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Feature: Communicating in professional accounting contexts – unexplored territory

Published on 01 Nov 08 by "TAXATION IN AUSTRALIA" JOURNAL ARTICLE

Recently the accounting profession has highlighted the importance of excellent spoken and written communication skills for professional practice. We report on research among Masters students in their last year of study that looked at their ability to give taxation advice effectively. We found that little solid research has informed training for this role. Three important areas of spoken communication and how they could be addressed through explicit training are discussed.

Author profiles:

Anne Burns
Applied Linguistics and Language in Education (ALLE) Research Centre Department of Linguistics, Macquarie University
Current at November 2008

 
Stephen Moore
Applied Linguistics and Language in Education (ALLE) Research Centre Department of Linguistics, Macquarie University
Current at November 2008
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