Writing: Texts, Processes and Practices

C. N. Candlin , Ken Hyland

Editura: Longman
Writing: Texts, Processes and Practices offers an innovative and multidisciplinary approach to writing in a variety of academic and professional settings. The book is composed of a series of original research-based accounts by leading authorities from a range of disciplines. The papers are linked through a unifying perspective which emphasises the role of cultural and institutional practices in the construction and interpretation of written texts.This important new book integrates different approaches to text analysis, different perspectives on writing processes, and the different methodologies used to research written texts. Throughout,an explicit link is made between research and practice illustrated with reference to a number of case studies drawn from professional and classroom contexts.The book will be of considerable interest to those concerned with professional or academic writing and will be of particular value to students and lecturers in applied linguistics, communication studies, discourse analysis, and professional communications training.The contributors to this volume are: Robert J. BarrettVijay K. BhatiaChristopher N. CandlinYu-Ying ChangSandra GollinKen HylandRoz IvanicMary R. LeaIan G. MalcolmJohn MiltonGreg MyersGuenter A. PlumBrian StreetJohn M. SwalesSue WeldonPatricia Wright
  • Limba : Engleza
  • Cuprins : Introduction, Christopher N. Candlin and Ken Hyland

    SECTION ONE: EXPRESSION: FOCUS ON TEXT
    1. Integrating products, processes, purposes and participants in professional writing, Vijay K. Bhatia
    2. Interaction in writing: principles and problems, Greg Myers
    3. Writing as academic literacies: understanding textual practices in higher education, Mary R. Lea and Brian Street

    SECTION TWO: INTERPRETATION: FOCUS ON PROCESS
    4. Writing and information design of healthcare materials, Patricia Wright
    5. Disciplinary discourses: writer stance in research articles, Ken Hyland
    6. Writing as an intercultural process, Ian G. Malcolm

    SECTION THREE: EXPLANATION: FOCUS ON RESEARCH
    7. Informal elements in English academic writing: threats or opportunities for advanced non-native speakers?, Yu-Ying Chang and John M. Swales
    8. Researching the writer-reader relationship, Roz Ivanic and Sue Weldon
    9. Engaging with challenges of interdiscursivity in academic writing: researchers, studen
  • Data Publicarii : 1999
  • Editie : 1
  • Format : Paperback
  • Numar pagini : 344
  • ISBN : 9780582317505
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