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University Writing in Central and Eastern Europe: Tradition, Transition, and Innovation


University Writing in Central and Eastern Europe: Tradition, Transition, and Innovation
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Preface; David R. Russell.- Introduction: Understanding Academic Writing in the Context of Central and Eastern European Higher Education; Claudia Doroholschi, Dumitru Tucan, Madalina Chitez, and Otto Kruse.- Part I Academic Writing Provision in Central and Eastern Europe: Models, Directions, and Strategies.- A European Model for Writing Support; John Harbord.- Studying and Developing Local Writing Cultures: An Institutional Partnership Project Supporting Transition in Eastern Europe's Higher Education; Otto Kruse, Madalina Chitez, Mira Bekar, Claudia Doroholschi, Tatyana Yakhontova.- Academic writing at Babe -Bolyai University. A Case Study; Camelia Moraru, Mihaela Alua , Andrei Kelemen, Rodica Lung, Romana Emilia Cramarenco, Sonia Pavlenko, Christian Schuster, Cristina Bojan, Robert Balazsi.- Institutional Writing Support in Romania: Setting Up a Writing Center at the West University of Timi oara; Claudia Ioana Doroholschi.- Part II Research in Writing: Case Studies in L1.- Academic Writing in a Russian University Setting: Challenges and Perspectives; Irina Shchemeleva and Natalia Smirnova.- Reader Versus Writer Responsibility Revisited: a Polish-Russian Contrastive Approach; Lukasz Salski and Olga Dolgikh.-  Perceptions About "Good Writing" and "Writing Competences" in Romanian Academic Writing Practices: A Questionnaire Study; Cristina Baniceru and Dumitru Tucan.- Research Articles as a Means of Communicating Science: Polish and Global Conventions; Aleksandra Makowska.- Part III Approaches in EFL Writing Research.- Corpus Linguistics Meets Academic Writing: Examples of Applications in the Romanian EFL Context; Madalina Chitez.- Individual Differences and Micro-Argumentative Writing Skills in EFL: An Exploratory Study at a Hungarian University; Gyula Tankó and Kata Csizér.- In at the Deep End: The Struggles of First-Year Hungarian University Students Adapting to the Requirements of Written Academic Discourse in an EFL Context; Francis J. Prescott.- Assertion and Assertiveness in the Academic Writing of Polish EFL Speakers; Jacek Mydla and David Schauffler.- Extended Patchwriting in EFL Academic Writing of Hungarian Students: Signs and Possible Reasons; Katalin Doró.- Peer Review and Journal Writing in the Eyes of First-Year Students of English Studies: A Writing Course at the University of Lódz; Ola Majchrzak and Lukasz Salski.- An Analysis of Dissertation Abstracts Written by Non-Native English Speakers at a Serbian University: Differences and Similarities Across Disciplines; Marina Katic and Jelisaveta Safranj

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Breite: 154
Gewicht: 556 g
Höhe: 243
Länge: 17
Seiten: 248
Sprachen: Englisch
Autor: Claudia Ioana Doroholschi, Dumitru Tucan, Lukasz Salski, Madalina Chitez, Otto Kruse

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