Academic writing : at the interface of corpus and discourse / Maggie Charles, Diane Pecorari and Susan Hunston.Material type: TextPublication details: London : New York : Continuum, 2009Description: xi, 303 p. ; 25 cmISBN:
- 9781441112361 (pbk.)
- 808/.02 22 M193
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Contributors; Introduction: Exploring the Interface Between Corpus Linguistics and Discourse Analysis Maggie Charles, Diane Pecorari and Susan Hunston; Part I: Focus on Genre and Disciplinary Discourses; Introduction to Part I Maggie Charles; 1. Schematic Structure and Lexico-Grammatical Realization in Corpus-Based Genre Analysis: The Case of Research in the PhD Literature Review John Howerdew and Richard Forest; 2. Persuading Sponsors and Securing Funding: Rhetorical Patterns in Grant Proposals Dimitra Koutsantoni; 3. Verbal and Mental Processes in Academic Disciplines Jasper Holmes and Hilary Nesi; 4. In the Wake of the Terror: Phraseological tools of Time Setting in the Narrative of History Marina Bondi; 5. Formulaic Language in Biology: A Topic-specific Investigation Diane Pecorari; Part II: Focus on Interpersonal Discourses; Introduction to Part II Susan Hunston; 6. Corpus Informed Discourse Analysis: The Case of Academic Engagement Ken Hyland; 7. E-Conferencing: Corpus and Discourse Insights Ann He wings, Caroline Coffin and Sarah North; 8. Stance, Interaction and the Rhetorical Patterns of Restrictive Adverbs: Discourse Roles of Only, Just, Simply and Merely Maggie Charles; 9. A Dialogic Account of Authority in Academic Writing, Ramona Tang; Part III: Focus on Learner Discourses; Introduction to Part III Diane Pecorari; 10. Lexical Verbs in Academic Discourse: A Corpus-driven Study of Learner Use Sylviane Granger and Magali Paquot; 11. Linking Adverbials in Student and Professional Writing in Literary Studies: What Makes Writing Mature Philip Shaw; 12. Variation in the Writing of Economics Students in Britain and Pakistan: The Case of Conjunctive Ties S. Amina Gardezi and Hilary Nesi; 13. Can I Use Headings in My Essay? Section headings, Macrostructures and Genre Families in the BAVVE Corpus of Student Writing Sheena Gardner and Jasper Holmes; 14. Using the Revision Process to Help International Students Understand the Linguistic Construction of the Academic Identity Suganthi John; Afterword John M Swales; Author Index; Subject Index.
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