15.3541, TOC: Journal of English for Academic Purposes 4:1

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Subject: 15.3541, TOC: Journal of English for Academic Purposes 4:1

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Date: 20-Dec-2004
From: Julie Walker < j.neden at elsevier.com >
Subject: Journal of English for Academic Purposes 4:1 (2005)

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Date: Mon, 20 Dec 2004 11:17:39
From: Julie Walker < j.neden at elsevier.com >
Subject: Journal of English for Academic Purposes 4:1 (2005)

Publisher:      Elsevier Ltd.

Journal Title:  Journal of English for Academic Purposes
Volume Number:  4
Issue Number:  1
Issue Date:  Jan-2005

Main Text:

Editorial for 4,1: Some further thoughts on EAP and JEAP
L. Hamp-Lyons, K. Hyland
pp 1-4
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Arguing linguistics: corpus investigation of one functional variety
of academic discourse
M. Freddi
pp 5-26
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Beyond needs analysis: soft systems methodology for meaningful
collaboration in EAP course design
A. Tajino, R. James, K. Kijima
pp 27-42
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Dimensions of difference: a comparison of university writing and
IELTS writing
T. Moore, J. Morton
pp 43-66
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>From analysis to pedagogic applications: using newspaper genres to
write school genres
B.P.C. So
pp 67-82
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Pandora's box: academic perceptions of student plagiarism in writing
W. Sutherland-Smith
pp 83-95
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Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
                     Applied Linguistics

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