Dr Clyde Ancarno
Telephone:+44 (0)2920 879313
Location:Percival Building – Room 5.13 (5th Floor)
Intercultural communication in cosmopolitan workplaces in the tourism and health sectors, newspaper discourse, computer-mediated communication.
In press. Book review: The discourse of politics in action: Politics as usual (Ruth Wodak). To appear in Qualitative Research in Oct. 2013.
2011. Press representations of successful public apologies in Britain and France. Language Studies Working Papers3. p. 3-15.
2005. The style of academic emails and conventional letters: Contrastive analysis of four conversational routines. Ibérica 9 p. 193-122.
AHRC-funded Cultural Engagement project: ‘Engaging Communities’
This project focuses on ways in which academics in the College of Arts and Humanities and Social Sciences engage with communities.
My areas of expertise lie in Critical Discourse Analysis, Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics and Corpus Linguistics.
Impact and Engagement
I am particularly interested in the contributions of qualitative methods of evaluation used for research/activities where the public is engaged.