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Volume 12 (2020)
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Exploring Phrasal Complexity Features in Graduate Students’ Data Commentaries and Research Articles

Alireza Jalilifar; Mohammad Parviz; Alexanne Don

Volume 11, Issue 24 , December 2019, , Pages 115-153

  The present study aimed at exploring phrasal complexity features in data commentaries produced by graduate students and in research articles written by expert writers. To this end, 25 empirical RAs in the field of Applied Linguistics and 158 data commentaries generated by graduate students of English ...  Read More

Interactional Metadiscourse in the Writings of Novice vs. Established Members of Academic Communities

Hooshang Khoshsima; Amrollah Talati-Baghsiahi; Esmail Zare-Behtash; Mehdi Safaie-Qalati

Volume 10, Issue 22 , December 2018, , Pages 63-86

  Novice academic writers, particularly Iranian graduate students (IGSs), upon entering an academic community, are hypothesized to face probable difficulties in practicing rhetorical expectations set by the experienced (EXP) members, hence, not being able to write in a way acceptable to these professionals. ...  Read More

The Use of Lexical Bundles in Native and Non-native Post-graduate Writing: The Case of Applied Linguistics MA Theses

Zahra Amirian; Somayeh Ketabi; Hamed Eshaghi

Volume 5, Issue 11 , November 2013, , Pages 1-29

  Connor et al. (2008) mention “specifying textual requirements of genres” (p.12) as one of the reasons which have motivated researchers in the analysis of writing. Members of each genre should be able to produce and retrieve these textual requirements appropriately to be considered communicatively ...  Read More