Business linguistics in 21st Century

Authors

  • Abeer Ibrahim Taifor Ministry of Education / Directorate of Education of Najaf

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36317/kaj/2023/v1.i58.12814

Keywords:

Applied, Linguistics, Business, Discourse, 21th, century

Abstract

The  progressing  society requires a development in Applied Linguistics areas. The advent of the 21st century has accompanied globalization in scientific, technical, and economic activities on an international scale, which has magnified the role of English language in international communications. The present study is assigned to trace back the development of business discourse as a new area within Applied Linguistics for studying the language of business people. It defines business discourse and shows how it can be analyzed. The study presents previous studies in this field as well to show the progression of such a linguistic area.

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Published

2023-12-02

How to Cite

Taifor, Abeer. “Business Linguistics in 21st Century”. Kufa Journal of Arts, no. 58, Dec. 2023, pp. 391-05, doi:10.36317/kaj/2023/v1.i58.12814.

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