大学院生のための学術作文術:必須課題・スキル(第2版)<br>Academic Writing for Graduate Students : Essential Tasks and Skills (Michigan Series in English for Academic & Professional Purposes) (2ND)

大学院生のための学術作文術:必須課題・スキル(第2版)
Academic Writing for Graduate Students : Essential Tasks and Skills (Michigan Series in English for Academic & Professional Purposes) (2ND)

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基本説明

New to this edition are updates and replacements of older data sets, a broader range of disciplines represented in models and examples, a discussion of discourse analysis, and additional tips for Internet communication.

Table of Contents

Introduction to the Second Edition                 1  (6)
Unit One: An Approach to Academic Writing 7 (37)
Audience 8 (2)
Purpose and Strategy 10 (2)
Organization 12 (4)
Style 16 (2)
Language Focus: The Vocabulary Shift 18 (4)
Language Focus: Formal Grammar Style 22 (4)
Flow 26 (1)
Language Focus: Linking Words and Phrases 27 (5)
Language Focus: this + Summary Word 32 (8)
Presentation 40 (2)
Positioning 42 (2)
Unit Two: Writing General-Specific Texts 44 (39)
General Statements 47 (2)
Definitions 49 (2)
Language Focus: The Language of Defining and 51 (4)
Naming
Formal Sentence Definitions 55 (2)
Language Focus: The Grammar of Definitions 57 (10)
Extended Definitions 67 (6)
Competing Definitions 73 (2)
Contrastive Definitions 75 (5)
Comparative Definitions 80 (3)
Unit Three: Problem, Process, and Solution 83 (29)
The Structure of Problem-Solution Texts 83 (3)
Language Focus: Midposition Adverbs 86 (2)
Procedures and Processes 88 (3)
Language Focus: Verbs and Agents in the 91 (11)
Solution
Language Focus: -ing Clauses of Result 102(5)
Language Focus: Indirect Questions 107(5)
Unit Four: Data Commentary 112(35)
Strength of Claim 112(4)
Structure of Data Commentary 116(3)
Language Focus: Verbs in Indicative and 119(3)
Informative Summaries
Language Focus: Linking as-Clauses 122(3)
Language Focus: Qualifications and Strength 125(7)
of Claim
Language Focus: Qualifying Comparisons 132(6)
Language Focus: Dealing with "Problems" 138(3)
Language Focus: Referring to Lines on Graphs 141(4)
Language Focus: Prepositions of Time 145(2)
Unit Five: Writing Summaries 147(33)
Writing an Assignment Summary 148(14)
Language Focus: Identifying the Source in a 162(3)
Summary
Language Focus: Nominal that-Clauses 165(3)
Language Focus: Summary Reminder Phrases 168(4)
Some Notes on Plagiarism 172(2)
Comparative Summaries 174(3)
Language Focus: Showing Similarities and 177(3)
Differences
Unit Six: Writing Critiques 180(35)
Book Reviews 181(7)
Language Focus: Evaluative Language 188(2)
Evaluating an Article 190(3)
Language Focus: Unreal Conditionals 193(2)
Language Focus: Evaluative Language Revisited 195(2)
Critical Reading 197(10)
Language Focus: Beginning the Critique 207(1)
Language Focus: Inversions (emphatic 208(1)
sentences)
Language Focus: Special Verb Agreements 209(1)
Reaction Papers 210(3)
Language Focus: Scare Quotes 213(1)
A Few Thoughts on Manuscript Reviews 214(1)
Unit Seven: Constructing a Research Paper I 215(27)
Types of Serial Research Publication 215(2)
Short Communications (SCs) 217(3)
Longer Research Papers 220(4)
Methods 224(4)
Language Focus: Linking Phrases in Extended 228(2)
Methods
Language Focus: Hyphens in Noun Phrases in 230(2)
Condensed Methods
Results 232(10)
Unit Eight: Constructing a Research Paper I1 242(45)
Introduction Sections 242(1)
Creating a Research Space 243(7)
Language Focus: Claiming Centrality 250(1)
Reviewing the Literature 251(3)
Language Focus: Citation and Tense 254(3)
Move 2-Establishing a Niche 257(1)
Language Focus: Negative Openings in Move 2 258(4)
Occupying the Niche 262(1)
Language Focus: Tense and Purpose Statements 263(1)
Completing an Introduction 264(4)
Discussion Sections 268(6)
Language Focus: Levels of Generalization 274(1)
Language Focus: Expressions of Limitation 275(2)
Cycles of Moves 277(1)
Unfinished Business 278(9)
Appendixes 287(36)
Appendix One: Articles in Academic Writing 289(13)
Appendix Two: Academic English and Latin 302(4)
Phrases
Appendix Three: E-Mail 306(9)
Appendix Four: Writing Up a Small Research 315(8)
Project
References 323(4)
Index 327