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Ken Hyland
University of East Anglia
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While numerous interactive aspects of academic writing have attracted attention in recent years, one common feature which has escaped scrutiny is ‘‘existential there’’ (as in ‘‘there are significant differences’’). Based on a corpus of 80 research articles from four disciplines, this study explores the ‘secret life’ of this construction, revealing how academic writers use it to organise their arguments and persuade peers of their claims. In contrast to the style guides which regard existential t...
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Abstract As a relatively new and rapidly growing academic genre, the academic blog offers an open space for scholars to disseminate their work and discuss research issues. In this new rhetorical context, researchers in different fields try to create interpersonal solidarity to engage a relatively unpredictable readership, which is strongly influenced by knowledge-making practices. In this paper, we explore how bloggers across disciplines engage their readers. Based on 132 blog posts from both so...
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#1Hang (Joanna) Zou (ECNU: East China Normal University)H-Index: 1
#2Ken Hyland (UEA: University of East Anglia)H-Index: 59
The blog is an increasingly familiar newcomer to the panoply of academic genres, offering researchers the opportunity to disseminate their work to new and wider audiences of experts and interested ...
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#2Feng (Kevin) JiangH-Index: 6
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