Academic writing : at the interface of corpus and discourse / edited by Maggie Charles, Diane Pecorari and Susan Hunston
- Exploring the interface between corpus linguistics and discourse analysis -- Pt. I. Focus on Genre and Disciplinary Discourses -- 1. Schematic structure and lexico-grammatical realization in corpus-based genre analysis: The case of 'research' in the PhD literature review -- 2. Persuading sponsors and securing funding: Rhetorical patterns in grant proposals -- 3. Verbal and mental processes in academic disciplines -- 4. In the wake of the Terror: Phraseological tools of time setting in the narrative of history -- 5. Formulaic language in biology: A topic-specific investigation -- Pt. II. Focus on Interpersonal Discourses -- 6. Corpus informed discourse analysis: The case of academic engagement -- 7. E-conferencing: Corpus and discourse insights -- 8. Stance, interaction and the rhetorical patterns of restrictive adverbs: Discourse roles of only, just, simply and merely -- 9. A dialogic account of authority in academic writing, Ramona Tang -- Pt. III. Focus on Learner Discourses -- 10. Lexical verbs in academic discourse: A corpus-driven study of learner use -- 11. Linking adverbials in student and professional writing in literary studies: What makes writing mature -- 12. Variation in the writing of economics students in Britain and Pakistan: the case of conjunctive ties -- 13. Can I use headings in my essay? Section headings, macrostructures and genre families in the BAWE corpus of student writing -- 14. Using the revision process to help international students understand the linguistic construction of the academic identity.
- 9781847064363 and 1847064361
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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