Linguistic Variation in Research Articles

When discipline tells only part of the story

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Linguistic Variation in Research Articles investigates the linguistic characteristics of academic research articles, going beyond a traditional analysis of the generically-defined research article to take into account varied realizations of research articles within and across disciplines. It combines corpus-based analyses of 70+ linguistic features with analyses of the situational, or non-linguistic, characteristics of the Academic Journal Registers Corpus: 270 research articles from 6 diverse disciplines (philosophy, history, political science, applied linguistics, biology, physics) and representing three sub-registers (theoretical, quantitative, and qualitative research). Comprehensive analyses include a lexical/grammatical survey, an exploration of structural complexity, and a Multi-Dimensional analysis, all interpreted relative to the situational analysis of the corpus. The finding that linguistic variation in research articles does not occur along a single parameter like discipline is discussed relative to our understanding of disciplinary practices, the multidimensional nature of variation in research articles, and resulting methodological considerations for corpus studies of disciplinary writing.
[Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 71]  2015.  xiv, 222 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
ix–x
List of tables
xi–xii
List of figures
xiii–xiv
Chapter 1. Introduction
1–26
Chapter 2. Describing the domain of Academic Journal Writing
27–40
Chapter 3. Building and analyzing the Academic Journal Register Corpus
41–52
Chapter 4. The situational characteristics of the Academic Journal Register Corpus
53–82
Chapter 5. A lexical and grammatical survey
83–112
Chapter 6. Structural complexity in journal registers
113–132
Chapter 7. A multi-dimensional analysis of journal registers
133–168
Chapter 8. A Synthesis: What do we know?
169–186
References
187–198
Appendices
199–220
Index
221–222
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