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Acceso abierto2008MLKLicus.pdf.jpg2008A systemic functional analysis of Martin Luther King’s ‘I have a dream’: exploring rhetorical devices and the variable of tenor for a better understanding of King’s contextMartínez Lirola, María
Acceso abierto2012Buckingham.pdf.jpg2012Reflections on the main syntactic processes of thematization in English in Alan Paton's play SpononoMartínez Lirola, María
Acceso restringidoCrespo_Martinez_Proof_1_Revised.pdf.jpg2012Lexical and visual choices in the representation of immigration in Spanish pressCrespo Fernández, Eliecer; Martínez Lirola, María
Acceso abierto2015_Rumania-Language-and-Literature.pdf.jpg2014Exploring the social nature of multimodal texts in a language classroom using texts from Intermón OxfamMartínez Lirola, María; Ibáñez Castejón, Laura
Acceso abierto2015_Martinez-Lirola_Ockham.pdf.jpg2015Using genre theory for teaching writing at tertiary level: A practical example of teaching to write effective recountsMartínez Lirola, María
Acceso abiertoMartinez_Lirola_Porta_Linguarum.pdf.jpgene-2010Applying genre theory to improve exposition-type essay writingMartínez Lirola, María; Tabuenca Cuevas, María Felicidad
Acceso abiertoWorking_Paper_Alan_Paton.pdf.jpg2007A systemic functional approximation to the use of cleft sentences and reversed pseudo-cleft sentences in English in a narrative sample written by the Sourth African writer Alan PatonMartínez Lirola, María
Acceso abierto2013CapCSPReturn.pdf.jpg2013Immigrants going back home: an analysis of the discursive representation of the return plan for immigrants in three Spanish newspapersMartínez Lirola, María
Acceso abiertoLiCuS_Vol2_No3_Lirola_Exploring.pdf.jpg2007Exploring the relationship between Paton's ideology and his contextMartínez Lirola, María
Acceso abiertoMartinez_Lirola_Journal_of_Language_and_Literature_2002.pdf.jpg2002On the use of marked syntax in Maya Angelou's Wouldn't Take Nothing for my Journey NowMartínez Lirola, María