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Journal Title: Journal of English for Academic Purposes
Volume/Issue:   12/2
Issue Title: Source Use in L2 Academic Writing
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: 1. Source use in academic writing: An introduction to the special issue
Pages A1-A3
Philip Shaw, Diane Pecorari

2. Three ESL students writing a policy paper assignment: An activity-analytic perspective
Pages 73-86
Yongyan Li
Highlights

3. “Why am I paraphrasing?”: Undergraduate ESL writers' engagement with source-based academic writing and reading
Pages 87-98
Alan Hirvela, Qian Du

4. Where from, who, why and how? A study of the use of sources by first year L2 university students
Pages 99-109
Celia Thompson, Janne Morton, Neomy Storch

5. Task requirements, task representation, and self-reported citation functions: An exploratory study of a successful L2 student's writing
Pages 110-124
Bojana Petrić, Nigel Harwood

6. The development of source use by international postgraduate students
Pages 125-135
Mary Davis

7. Investigating the reading-to-write processes and source use of L2 postgraduate students in real-life academic tasks: An exploratory study
Pages 136-147
Sharon McCulloch

Book reviews

8. Plagiarism, Intellectual Property and the Teaching of L2 Writing
Pages 148-150
Jackie Hulse

9. Academic Writing and Plagiarism: A Linguistic Analysis; Cite them Right: The Essential Referencing Guide; Referencing and Understanding Plagiarism
Pages 150-152
Stephen Hill
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
 
LL Issue: 24.2192