuses on written and oral language skills, on understandable and/or effective language usage, on characteristics of different text genres and on characteristics of texts in communication.
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