Lexical and Syntactic Complexities in Undergraduate Students’ Research Articles and Their Correlations to Their Quality

@inproceedings{Dewi2014LexicalAS,
  title={Lexical and Syntactic Complexities in Undergraduate Students’ Research Articles and Their Correlations to Their Quality},
  author={Ratna Dewi},
  year={2014}
}
This study aims to find out the employment of lexical and syntactic complexities in the undergraduate students’ research articles and their correlations to their quality. It employes a quantitative design through corpus based analysis and correlation analysis using Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient. The results show that lexical density, lexical sophistication, and lexical variation are high except for verb variation, noun variation, adjective variation, adverb variation and… CONTINUE READING

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