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Document Type : Latin Dissertation
Language of Document : English
Record Number : 155533
Doc. No : 7200p
Call number : ‭7200‬
Main Entry : Hasehmi Sefat, Mahin
Title Proper : A Corpus-Based Textual Analysis of First Personal Deictic Elements Used in Persian and English Hard and Soft Sciences and its Pedagogical Implications
Supervisor : ; Biria, Reza
College : Isfahan (Khorasgan)
Date : , 2015=1394
Degree : M.A
field of study : , English translation
College : , Isfahan (Khorasgan)
student score : , 1394/06/17, 1393/00/00
Page No : xii, 97p.
Note : 845
: مترجمی زبان انگلیسی ۵۴۸
Abstract : Recently, authorial reference in research articles is deemed a rhetorical technique which researchers may employ in order to achieve the goal of representing themselves as competent members of their academic community. This thesis was a cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary study that investigated the frequencies and functions of first person deictic markers use from a corpus of Computing Science, Medicine, Applied Linguistics, and Sociology research articles, as hard (natural) and soft (social) science articles, written by Persian and English speakers. It was aimed to analyze similarities and differences between two different cultures and disciplines in terms of the authorial reference phenomena following Hyland's (2002) model. To achieve this purpose, a sample of 40 Persian and 40 English articles was selected. Although no significant difference was found between different disciplines, the obtained results indicated that English academic writers employed first person pronouns more than Persian in order to represent the writer. Furthermore, first person pronouns employed in order to play the function of explain the procedure had the highest frequency among the other rhetorical functions in both languages. According to the obtained findings, it was concluded that the frequency of first person pronouns in a corpus of research articles is subject to language difference and academic writers prefer to employ first person pronouns in order to explain a procedure..
Title and statement of responsibility and : A Corpus-Based Textual Analysis of First Personal Deictic Elements Used in Persian and English Hard and Soft Sciences and its Pedagogical Implications [Thesis]; Biria, Reza
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