E-mail interaction running a business and professional contexts has been analysed with a give attention to textual and communicative complexity, stylistic conventions, together with connection between emails and professional tradition. The objective of the current research should compare the professional literacy in two vocations by studying using intertextuality within the e-mail messages two experts read or wrote in many different discourse flows. Intertextuality is analyzed in terms of kinds and directionality useful. The findings show that whilst utilization of intertextuality is commonplace across all e-mails, the sorts of intertextuality, and their relative frequencies of use, in addition to directionality of intertextuality are influenced by profession-specific communicative contexts and goals.
► The types and directionality of intertextuality in e-mails are analysed. ► The e-mails tend to be read or written by two specialists in different careers. ► The emails tend to be compiled into discourse flows. ► The types and directionality intertextuality tend to be explained and quantified. ► The uses of intertextuality, and its own manifestations, tend to be compared.
- Discourse flow;
- Professional literacy;
- E-mail communication