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. Grabowski, Ł. (2015). Keywords and lexical bundles within English pharmaceutical discourse: A corpus-driven description. English for Specific Purposes, 38, 23-33.
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Type of subjects/data: corpus of English Pharmaceutical texts
No. of subjects/data: 2.23 mil.words
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Method of analysis: - Keyword analysis
- 4-word lexical bundles within pharmaceutical texts
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Corpus linguistics; Register variation; Pharmaceutical texts; Keywords; Lexical bundles

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. Webb, S., & Paribakht, T. S. (2015). What is the relationship between the lexical profile of test items and performance on a standardized English proficiency test?. English for Specific Purposes, 38, 34-43.
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Type of subjects/data: CanTest
No. of subjects/data: 12
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Method of analysis: - lexical profiles were determined using RANGE and BNC word lists
- strength of association between word coverage at each of the word frequency bands for all the texts and the test scores was analysed using Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient
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Lexical coverage; Lexical profile; Vocabulary size; Proficiency tests

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. Wilcox, K. C., & Jeffery, J. V. (2015). Adolescent English language learners' stances toward disciplinary writing. English for Specific Purposes, 38, 44-56.
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Type of subjects/data: students
No. of subjects/data: 26
Instruments: Interview, Written report/ paper
Method of analysis: a micro-level discourse analysis approach: subject, context, object, stance, and attribution of a stance
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Discourse analysis; English language learners; Agency; Secondary education; Writing development

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. Mežek, Š., Pecorari, D., Shaw, P., Irvine, A., & Malmström, H. (2015). Learning subject-specific L2 terminology: The effect of medium and order of exposure. English for Specific Purposes, 38, 57-69.
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Type of subjects/data: students
No. of subjects/data: 130
Instruments: Text/ textbook, Task/ activity, Test
Method of analysis: tests from different experimental conditions were scored and compared: descriptive statistics, ANOVA, t-test
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Bilingual learning; L2 terminology learning; Learning from L2 reading; Perception of learning; Student strategies; Parallel-language environment

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. Sheridan, C. L. (2015). National Journals and Centering Institutions: A historiography of an English language teaching journal in Taiwan. English for Specific Purposes, 38, 70-84.
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Type of subjects/data: scholars, research articles
No. of subjects/data: 5, 384
Instruments: Document, Interview
Method of analysis: journals' components and content and interview transcripts were analysed to gain understanding about journals' development and change
Other aspects: historiography
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Scholarly publishing; Taiwan; Globalization of higher education; National journals; Historiography; Centering institutions

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. Handford, M., & Matous, P. (2015). Problem-solving discourse on an international construction site: Patterns and practices. English for Specific Purposes, 38, 85-98.
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Type of subjects/data: engineers and foremen
No. of subjects/data: 6, 2
Instruments: Observation/field notes, Interview, Audio-recordings, Video recordings
Method of analysis: - interlocutors' communications (verbal and non-verbal interactions) and relationships were examined and classified into: general communication strategies, modes of communication for different purposes, relationship, education and training, perceived cultural difference and conflict, work routines, and the role of contract
- linguistic features, discursive practices and patterns used in problem solving discourse were identified
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International construction industry; Problem solving; Professional discourse; Discursive practices; BELF

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. Lin, C. Y. (2015). Seminars and interactive lectures as a community of knowledge co-construction: The use of modifiers. English for Specific Purposes, 38, 99-108.
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Type of subjects/data: Corpora (BASE, MICASE)
No. of subjects/data: 3
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Method of analysis: - frequencies of pragmatic force modifiers (PFMs) across 3 sub-corpora of seminars and lectures were compared
- functions of PFMs in seminars and lectures were examined
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Modifiers; Seminars; Lectures; Academic cultures; Generic norms

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. Bosher, S., & Stocker, J. (2015). Nurses' narratives on workplace English in Taiwan: Improving patient care and enhancing professionalism. English for Specific Purposes, 38, 109-120.
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Type of subjects/data: written narratives on the use of English in the nursing workplace
No. of subjects/data: 19
Instruments: Essay
Method of analysis: Content analysis (Atlas.ti Version 5.7.1)
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English for Nursing Purposes (ENP); English as a Foreign Language; Nursing community of practice; Nursing workplace communication; Taiwan

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. Liu, J., & Han, L. (2015). A corpus-based environmental academic word list building and its validity test. English for Specific Purposes, 39, 1-11.
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Type of subjects/data: a corpus of environmental science texts
No. of subjects/data: 200
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Method of analysis: - AWL coverage in the Environmental Science Corpus was examined
- the Environmental Academic Word List (EAWL) was created
- its word coverage in a general corpus was evaluated
Other aspects: - validity test criteria of an academic word list
- word selection criteria for building an academic word list
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AWL; Word selection criteria; Validity test

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. Hu, G., & Cao, F. (2015). Disciplinary and paradigmatic influences on interactional metadiscourse in research articles. English for Specific Purposes, 39, 12-25.
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Type of subjects/data: method sections of research articles
No. of subjects/data: 120
Instruments: (Research articles)
Method of analysis: - 5 main types of interactional metadiscoursal features in the method sections of RAs were coded
- disciplinary and paradicmatic effects on the occurences of the 5 types of features were compared by a series of two-way ANOVAs and Bonferroni post-hoc tests
- qualitative analysis of salient features and patterns of differences and similarities across the disciplines and the paradigms were conducted
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Applied linguistics; Education; Interactional metadiscourse; Psychology; Qualitative research; Quantitative research

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