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ReCALL Vol. 24, No. 2 (May 2012) pp. 209–236
Presenting a persuasive authorial stance is a major challenge for second language (L2) writers in writing academic research. Failure to present an effective authorial stance often results in poor evaluation, which compromises a writer's research...
Taking an effective authorial stance in academic writing: Inductive learning for second language writers using a stance corpus
@?Taking an @?effective @?authorial @?stance in academic@writing: @?Inductive @?learning for @?second @?language @?writers @?using a @?stance @?corpus (2010) pp. 1–196
The study focuses on a pedagogical proposal using a specialized corpus to assist advanced second language (L2) writers to tackle a critical aspect in academic research writing, authorial stance-taking. Novice L2 writers are often found to project an ...