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The School of Languages, Literature, Culture and Communication (LLCC), is a large and vibrant school which plays a vital role in promoting quality research, teaching and learning at the University of Limerick.


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Recent Submissions

  • Slattery, Darina M; Cleary, Yvonne (Aarhus Universitet * School of Business and Social Sciences, 2013)
    In this article, we introduce two programmes in technical communication (one distance, and one on-campus) offered by the University of Limerick. Both programmes have been running for several years, but are regularly reviewed ...
  • Moriarty, Máiréad (University of Limerick, 2007)
    The present study brings together the disciplines of sociolinguistics and media studies. In recent years, the availability of media in minority languages has become an area subject to some research within the area of ...
  • Chambers, Angela (IRAAL/Multilingual Matters Ltd.,, 1996)
    Since the early 1960s LSP research has been dominated by English for Special Purposes, as the increasing importance of English as an international language led to rapid growth in the demand for higher education through Engl ...
  • Chambers, Angela; O'Sullivan, Íde (Cambridge University Press, 2004)
    In the rapidly changing environment of language learning and teaching, electronic literacies have an increasingly important role to play. While much research on new literacies focuses on the World Wide Web, the aim in ...
  • Chambers, Angela (Institúid Teangeolaiochta Éireann, 2004)
    While it is becoming less commonplace for national flags to feature on language-learning materials, it would be premature to announce their demise, particularly in the case of languages other than English. They are even ...