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Table of Contents

Guest Editorial

English for Specific Academic Purposes (ESAP) Writing PDF
John Flowerdew 1-4

Featured Essay

English for Specific Academic Purposes (ESAP) Writing: Making the case PDF
John Flowerdew 5-32

Research Matters

Studying disciplinary corpora to teach the craft of Discussion PDF
Elena Cotos , Stephanie Link , Sarah Huffman 33-64
Participatory genre analysis of statements of purpose: An identity-focused study PDF
Simon Ho Wang , John Flowerdew 65-89
Textual appropriation in two discipline-specific undergraduate writings PDF
Ling Shi 91-116

Reflections on Practice

A 3-D Approach to Discovering and Creating the Features of Written Texts PDF
Martha C. Pennington 117-147
A genre-instantiation approach to teaching English for Specific Academic Purposes: Student writing in Business, Economics and Engineering PDF
Sheena Gardner 149-176
Supporting doctoral writing at an Australian university PDF
Sue Starfield 177-198
Writing retreats as writing pedagogy PDF
Brian Paltridge 199-213

From the e-Sphere

Collaborative script writing for a digital media project PDF
Lindsay Miller 215-228

New Books

Academic literacy and student diversity: The case for inclusive practice Ursula Wingate (2015) and Genre-based automated writing evaluation for L2 research writing: From design to evaluation and enhancement Elena Cotos (2014) PDF
Carrie Aldrich , Amanda Gallogly 229-235
Task-Based Language Learning – Insights from and for L2 Writing PDF
Yu Li 237-242

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