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. Currie, P. and Cray, E., 2004, ESL literacy: language practice or social practice?, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.13, Issue 2, pp.111-132.
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Type of subjects/data: Student, Teacher
No. of subjects/data: 19, 6
Instruments: Interview, Checklist, Observation, Text/ text book, Written report/ paper
Method of analysis: Content analysis
Other aspects: Writing benchmark
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Keywords:
Literacy, ESL, Immigrant language education, L2 writing

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. Hyland, K., 2004, Disciplinary interactions: metadiscourse in L2 postgraduate writing, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.13, Issue 2, pp.133-151.
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Type of subjects/data: Corpus of doctoral and masters dissertations, Student
No. of subjects/data: 240, N/A
Instruments: Interview
Method of analysis: - Corpus analysis
- Content analysis
Other aspects: - the interative and rhetorical character of academic writing
- a model of metadiscourse in academic texts
- MonoConc Pro: a text analysis and concordance program
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Keywords:
Disciplinary interactions, Metadiscourse, L2 postgraduate

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. Pecorari, D., 2003, Good and original: Plagiarism and patchwriting in academic second-language writing, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.12, Issue 4, pp.317-345.
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Type of subjects/data: Student, Teacher
No. of subjects/data: 17, N/A
Instruments: Written report/ paper, Interview
Method of analysis: - Plagiarism identification: comparing writing samples with original texts
- Content analysis
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Keywords:
Plagiarism, Patchwriting, Source use

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. Wang, L., 2003, Switching to first language among writers with differing second-language proficiency, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.13, Issue 4, pp.347-375.
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Type of subjects/data: Student
No. of subjects/data: 8
Instruments: Think aloud, Interview, Questionnaire, Written report/ paper
Method of analysis: - Content analysis
- Statistical analysis: frequency, mean, SD, Mann-Whitney U-Wilcoxon Rank Sum W Test
Other aspects: - Categories for coding language-switching sequences
- Reliability
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Keywords:
Language-switching, Second-language proficiency, Second-language writing processes

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. Jarvis, S., Grant, L., Bikowski, D. and Ferris, D., 2003, Exploring multiple profiles of highly rated learner compositions, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.12, Issue 4, pp.377-403.
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Type of subjects/data: Essay
No. of subjects/data: 338
Instruments:
Method of analysis: - Cluster analysis
- Chi-square
- ANOVA
Other aspects: - list of linguistic features
- factors concerning quality of written texts
- generalizability
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Keywords:
Multiple profiles, Highly rated compositions, Linguistic features, Cluster analysis

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. Hirose, K., 2003, Comparing L1 and L2 organizational patterns in the argumentative writing of Japanese EFL students, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.12, Issue 2, pp.181-209.
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Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 15
Instruments: Written report/ paper, Rating scale, Questionnaire, Interview
Method of analysis: - score L1 and L2 compositions
- examine organizational patterns of L1 and L2 compositions
- t-test, correlation
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Keywords:
Argumentative writing, Contrastive rhetoric, EFL, Japanese students, L1 writing, L2 proficiency, L2 writing, Organizational patterns, Rating scales, Self-report data

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. Buckwalter, J.K., Gloria Lo, Y.-H., 2002, Emergent biliteracy in Chinese and English, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.11, Issue 4, pp.269-293.
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Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 1
Instruments: Task/ activity, Observation, Text/ text book, Audio-recordings
Method of analysis: Content analysis
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Keywords:
Emergent literacy, Biliteracy development, Bilingual education

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. Reynolds, D.W., 2002, Learning to make things happen in different ways: Causulity in the writing of middle-grade English language learners, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.11, Issue 4, pp.311-328.
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Type of subjects/data: essay
No. of subjects/data: 735
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Method of analysis: - tag and code the lexical category and morphological inflections of words by CLAN program
- recheck codings by the researcher
Other aspects: CLAN computer program
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Keywords:
Adolescent writing development, Discourse causality, Orality in writing

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. Kobayashi, H. and Rinnert, C., 2002, High school student perceptions of first language literacy instruction: implications for second language writing, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.11, Issue 2, pp.91-116.
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Type of subjects/data: Student
No. of subjects/data: 455
Instruments: Questionnaire, Interview
Method of analysis: Content analysis
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Keywords:
EFL, High school, Instruction, Japanese students, L1 writing, L2 writing, Writing experience, Literacy background, Student perceptions, Essay exams

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. Bloch, J., 2002, Student/teacher interaction via email: the social context of Internet discourse, Journal of Second Language Writing, Vol.11, Issue 2, pp.117-134.
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Type of subjects/data: email
No. of subjects/data: 120
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Method of analysis: - Content analysis
- Discourse analysis
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Keywords:
ESL, Composition, Computer-mediated discourse, Email, Rhetoric, Social anthropology, Heteroglossia, EFL, Netiquette, Asynchronic discourse

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