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Exploring into Graduate Research Term Papers: A Quest for Generic Disciplinary Tendencies

Academic Purposes 6(3). 206–221. Cotos, Elena, Huffman, Sarah and Stephanie Link. 2015. Furthering and Applying Move/Step Constructs Technology-Driven Marshalling of Swalesian Genre Theory for EAP Pedagogy. Journal of English for Academic Purposes 19. 52–72. Fallahi, Mohammad and Ali Mobasher. 2007. Genre Analysis of Introduction Section of English and Persian Articles in Mechanics. Journal of Teaching English Language and Literature 1(2). 59–74. Fakhri, Ahmed. 2004. Rhetorical Properties of Arabic Research Article Introductions. Journal of

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Phrase Frames in English Pharmaceutical Discourse: A Corpus-Driven Study of Intradisciplinary Register Variation

References Bauer, L. (2008). Applied Clinical Pharmacokinetics. (2nd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Medical. Biber, D. (2006). University Language. A Corpus-Based Study of Spoken and Written Registers. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Biber, D. (2009). A corpus-driven approach to formulaic language in English: multi-word patterns in speech and writing. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 14(3), 275-311. Biber, D., & Conrad S. (2009). Register, genre and style. Cambridge: Cambridge University

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Nominalization in Applied Linguistics and Medicine: The Case of Textbook Introductions and Book Reviews

References Abdollahzadeh, Esmaeel and Hossein Salarvand. 2013. Book prefaces in basic, applied, and social sciences: A genre-based study. Journal of World Applied Sciences, 28(11), 1618-1626. Alcaraz-Ariza, María Ángeles. 2010. Complimenting others: The case of English-written medical book reviews. Fachsprache, 31(1- 2), 50-65. Banks, David. 2003. The evolution of grammatical metaphor in scientific writing. In: Anne-Marie Simon-Vandenbergen, Miriam Taverniers and Louise J. Ravelli (eds.), Grammatical Metaphor

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The study of conceptual metaphors in ESAP L2 writing: range and variability

: Progress. Charteris-Black, J. 2000. Metaphor and Vocabulary Teaching in ESP Economics. English for Specific Purposes 19(2). 149-165. Charteris-Black, J. and T. Ennis. 2001. A Comparative Study of Metaphor in Spanish and English Financial Reporting. English for Specific Purposes 20(3). 249-266. Chudinov, A. 2005. Metaforitcheskaia mozaika v sovremennoi polititcheskoi metafore . [Metaphoric Mosaic in Modern Political Metaphor]. Ekaterinburg. Davidson, D. 1978. What Metaphors Mean. Critical Inquiry 5(1). 31-47. Educational Program

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Citation practices in Slovak and English linguistic research papers

: English for Specific Purposes, 2015, roč. 40, s. 11 – 26. SWALES, John M.: Configuring image and context: Writing ‘about’pictures. In: English for Specific Purposes, 2016, roč. 41, s. 22 – 35. WETTE, Rosemary – HAWKEN, Susan J.: Measuring gains in an EMP course and the perspectives of language and medical educators as assessors. In: English for Specific Purposes, 2016, roč. 42, 38 – 49. YATES, Lynda – DAHM, Maria R. – ROGER, Peter – CARTMILL, John: Developing rapport in inter-professional communication: Insights for international medical graduates. In

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The writer’s pragmatic aims attainment in Doris Lessing’s To Room Nineteen: A cognitive linguistics view

-8. Bystrov, Y., 2011. Modelling authorial conceptual scheme: linguosynergetic aspect (based on the material of English). The Journal of V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University. Series: Romance and Germanic Philology. Methods of Foreign Language Teaching , vol. 68, no. 973, pp. 130-135. Chantal, B., Tracey, I., and Holmes, E. A., 2012. How a better understanding of spontaneous mental imagery linked to pain could enhance imagery-based therapy in chronic pain. Journal of Experimental Psychopathology (JEP) , vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 258-273. Dorland’s medical

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Exploring Nominalization in the Introduction and Method Sections of Applied Linguistics Research Articles: a Qualitative Approach

introduction to systemic functional linguistics. London: Continuum. Galve, G. I. 1998. The textual interplay of grammatical metaphor on the nominalization occurring in written medical English. Journal of Pragmatics, 30, 363-385. Gardner, D., & Davies, M. 2013. A new academic vocabulary list. Applied Linguistics, 35, 1-24. Granger, S. 1997. “On identifying the syntactic and discourse features of participle clauses in academic English: Native and nonnative writers compared”. In J. Aarts, I. de Monnink, & H. Wekker (Eds.), Studies

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The Rhetoric Structure of Research Article Abstracts in English Studies Journals

, Katalin. “Selling their Research: _e Linguistic Realization of Rhetoric Moves in English _esis Abstracts Written by Hungarian Undergraduates.” Romanian Journal of English Studies 10.1 (2013): 181-91. Hartley, James. “Improving the Clarity of Journal Abstracts in Psychology: _e Case for Structure.” Science Communication 24.3 (2003): 366-79. ---. “Current Findings from Research on Structured Abstracts.” Journal of Medical Library Association 92.3 (2004): 368-71. Hirano, Eliana. “Research Article Introduction in English for Specific Purposes

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Hedging in Political Discourse: Evidence from the Speeches of King Abdullah II of Jordan

& Communication. 10.3 (1990) 185-205. Print. Hubler, Axel. Understatements and Hedges in English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1983. Print. Hyland, Ken. “Hedging in Academic Writing and EAP Textbooks.” English for Specific Purposes. 13.3 (1994) 239-256. Print. ---. Hedging in Scientific Research Articles. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 1998. Print. Jalilifar, Alireza and Maryam Alavi. “Power and Politics of Language Use: A Survey of Hedging Devices in Political Interviews.” The Journal of Teaching Language

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The Corpus of Historical English Law Reports 1535–1999 (CHELAR): A resource for analysing the development of English legal discourse

-150. Gustafsson, Marita. 1975. Some syntactic properties of English law language. Turku: Department of English, University of Turku. Hiltunen, Risto. 1990. Chapters on legal English. Aspects past and present of the language of the law. Helsinki: Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia. Hiltunen, Turo and Jukka Tyrkkö. 2013. Tagging Early Modern English medical texts (1500-1700). Paper presented at CANS 2013 (‘Corpus Analysis with Noise in the Signal’), a workshop held within the 7th Corpus Linguistics Conference (CL2013), Lancaster University, 22nd July 2013

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