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Journal Title: Journal of English for Academic Purposes
Volume/Issue:   13 /
Issue Title: Writing for Publication in Multilingual Contexts
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: 1. Editorial board
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2. Writing for publication in multilingual contexts: An introduction to the special issue
Maria Kuteeva, Anna Mauranen
Pages 1-4


3. Parallel language use in academic and outreach publication: A case study of policy and practice
Lisa McGrath
Pages 5-16

4. Canada has two official languages—Or does it? Case studies of Canadian scholars' language choices and practices in disseminating knowledge
Guillaume Gentil, Jérémie Séror
Pages 17-30

5. ‘Theoretical subtleties’ or ‘text modules’? German researchers' language demands and attitudes across disciplinary cultures
Claus Gnutzmann, Frank Rabe
Pages 31-40

6. Seeking entry to the North American market: Chinese management academics publishing internationally
Yongyan Li
Pages 41-52

7. English for research publication and dissemination in bi-/multiliterate environments: The case of Romanian academics
Laura-Mihaela Muresan, Carmen Pérez-Llantada
Pages 53-64

8. ‘English is my default academic language’: Voices from LSP scholars publishing in a multilingual journal
Ana Bocanegra-Valle
Pages 65-77


9. Writing and publishing in peripheral scholarly journals: How to enhance the global influence of multilingual scholars?
Françoise Salager-Meyer
Pages 78-82

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10. Scientific Discourse and the Rhetoric of Globalization. The Impact of Language and Culture
Maria Angeles Ruiz-Moneva
Pages 83-85


11. BALEAP: The global forum for EAP professionals
Pages 86
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
LL Issue: 25.1060