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. Bruce, I., 2009, Results sections in sociology and organic chemistry articles: A genre analysis, English for Specific Purposes, Volume 28, Issue 2, pp.105-124.
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Type of subjects/data: research articles, sociologist, chemist
No. of subjects/data: 40, 1, 1
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Method of analysis: ethnographic and text-based genre analysis
Other aspects: - the cognitive genre model
- WordSmith Tools
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Keywords:
genre analysis, result sections, research articles, social genre analysis, cognitive genre analysis

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. Lee, G., 2009, Speaking up: Six Korean students’ oral participation in class discussions in US graduate seminars, English for Specific Purposes, Volume 28, Issue 3, pp.142-156.
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Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 6
Instruments: Interview, Observation
Method of analysis: constant comparative method (Glaser, & Strauss, 1967)
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Keywords:
speaking, class discussion, oral participation

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. Durrant, P., 2009, Investigating the viability of a collocation list for students of English for academic purposes, English for Specific Purposes, Volume 28, Issue 3, pp.157-169.
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Type of subjects/data: Corpus of research articles
No. of subjects/data: 3251 articles
Instruments: Corpus
Method of analysis: - descriptive statistics
- cluster analysis
- log-likelihood ratios
Other aspects: WordSmith Tools (Scott, 1996)
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Keywords:
collocation list, EAP, academic collocation

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. Ward, J., 2009, A basic engineering English word list for less proficient foundation engineering undergraduates, English for Specific Purposes, Volume 28, Issue 3, pp.170-182.
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Type of subjects/data: Corpus of engineering textbooks
No. of subjects/data: 271,000 words
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Method of analysis: corpus-based analysis (Paul Nation's Range software) focuses on function words, word types, distribution/ frequency, coverage
Other aspects: Range software (Heatley, Nation, & Coxhead, 2002)
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Keywords:
academic word list (AWL), engineering

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. Martínez, I., Beck, S.C., and Panza, C.B., 2009, Academic vocabulary in agriculture research articles: A corpus-based study, English for Specific Purposes, Volume 28, Issue 3, pp.183-198.
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Type of subjects/data: Corpus of research articles in the agricultural sciences (AgroCorpus)
No. of subjects/data: 218 articles
Instruments: Corpus
Method of analysis: identify the academic words; focuses on frequency, coverage and distribution of the words
Other aspects: - a frequent families in the AgroCorpus
- WordSmith Tools (Scott, 2004)
- Academic Word List (AWL)
- General Sevice List (GSL)
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Keywords:
academic word list (AWL), agriculture

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. Trebits, A., 2009, Conjunctive cohesion in English language EU documents – A corpus-based analysis and its implications, English for Specific Purposes, Volume 28, Issue 3, pp.199-210.
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Type of subjects/data: Corpus of EU English (CEUE)
No. of subjects/data: 200,000 words
Instruments: Corpus
Method of analysis: - examine the most frequent conjunctions and usage patterns
- compare the use of conjunctions in EU-related and general English texts
Other aspects: - Lexical frequency and Range software (Heatley, Nation, and Coxhead, 2002)
- WordSmith Tools (Scott, 1996)
- BNC
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Keywords:
conjunctive cohesion, conjunctions, textual organization patterns

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. Morton, J., 2009, Genre and disciplinary competence: A case study of contextualisation in an academic speech genre, English for Specific Purposes, Volume 28, Issue 4, pp.217-229.
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Type of subjects/data: student
No. of subjects/data: 36
Instruments: Video recordings, Interview
Method of analysis: - identify the rhetorical strategies that students used in the oral presentations: e.g. the generic levels, modes of the talk, grammatical & lexical components, the focus of the talk
- compare the presentations, within and across year levels
Other aspects: indigenous assessment (Jacoby, 1998)
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Keywords:
genre, academic speech genre, oral presentation, contextualisation

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. Cho, D.W., 2009, Science journal paper writing in an EFL context: The case of Korea, English for Specific Purposes, Volume 28, Issue 4, pp.230-239.
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Type of subjects/data: student, lecturer
No. of subjects/data: 271, 59
Instruments: Questionnaire, Interview
Method of analysis: - descriptive statistics
- Interview data analysis
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Keywords:
writing, writing difficulties, scientific research article, EFL, perceptions

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. Hirano, E., 2009, Research article introductions in English for specific purposes: A comparison between Brazilian Portuguese and English, English for Specific Purposes, Volume 28, Issue 4, pp.240-250.
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Type of subjects/data: research article
No. of subjects/data: 20
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Method of analysis: move and step analysis
Other aspects: Swales' (1990) CARS model
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Keywords:
research article, rhetorical organization, introduction section, ESP, Applied Linguistics

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. Sheldon, E., 2009, From one I to another: Discursive construction of self-representation in English and Castilian Spanish research articles, English for Specific Purposes, Volume 28, Issue 4, pp.251-265.
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Type of subjects/data: Corpus of research articles
No. of subjects/data: 36 articles
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Method of analysis: - identify and categorize the first person pronouns in the English and Spanish corpora into 6 categories
- compare the use of the first person pronouns in the two corpora
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self-representation, identity representation, writing

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