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Martin Herles was born in Vienna in 1965. He has been an assistant at our department since May, 1991. He received his Mag.rer.soc.oec. and Dr. rer. soc. oec. degrees from the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, and has a Mag. phil. degree in English and Linguistics coming up from the University of Vienna.
His areas of research include text linguistics, sociolinguistics, language change in general, social security, and British cultural studies.
A full list of publications and research activities can be found in PURE.
Dr. Herles currently gives lectures on Life in Britain and the U.S. (together with Dr. Beer) and on Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten (Academic Writing).
|2012||Beer, Alexander, Herles, Martin, Obenaus, Wolfgang. 2012. Schäfer Wirtschaftswörterbuch Finanz- und Rechnungswesen Englisch-Deutsch / Deutsch-Englisch. Read more|
|1998||Beer, Alexander, Herles, Martin. 1998. Vienna - The Economic Hub Linking East and West. An Investor's Guide to the Most Important Legal and Economic Regulations. Read more|
|2013||Trinder, Ruth, Herles, Martin. 2013. Students' and teachers' ideals of effective business English teaching. Read more|
|2001||Herles, Martin. 2001. Is one red wine much the same as another. Read more|
|1998||Herles, Martin, Beer, Alexander. 1998. Das Testen von Sprachkompetenz anhand von Übersetzungen - eine Rechtfertigung. Read more|
|1998||Zeilinger, Romana, Herles, Martin, Beer, Alexander. 1998. There is life outside our university!. Read more|
|1996||Herles, Martin. 1996. Business English or Business in English - teaching form and substance at university level. Read more|
|1995||Herles, Martin. 1995. How special can you get - why Business English needs a more general basis for a special purpose. Read more|
Chapter in edited volume
|2017||Herles, Martin. 2017. The Language of Accounting In: Handbook of Business Communication. Hrsg. Gerlinde Mautner, Franz Rainer. Read more|
|2001||Trinder, Ruth, Herles, Martin. 2001. Can we have more customised CD-Roms please? In: C.A.L.L. The Challenge of Change, Research and Practice, Elm Bank Publications 2001. Read more|
|1998||Herles, Martin. 1998. Reflections of Attitude in the Language of Social Security In: Wirtschaftssprache. Anglistische, germanistische, romanistische und slawistische Beiträge. Festschrift für Peter Schifko, Peter Lang, Frankfurt/Main 1998. Read more|