Based on a corpus of 30 research articles, the overall distribution of evidential markers, hedges, boosters, attitude markers, and self-mentions were calculated across four rhetorical sections Abstract, Introduction, Methodology, Discussion and Conclusion of the research articles. Published by Elsevier Ltd. Selection and peer-review under responsibility of Urmia University, Iran. Introduction One of the most important social practices in the academy is writing.
One of the reasons people find writing difficult is that they do not feel comfortable with the 'me' they are portraying in their writing. Academic writing in particular often poses a conflict of identity for students in higher education, because the 'self' which is inscribed in academ Writing is not just about conveying 'content' but also about the representation of self.
Academic writing in particular often poses a conflict of identity for students in higher education, because the 'self' which is inscribed in academic discourse feels alien to them.
The main claim of this book is that writing is an act of identity in which people align themselves with socio-culturally shaped subject positions, and thereby play their part in reproducing or challenging dominant practices and discourses, and the values, beliefs and interests which they embody.
The first part of the book reviews recent understandings of social identity, of the discoursal construction of identity, of literacy and identity, and of issues of identity in research on academic writing. The main part of the book is based on a collaborative research project about writing and identity with mature-age students, providing: The book ends with implications of the study for research on writing and identity, and for the learning and teaching of academic writing.
The book will be of interest to students and researchers in the fields of social identity, literacy, discourse analysis, rhetoric and composition studies, and to all those concerned to understand what is involved in academic writing in order to provide wider access to higher education.Writing and identity: the discoursal construction of identity in academic writing / Roz Ivanič.
Academic writing is a collective social practice in the academic discourse community. When writing papers, academics are expected to produce knowledge, make claims, and reveal epistemic beliefs.
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Writing and Identity. The Discoursal Construction of Identity in Academic Writing Writing and Identity. The Discoursal Construction of Identity in Academic Writing Cadman, Kate This is a fascinating and provocative book with the overtly political agenda we might expect from the Critical Language Awareness school at Lancaster .
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