Table of contents for English for academic purposes : an advanced resource book / Ken Hyland.

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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
How to use this book
Introduction
Section A: Introduction
Theme 1: Conceptions and Controversies
Unit One: Specific or general academic purposes?
Unit Two: Study skills or academic literacy? 
Unit Three: Lingua Franca or Tyrannosaurus rex?
Unit Four: Pragmatism or Critique?
Theme 2: Literacies and Practices
Unit Five: Discourses, communities and cultures
Unit Six: Genre analysis and academic texts
Unit Seven: Corpus analysis and academic texts
Unit Eight: Ethnographically-oriented analysis and EAP
Theme 3: Design and Delivery
Unit Nine: Needs and Rights
Unit Ten: Development and Implementation 
Unit Eleven: Methodologies and Materials
Unit Twelve: Feedback and Assessment
Section B: Extension
Theme 1: Conceptions and Controversies
Unit One: Specific or general academic purposes?
Spack, R. (1988). Initiating ESL students into the academic discourse community: how far should we go? 
Hyland, K. (2002). Specificity revisited: how far should we go now? 
Unit Two: Study skills or academic literacy? 
Lea, M. and Street, B. (2000). Student writing and staff feedback in Higher education: An academic literacies approach. 
Unit Three: Lingua Franca or Tyrannosaurus rex?
Swales, J. (1997). English as Tyrannosaurus rex. 
Unit Four: Pragmatism or Critique?
Allison, D. (1996). Pragmatist discourse and English for Academic Purposes. 
Pennycook, A. (1997). Vulgar pragmatism, critical pragmatism, and EAP. 
Theme 2: Literacies and Practices
Unit Five: Discourses, communities and cultures
Myers, G. (1994). Narratives of science and nature in popularising molecular genetics. 
Becher, T. (1989). Academic tribes and territories: Intellectual inquiry and the cultures of disciplines. 
Mauranen, A. (1993). Contrastive ESP rhetoric: Metatext in Finnish-English Economics Texts. 
Unit Six: Genre analysis and academic texts
Yakhontova, T. (2002). 'Selling' or 'telling'? The issue of cultural variation in research genres. 
Chang, Y-Y & Swales, J. (1999) Informal elements in English academic writing: threats or opportunities for advanced non-native speakers? 
Unit Seven: Corpus analysis and academic texts
Hyland, K., & Milton, J. (1997). Qualification and certainty in L1 and L2 students? writing. 
Simpson, R. (2004) Stylistic features of academic speech.: the role of formulaic speech. 
Unit Eight: Ethnographically-oriented analysis and EAP
Chin, E. (1994). Redefiniing "context" in research on writing. 
Theme 3: Design and Delivery
Unit Nine: Needs and Rights
Benesch, S. (1999). Rights analysis: studying power relations in an academic setting. 
Unit Ten: Development and Implementation 
Barron, C. (2003). Problem-solving and EAP: themes and issues in a collaborative teaching venture. 
Unit Eleven: Methodologies and Materials
Johns, A. (1997) Text, role and context. Cambridge 
Flowerdew, L. (2000). Using a genre-based framework to teach organisational structure in academic writing
Warschauer, M. (2002). Networking into academic discourse 
Unit Twelve: Feedback and Assessment
Ivanic, R., Clark, R., Rimmershaw, R. (2000). What am I supposed to make of this?? The messages conveyed to students by tutors? written comments. 
 
Section C: EXPLORATION
Theme 1: Conceptions and Controversies
Unit One: Specific or general academic purposes?
Unit Two: Study skills or academic literacy? 
Unit Three: Lingua Franca or Tyrannosaurus rex?
Unit Four: Pragmatism or Critique?
Theme 2: Literacies and Practices
Unit Five: Discourses, communities and cultures
Unit Six: Genre analysis and academic texts
Unit Seven: Corpus analysis and academic texts
Unit Eight: Ethnographically-oriented analysis and EAP
Theme 3: Design and Delivery
Unit Nine: Needs and Rights
Unit Ten: Development and Implementation 
Unit Eleven: Methodologies and Materials
Unit Twelve: Feedback and Assessment
Glossary
References

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers.
English language -- Rhetoric -- Problems, exercises, etc.
Academic writing -- Study and teaching.
Language and education.
Applied linguistics.