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Document Type : Latin Dissertation
Language of Document : English
Record Number : 155356
Doc. No : 4550p
Call number : ‭4550‬
Main Entry : Rahavard, Shaahin
Title Proper : Cultural Variations across Academic Genres: A Generic Analysis of Intertextuality and Authorial Presence in Masters Theses Introductions
Supervisor : ; Saeed Ketabi
Advisor : ; Sajjad Shafiee
College : Khorasgan
Date : , 2013=1391
Degree : M.A
field of study : , Teaching English
College : , Khorasgan
student score : , 1391/11/15, 1390/00/00
Page No : x , 102p.
Note : 830
Abstract : Genre analysis of texts has always been significant. The current study aimed at investigating intertextuality and citation patterns, and authorial presence considering cultural variations and differences in students' discourse communities. Social studies, philosophy, and biology were chosen as the representatives of social sciences, humanities and sciences. Tehran University, one of the most prominent and oldest universities in Iran, was chosen as the source of the theses. From each discipline, eight theses were chosen randomly. First, the organization of the introductions was analyzed according to Samraj's revised model of Swales (2008). Then, citation patterns were analyzed in terms of integral and non-integral citations. Finally, authorial presence in the introductions was investigated considering only first person singular pronoun in its various forms which are subject, possessive, and reflexive as was done previously by Samraj in 2008. Then the results were compared and contrasted. After that, a comparative and contrastive analysis was performed between the results obtained from this study and the ones obtained from Samraj's (2008). The results were truly interesting as philosophy was considered a different discipline from the other two because the results from both studies indicated that the social studies and biology introductions had the highest number of citations and the minimum number of first person singular pronoun use while the philosophy introductions were the opposite. Also, in terms of organization, social studies and biology introductions were quite similar and followed the traditional format of thesis writing whereas philosophy introductions were different as they had a more topic-based structure. Keywords: Genre analysis; Intertextuality; Citation patterns; Authorial presence.
electronic file name : 4550.pdf
Title and statement of responsibility and : Cultural Variations across Academic Genres: A Generic Analysis of Intertextuality and Authorial Presence in Masters Theses Introductions [Thesis]; Saeed Ketabi; Sajjad Shafiee
Internal Bibliographies/Indexes Note : Bibliography :p. 61-63
 
 
 
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