Article published In:
English Text Construction
Vol. 9:2 (2016) ► pp.268291
Abdi, Reza
2002Interpersonal metadiscourse: An indicator of interaction and identity. Discourse Studies 4 (2): 139–145. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Ädel, Annelie
2006Metadiscourse in L1 and L2 English. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Barlow, Michael
2003ParaConc: A Concordancer for Parallel Texts. Houston, TX: Athelstan.Google Scholar
Blaganje, Dana & Ivan Konte
1998Modern English Grammar (4th edn). Ljubljana: DZS.Google Scholar
Bosseaux, Charlotte
2004Translating point of view: A corpus-based study. Language Matters 35 (1): 259–274. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Brems, Lieselotte, Lobke Ghesquière & Freek Van de Velde
2012Intersections of intersubjectivity. English Text Construction 5 (1): 1–6. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Brown, Penelope & Steven C. Levinson
1987Politeness: Some Universals in Language Usage. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Carciu, Oana Maria
2009An intercultural study of first-person plural references in biomedical writing. Ibérica 181: 71–92.Google Scholar
Čmejrková, Svetla
1996Academic writing in Czech and English. In Academic Writing. Intercultural and Textual Issues, Eija Ventola & Anna Mauranen (eds). Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 137–152. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Déjà Vu
2007ATRIL Language Engineering. [URL]
de Pedro Ricoy, Raquel
2012Reading minds: A study of deictic shifts in translated written interaction between mental-health professionals and their readers. Linguistica Antverpiensia, New Series–Themes in Translation Studies 111: 51–73.Google Scholar
Eik-Nes, Nancy Lea
2009Dialogging: A social interactive practice in academic writing. Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 591: 49–62.Google Scholar
Fløttum, Kjersti, Torodd Kinn & Trine Dahl
2006“We now report on…” versus “Let us now see how…”: Author roles and interaction with readers in research articles. In Academic Discourse across Disciplines, Ken Hyland & Marina Bondi (eds). Bern: Peter Lang, 203–224. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Fu, Xiaoli
2012The use of interactional metadiscourse in job postings. Discourse Studies 14 (4): 399–417. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Gillaerts, Paul & Freek Van de Velde
2010Interactional metadiscourse in research article abstracts. Journal of English for Academic Purposes 9 (2): 128–139. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Gosden, H
2003‘Why not give us the full story?’: Functions of referees’ comments in peer reviews of scientific research papers. Journal of English for Academic Purposes 2 (2): 87–101. DOI logo–11Google Scholar
Harwood, Nigel
2005a‘Nowhere has anyone attempted… In this article I aim to do just that’: A corpus-based study of self-promotional I and we in academic writing across four disciplines. Journal of Pragmatics 37 (8): 1207–1231. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2005b‘We do not seem to have a theory… The theory I present here attempts to fill this gap’: Inclusive and exclusive pronouns in academic writing. Applied Linguistics 26 (3): 343–375. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Hermans, Theo
2002Paradoxes and aporias in translation and translation studies. In Translation Studies: Perspectives on an Emerging Discipline, Alessandra Riccardi (ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 10–23.Google Scholar
Hu, Guangwei & Feng Cao
2011Hedging and boosting in abstracts of applied linguistics articles: A comparative study of English-and Chinese-medium journals. Journal of Pragmatics 43 (11): 2795–2809. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Hyland, Ken
2002Options of identity in academic writing. ELT Journal 56 (4): 351–358. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2005aStance and engagement: A model of interaction in academic discourse. Discourse Studies 7 (2): 173–192. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
2005bMetadiscourse: Exploring Interaction in Writing. London and New York: Continuum.Google Scholar
2008Disciplinary voices: Interactions in research writing. English Text Construction 1 (1): 5–22. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Khoutyz, Irina
2013Engagement features in Russian & English: A cross-cultural analysis of academic written discourse. Teachers College, Columbia University Working Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics 13 (1): 1–20.Google Scholar
Kuteeva, Maria
2011Wikis and academic writing: Changing the writer–reader relationship. English for Specific Purposes 30 (1): 44–57. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Lee, Nagiko Iwata
2009Stance and engagement in writing: Japanese and American editorials. In Language for Professional Communication: Research, Practice & Training, Vijay K. Bhatia, Winnie Cheng, Bertha Du-Babcock & Jane Lung (eds). Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong, Asia-Pacific LSP and Professional Communication Association, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 61–70.Google Scholar
Liao, Min-Hsiu
2011Interaction in the genre of popular science: Writer, translator and reader. The Translator 17 (2): 349–368. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Lillis, Theresa & Mary Jane Curry
2006Professional academic writing by multilingual scholars: Interactions with literacy brokers in the production of English medium texts. Written Communication 23 (1): 3–35. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Martin, James
2000Beyond exchange: APPRAISAL systems in English. In Evaluation in Text: Authorial Stance and the Construction of Discourse, Susan Hunston & Geoff Thompson (eds). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 142–175.Google Scholar
Mauranen, Anna
1993Cultural Differences in Academic Rhetoric: A Text-linguistic Study. Frankfurt am Mein: Peter Lang.Google Scholar
2007Refleksivnost diskurza pri mednarodnih govorcih – raba v angleščini kot lingui franci. Jezik in slovstvo 3–4: 33–51.Google Scholar
2010Discourse reflexivity – A discourse universal? The case of ELF. Nordic Journal of English Studies 9 (2): 13–40. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
McGrath, Lisa & Maria Kuteeva
2012Stance and engagement in pure mathematics research articles: Linking discourse features to disciplinary practices. English for Specific Purposes 31 (3): 161–173. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
McKenny, John & Karen Bennett
Mikolic Južnic, Tamara
2013Bridging a grammar gap with explicitation: A case study of the nominalized infinitive. Across Languages and Cultures 14 (1): 75–98. DOI logo.Google Scholar
Molino, Alessandra
2010Personal and impersonal authorial references: A contrastive study of English and Italian Linguistics research articles. Journal of English for Academic Purposes 9 (2): 86–101. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Moreno, Ana I
2004Retrospective labelling in premise-conclusion metatext: An English-Spanish contrastive study of research articles on business and economics. Journal of English for Academic Purposes 3 (4): 321–339. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Munday, Jeremy
2012Evaluation in Translation: Critical Points of Translator Decision-making. London and New York: Routledge. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Mur Dueñas, Pilar
Nelson, Nancy & Monserrat Castelló
2012Academic writing and authorial voice. In University Writing. Selves and Texts in Academic Societies, Monserrat Castelló & Christiane Donahue (eds). Bingley, UK: Emerald, 33–52. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
O’Sullivan, Emer
2003Narratology meets translation studies, or, the voice of the translator in children’s literature. Meta: Journal des traducteurs / Meta: Translators’ Journal 48 (1–2): 197–207. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Pérez-Llantada, Carmen, Ramón Plo & Gibson R. Ferguson
2011‘You don’t say what you know, only what you can’: The perceptions and practices of senior Spanish academics regarding research dissemination in English. English for Specific Purposes 30 (1): 18–30. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Pisanski Peterlin, Agnes
2005Text-organising metatext in research articles: An English-Slovene contrastive analysis. English for Specific Purposes 24 (3): 307–319. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Scott, Mike
2008WordSmith Tools 5.0. Liverpool: Lexical Analysis Software.Google Scholar
Shaw, Philip
2003Evaluation and promotion across languages. Journal of English for Academic Purposes 2 (4): 343–357. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Shaw, Philip & Irena Vassileva
2009Co-evolving academic rhetoric across culture; Britain, Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany in the 20th century. Journal of Pragmatics 41 (2): 290–305. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Swales, John M., Ummul K. Ahmad, Yu-Ying Chang, Daniel Chavez, Dacia F. Dressen & Ruth Seymour
1998Consider this: The role of imperatives in scholarly writing. Applied Linguistics 19 (1): 97–121. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Tang, Ramona & Suganthi John
1999The ‘I’ in identity: Exploring writer identity in student academic writing through the first person pronoun. English for Specific Purposes 181: S23–S39. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Thompson, Geoff
2001Interaction in academic writing: Learning to argue with the reader. Applied Linguistics 22 (1): 58–78. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Thompson, Geoff & Susan Hunston
2000Evaluation: An introduction. In Evaluation in Text: Authorial Stance and the Construction of Discourse, Susan Hunston & Geoff Thompson (eds). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1–27.Google Scholar
Thompson, Geoff & Puleng Thetela
1995The sound of one hand clapping: The management of interaction in written discourse. Text 15 (1): 103–127. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Vande Kopple, William J
1985Some explanatory discourse on metadiscourse. College Composition and Communication 36 (1): 82–93. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Van Bonn, Sarah & John M. Swales
2007English and French journal abstracts in the language sciences: Three exploratory studies. Journal of English for Academic Purposes 6 (2): 93–108. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Vassileva, Irena
1997Hedging in English and Bulgarian academic writing. In Culture and Styles of Academic Discourse, Ana Duszak (ed.). Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 203–221. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Venuti, Lawrence
1993Translation as cultural politics: Regimes of domestication in English. Textual Practice 7 (2): 208–223. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Cited by

Cited by 4 other publications

Chou, Isabelle, Weiyi Li, Kanglong Liu & Dipima Buragohain
2023. Representation of interactional metadiscourse in translated and native English: A corpus-assisted study. PLOS ONE 18:7  pp. e0284849 ff. DOI logo
Li, Xiangdong
2020. Mediating cross-cultural differences in research article rhetorical moves in academic translation: A pilot corpus-based study of abstracts. Lingua 238  pp. 102795 ff. DOI logo
Pearson, William S. & Esmaeel Abdollahzadeh
2023. Metadiscourse in academic writing: A systematic review. Lingua 293  pp. 103561 ff. DOI logo
Pisanski Peterlin, Agnes
2019. Self-translation of academic discourse: the attitudes and experiences of authors-translators. Perspectives 27:6  pp. 846 ff. DOI logo

This list is based on CrossRef data as of 29 april 2024. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.