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"Contemporary study into written educational discourse has develop into more and more polarised among techniques: corpus linguistics and discourse analysis. This quantity offers a variety of modern paintings via specialists in educational written discourse, and illustrates how corpus linguistics and discourse research can paintings as complementary techniques. the final advent sets the quantity opposed to the backdrop of present paintings in English for tutorial reasons, and introductions to the every one part draw out connections among the chapters and positioned them into context. The participants are specialists within the box they usually hide either amateur and specialist examples of EAP. The e-book ends with an afterword that gives an agenda-setting remaining viewpoint at the way forward for EAP examine. it's going to entice reserachers and postgrduates in utilized linguistics, corpus linguistics, discourse research and EAP."
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G. ), with the following clarifications4: 1. Text assigned to a ‘miscellaneous’ or ‘uncategorized’ category within a move is identified by an X. Thus, uncategorized text belonging to Move 1 is identified as 1X, and to Move 2 as 2X. 2. Our study uses an unmodified version of Kwan’s (2006) corpus, which breaks Moves 1 and 2 down into sub- strategies but treats Move 3 as a single unit. Kwan’s (2006) coding scheme for the corpus treats all items in Move 3 under a single label (‘3’) rather than a Move + Strategy label.
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