Lieve Vangehuchten

Lieve Vangehuchten

List of John Benjamins publications for which Lieve Vangehuchten plays a role.


Language for Specific Purposes

Edited by Antoon De Rycker, Kris Buyse and Lieve Vangehuchten

Special issue of ITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics 162 (2011) ca. 146 pp.
Subjects Applied linguistics | Language acquisition | Language policy | Language teaching | Multilingualism


A reading-to-write task is a complex cognitive activity. The aim of this study is to gain insight into the difficulties that advanced learners of Spanish as a foreign language for professional communication purposes experience when they have to perform a reading-to-write task. This insight will… read more | Article
De Rycker, Antoon, Kris Buyse and Lieve Vangehuchten. 2011. Lsp Research Today: A General Approach for Specific Purposes?. Language for Specific Purposes, De Rycker, Antoon, Kris Buyse and Lieve Vangehuchten (eds.), pp. 1–19
The purpose of this article is to examine whether a “general approach for specific purposes”, i.e. a general approach to Language for Specific Purposes (LSP) research, is possible or even desirable. We will briefly review some of the major changes that have taken place in LSP research, and this… read more | Article
Noble, Alison, Lieve Vangehuchten and Willy Van Parys. 2011. Communication for Maritime Purposes: Some Exploratory Results of A Survey-Based Study on Intercultural and Linguistic Features. Language for Specific Purposes, De Rycker, Antoon, Kris Buyse and Lieve Vangehuchten (eds.), pp. 111–133
Multilingual and multicultural crews have become the rule rather than the exception in the globalised maritime world. Professionals as well as researchers indicate that this increases the risk of miscommunication both on board and in external communication with major consequences for efficiency and… read more | Article
Crespo, Manuela and Lieve Vangehuchten. 2008. A Portfolio Experience in Spanish for Business and Economics. Learning and Teaching L2 Writing, Weijen, Daphne van, Elke Van Steendam and Gert Rijlaarsdam (eds.), pp. 51–52