Functional Linguistics is a peer-reviewed open access journal published under the SpringerOpen brand. It provides a platform for scholars to explore language and linguistic issues from a functional and meaning-oriented perspective. The journal publishes scholarly articles and reviews in the broad area of functional studies, with a special focus on systemic functional linguistics. Areas to be covered in this journal include: language and context, functional grammar, semantic variation, discourse analysis, multimodality, register and genre analysis, educational linguistics, etc.
David Banks (September 2017)
Using the Appraisal framework to analyze source use in essays: a case study of engagement and dialogism in two undergraduate students’ writing
Miki Mori (August 2017)
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