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Student Writing: Access, Regulation, Desire
Student Writing presents an accessible and thought-provoking study of academic writing practices. Informed by 'composition' research from the US and 'academic literacies studies'from the UK, the bookExpand
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Defining academic literacies research: issues of epistemology, ideology and strategy
Academic literacies research has developed over the past 20 years as a significant field of study that draws on a number of disciplinary fields and subfields such as applied linguistics andExpand
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Student Writing as 'Academic Literacies': Drawing on Bakhtin to Move from Critique to Design
A body of research has recently emerged in the UK which adopts an 'academic literacies' stance towards student writing. An 'academic literacies' stance conceptualises student writing as a sociallyExpand
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Academic Writing in a Global Context: The Politics and Practices of Publishing in English
Academic Writing in a Global Context addresses the issue of the pressure on academics worldwide to produce their work in English in scholarly publishing, and why the growth of the use of academicExpand
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Ethnography as Method, Methodology, and “Deep Theorizing”
This article critically explores the value of ethnography for enhancing context-sensitive approaches to the study of academic writing. Drawing on data from two longitudinal studies, student writingExpand
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Student Writing in Higher Education: Contemporary confusion, traditional concerns
In this paper, we focus on the 'problem' of student writing in higher education. We set out to explore this problem from two perspectives: first, from the perspective of 'non-traditional'Expand
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Professional Academic Writing by Multilingual Scholars
Scholars around the world are under increasing pressure to publish their research in the medium of English. However, little empirical research has explored how the global premium of EnglishExpand
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Multilingual Scholars and the Imperative to Publish in English: Negotiating Interests, Demands, and Rewards
This article examines how multilingual scholars who work outside English-speaking countries negotiate the demand to publish in English alongside their broader academic and publishing interests. BasedExpand
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New Voices in Academia? The Regulative Nature of Academic Writing Conventions
The opening up of higher education in Britain to groups previously excluded means that there is currently an opportunity for new voices to be heard in academia. However, the process whereby dominantExpand
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