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. Windsor, A., & Park, S. S. (2014). Designing L2 reading to write tasks in online higher education contexts. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 14, 95-105.
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Type of subjects/data: Students
No. of subjects/data: 14
Instruments: Task/ activity, Essay, Interview
Method of analysis: thematic analysis
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EAP; L2 reading to write; Knowledge acquisition; Knowledge creation; Socio-cultural practices; Learning design

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. Shaw, P., Kuteeva, M., & Okamura, A. (2014). Submission letters for academic publication: Disciplinary differences and promotional language. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 14, 106-117.
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Type of subjects/data: academics
No. of subjects/data: 29
Instruments: Interview, Document, Questionnaire
Method of analysis: journal instructions for authors across 8 disciplines, researchers' perceptions of cover-letter, and submission letters of three scholars were analysed.
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Research publication; Occluded genres; Biomedicine; Reviewing practices; Submission letter

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. Wood, D. C., & Appel, R. (2014). Multiword constructions in first year business and engineering university textbooks and EAP textbooks. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 15, 1-13.
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Type of subjects/data: textbooks/ EAP books
No. of subjects/data: 10/ 5
Instruments: Text/ textbook
Method of analysis: - MWC in the textbook corpus were identified using WordSmith Tools at a frequency cutoff of 25/m words, and a minimum range of 2 textbooks
- their occurrences in EAP book corpus were investigated
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English for academic purposes; Multiword constructions; Corpus research; First year textbooks

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. Neumann, H., & McDonough, K. (2014). Exploring the relationships among student preferences, prewriting tasks, and text quality in an EAP context. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 15, 14-26.
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Type of subjects/data: Students
No. of subjects/data: 21
Instruments: Task/ activity, Written report/ paper, Questionnaire
Method of analysis: - content in the transcripts of collaborative writing discussions and written notes from individual prewriting tasks were identified and classified as reflective, or non-reflective comments
- students' written texts were rated
- the amount of reflective comments and scores on written work by task type and topic were examined
Other aspects: paragraph evaluation grid
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Second language writing; Second language interaction; Collaboration; Group work; Prewriting tasks; Student preferences

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. Hobbs, V. (2014). Accounting for the great divide: Features of clarity in analytic philosophy journal articles. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 15, 27-36.
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Type of subjects/data: Corpus of research articles, Professors of philosophy
No. of subjects/data: 1 million words
Instruments: Interview, Online discussion/email, (Research articles)
Method of analysis: self-mention, average sentence length, standardized type/token ratio (STTR), and directives identified in Analytic and Continental philosophy journal articles were compared.
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Philosophy; Corpus linguistics; Self-mention; Directives; Disciplinary discourse

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. Harrington, M., & Roche, T. (2014). Identifying academically at-risk students in an English-as-a-Lingua-Franca university setting. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 15, 37-47.
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Type of subjects/data: students
No. of subjects/data: 174
Instruments: Test
Method of analysis: accuracy of three measures (academic writing, academic reading and recognition vocabulary) in classifying at-risk students was assessed with logit regression analyses and ROC curves
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Vocabulary knowledge; Word recognition; At-risk students; Post-enrolment language assessment; Language testing; Writing

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. Schluer, J. (2014). Writing for publication in linguistics: Exploring niches of multilingual publishing among German linguists. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 16, 1-13.
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Type of subjects/data: linguists
No. of subjects/data: 16
Instruments: Interview
Method of analysis: content analysis
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Keywords:
English for academic purposes (EAP); English for research publication purposes (ERPP); Linguistics; Multilingual publishing; Academic multilingualism

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. Basturkmen, H., & von Randow, J. (2014). Guiding the reader (or not) to re-create coherence: Observations on postgraduate student writing in an academic argumentative writing task. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 16, 14-22.
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Type of subjects/data: students
No. of subjects/data: 20
Instruments: Task/ activity
Method of analysis: - writing samples were scored
- the writing samples were analysed using NVivo10: identification and classification of signals of text organization - cohesive device, identification of concessive relations
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Argumentative writing; Coherence; Cohesion; Rhetorical relations; Concession

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. Gil-Salom, L., & Soler-Monreal, C. (2014). Writers' positioning in literature reviews in English and Spanish computing doctoral theses. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 16, 23-39.
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Type of subjects/data: literature reviews of PhD theses
No. of subjects/data: 20
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Method of analysis: functional analysis: move-strategy (step) model
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Research writing; PhD theses; Literature reviews; Evaluation; Rhetorical structure; Variation

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. O'Boyle, A. (2014). ‘You’and ‘I’ in university seminars and spoken learner discourse. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 16, 40-56.
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Type of subjects/data: spoken corpora
No. of subjects/data: 2
Instruments: Corpus
Method of analysis: - spoken corpora were transcribed and formatted for use by WordSmith Tools (Scott, 2008)
- word frequency lists and 2-5 word I-clusters and U-clusters were generated
- patterns of the use of 'You' and 'I' were compared
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Pronouns; You; I; Clusters; University classroom; Spoken academic learner discourse

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