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    • An approach to teaching the writing of literature reviews [Online]

      Turner, E; Bitchener, J (Zeitschrift Schreiben, 2008)
      Students face difficulties in writing literature reviews that relate in particular to limited knowledge of the genre (Bruce, 1992; E. Turner, 2005). While there has been valuable research relating to genre and discourse ...
    • The Cover of Herbs' First Pacific Reggae Album: Perusing the Paratext

      Turner, E (Art & Design, Communication Studies, and Business, Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      The cover of Herbs' award-winning EP What's Be Happen? is dominated by an image of the final day of the Bastion Point occupation in Ōrākei, Auckland on 25 May, 1978. Released in 1981, the album has been recognised in a ...
    • Discourse analysis of popular song lyrics

      Turner, E (AUT University, 2011)
      This paper outlines a thesis that involves a three-tier approach to the discourse analysis of historically and culturally significant song lyrics in the New Zealand album Whats’ Be Happen? (Herbs, 1981). The study is framed ...
    • Empowering the apprentice academic: teaching writing at postgraduate level

      Sachtleben, A; Strauss, P; Turner, E; Sachtleben, A; Strauss, P; Turner, E (Equinox Publishing Ltd, 2009)
      Tertiary institutions offer a variety of provision for postgraduate students aimed at the development of academic writing skills. This article using a series of workshops and individual tutorials designed specifically for ...
    • IELTS and an English for academic study programme: points of similarity and areas of divergence

      Turner, E; U, A; Cartner, H; Jenner, C; Mann, E (CLESOL, 2009)
      This paper describes an analysis of assessments on a preparatory, English for academic study (EAS) programme at a New Zealand university and of IELTS tests. The university accepts students with the required Band 6 overall ...
    • What’s Be Happen? The discourse of reggae lyrics thirty years on

      Turner, E (University of Otago, 2012)
      This article discusses What’s Be Happen?, New Zealand’s first reggae album, released by the band Herbs in July 1981. The lyrics and adopted ‘message music’ constitute a nexus that connects, marks and speaks of salient ...