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. Gentil, G. and Séror, J. (2014). Canada has two official languages—Or does it? Case studies of Canadian scholars' language choices and practices in disseminating knowledge. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 13, 17-30.
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Type of subjects/data: scholars
No. of subjects/data: 2
Instruments: Document
Method of analysis: qualitative data analysis
Other aspects: a dialogical self-case study design
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Keywords:
Multilingual scholars, Writing for publication, Academic biliteracy, Applied linguistics in Canada, Franco-Ontarian academics, French as a language of science and scholarship

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. Li, Y. (2014). Seeking entry to the North American market: Chinese management academics publishing internationally. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 13, 41-52.
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Type of subjects/data: scholars
No. of subjects/data: 14
Instruments: Interview
Method of analysis: a topic coding process
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Keywords:
Management academics, Journal ranking lists, Chinese scholars publishing internationally, International academic collaboration, Knowledge exchange

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. Muresan, L. -M. and Pérez-Llantada, C. (2014). English for research publication and dissemination in bi-/multiliterate environments: The case of Romanian academics. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 13, 53-64.
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Type of subjects/data: scholars
No. of subjects/data: 91
Instruments: Questionnaire
Method of analysis: frequency, percentage
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Keywords:
English for research purposes, English as a lingua franca, Bi-/multiliterate environments, Study of attitude, EAP language needs, Institutional language policies

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. Bocanegra-Valle, A. (2014). ‘English is my default academic language’: Voices from LSP scholars publishing in a multilingual journal. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 13, 65-77.
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Type of subjects/data: scholars
No. of subjects/data: 161
Instruments: Questionnaire
Method of analysis: frequency, percentage
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Keywords:
LSP, English for Research Publication Purposes, Academic publishing, Writing for publication, Scholarly writing, Multilingualism

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. James, M.A. (2014). Learning transfer in English-for-academic-purposes contexts: A systematic review of research. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 14, 1-13.
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Type of subjects/data: Research articles
No. of subjects/data: 14
Instruments: (Research articles)
Method of analysis: - experimental studies that have shown student learning in EAP contexts were analysed using the transfer taxonomy
Other aspects: The transfer taxonomy
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Keywords:
English for academic purposes; EAP; Learning transfer; Pedagogy

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. Kwan, B. S. C., & Chan, H. (2014). An investigation of source use in the results and the closing sections of empirical articles in Information Systems: In search of a functional-semantic citation typology for pedagogical purposes. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 14, 29-47.
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Type of subjects/data: Results and Discussion sections of research articles
No. of subjects/data: 40
Instruments: (Research articles)
Method of analysis: - the data was parsed into moves
- citations in the moves were classified according to their rhetorical functions and semantic content
- a functional-semantic citation typology was developed
- distribution of the move-related citation categories across different contexts was examined
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Keywords:
Citation roles; Moves; Results and Discussion sections; Information Systems; Research articles; Citations

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. Hu, G., & Wang, G. (2014). Disciplinary and ethnolinguistic influences on citation in research articles. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 14, 14-28.
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Type of subjects/data: Research articles
No. of subjects/data: 84
Instruments: (Research articles)
Method of analysis: - citation features were coded and counted
- cross-disciplinary and cross-linguistic differences in citation density were determined using ANOVAs and t-tests
Other aspects: - Coffin's (2009) theoretical analysis to investigate several dimensions of citation
- UAM Corpus Tool (O'Donnell, 2011)
- ICTCLAS program for analyzing Chinese words
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Keywords:
Academic writing; Citation; Writer stance; Author/textual integration; Disciplinary influences; Ethnolinguistic influences

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. Parkinson, J., & Musgrave, J. (2014). Development of noun phrase complexity in the writing of English for Academic Purposes students. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 14, 48-59.
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Type of subjects/data: students
No. of subjects/data: 37
Instruments: Written report/ paper
Method of analysis: - noun phrases in data were identified and pre- and post-modifiers were coded
Other aspects: - the hypothesized developmental progression index (Biber, Gray, and Poonpon, 2011)
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Noun modification; Academic writing; Graduate students

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. Achugar, M., & Carpenter, B. D. (2014). Tracking movement toward academic language in multilingual classrooms. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 14, 60-71.
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Type of subjects/data: teachers, students
No. of subjects/data: N/A, 94
Instruments: Questionnaire, Test, Observation, Written report/ paper, Interview
Method of analysis: the changes in lexico-grammatical and discourse-semantic choices in learners' work were analysed: t, Eta square
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Keywords:
Disciplinary literacy; History; Functional grammar; English for academic purposes; Secondary school; Multilingual classrooms

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. Pérez-Llantada, C. (2014). Formulaic language in L1 and L2 expert academic writing: convergent and divergent usage. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 14, 84-94.
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Type of subjects/data: Corpus of expert academic writing (Spanish-English Research Article Corpus)
No. of subjects/data: 1
Instruments: (Research articles)
Method of analysis: - frequency lists of 4-word bundles for L1 English, L2 English, L1 Spanish research article corpora were generated.
- Convergent and divergent usage of bundles in 3 language variables were compared.
Other aspects: radical corpus-driven approach
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Keywords:
Academic writing; English for academic purposes; Research article genre; Lexical bundles; Register analysis; Second language acquisition; Interlanguage development

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