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Taal en cultuur algemeen

Ken Hyland

Disciplinary Discourses

€ 34.95



Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Preface ix
Acknowledgements xv
1. Disciplinary cultures, texts and interactions 1(19)
The importance of academic writing
2(3)
The social creation of knowledge
5(3)
Disciplinary cultures
8(4)
Texts as social interaction
12(2)
Approaches to academic interactions
14(6)
2. Academic attribution: interaction through citation 20(21)
Citation and intertextuality: some preliminaries
20(2)
Citation signals
22(2)
An overview of academic citation
24(5)
Hard v soft knowledge and community practices
29(1)
Contextualisation and the construction of knowledge
30(3)
Agency and epistemology in citations
33(1)
Ownership and membership in disciplinarity
34(3)
Ethos and evaluation: the use of reporting verbs
37(3)
Conclusions
40(1)
3. Praise and criticism: interactions in book reviews 41(22)
The book review genre
42(2)
Evaluation in reviews
44(2)
Dimensions of praise and criticism
46(3)
Disciplinary differences in evaluations
49(3)
Structural patterns of praise and criticism
52(3)
Mitigation of evaluative acts
55(6)
Conclusions
61(2)
4. Speaking as an insider: promotion and credibility in abstracts 63(22)
About abstracts
64(2)
Texts, informants and methods
66(1)
A move-structure classification of abstracts
67(1)
Move-structure and rhetorical persuasion
68(2)
Disciplinary differences in abstract structures
70(5)
Claiming significance in abstracts
75(3)
Claiming insider credibility
78(3)
Evolving patterns: 1980-1997
81(4)
5. Priority and prudence: the scientific letter 85(19)
The letter genre
85(2)
What are hedges and boosters?
87(3)
Forms and frequencies of hedges and boosters
90(1)
Circumspection and uncertainty: hedging in knowledge-making
91(6)
Priority and solidarity: boosters in significance negotiation
97(4)
Putting it together: hedges and boosters in letters
101(3)
6. Constructing an expert identity: interactions in textbooks 104(28)
The textbook genre
104(5)
Audience and metadiscourse
109(1)
A model of metadiscourse
110(3)
An overview of textbook metadiscourse
113(3)
Making connections: patterns of textual interactions
116(6)
Constructing a writer persona: interpersonal metadiscourse
122(7)
Negotiating expert status: some teaching and learning issues
129(3)
7. Researching and teaching academic writing 132
A social approach to researching texts
132(4)
A methodology for studying academic texts
136(2)
Sources and analysis of data
138(6)
Disciplines, texts and teaching
144(6)
Moving on: some directions for research
150(5)
8. Power, authority and discourse change 155(21)
Analysing discourse and power
155(4)
The ideological power of academic discourses
159(5)
The economic power of academic discourses
164(3)
The authority of discourses in disciplinary practices
167(5)
Writer variations, social shifts and discourse change
172(4)
Endwords 176(3)
Appendix 1: Corpora 179(9)
Appendix 2: Items expressing doubt and certainty investigated 188(2)
Appendix 3: Metadiscourse items investigated 190(4)
References 194(14)
Subject Index 208(2)
Author Index 210
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Paperback / softback
232 pagina's
Januari 2004
408 gram
229 x 152 x 13 mm
The University of Michigan Press us


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