GIALens Volume 4 Number 3

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Participant Reference in a Hortatory Discourse

by Erin MacSaveny
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics Student

Comments on Sorcery in Papua New Guinea
by Karl Franklin, Ph.D.
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics and SIL International

Discourse Features of a Tamang Hortatory Text Based on the RST Analysis
by Sung Woo Lee
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics Student

Mangbetu Tales of Leopard and Azapane: Trickster as Resistance Hero
by Robert G. McKee, Ph.D.
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics

Towards a Description of Descriptive Discourse
by Tim MacSaveny
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics Student