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Wed May 19 2010

Qs: Move Analysis Applied to Dissertation Abstracts

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        1.    Sara Talaee, Move Analysis Applied to Dissertation Abstracts

Message 1: Move Analysis Applied to Dissertation Abstracts
Date: 18-May-2010
From: Sara Talaee <belle_fille1025yahoo.com>
Subject: Move Analysis Applied to Dissertation Abstracts
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For my MA thesis I am doing a comparative genre analysis of
dissertation abstracts in the hard and soft sciences with respect to
move analysis. So, what I need is a suitable model for move analysis in
the genre of abstracts. For introduction writing, Swale's model for move
analysis is available but unfortunately I couldn't find a convenient model
for the above mentioned analysis for abstracts. I would be really
grateful if you could help me in finding a suitable one.

So, many thanks in advance.

Regards,
Sara Talaee

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
                            Text/Corpus Linguistics

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