Here is a list of the sources that have been used for the AWELU section called Genres and text types.
For practical reasons, the sources have been divided into two sections; first sources connected with the field of academic writing, followed by a list of the example texts that have been used.
Books, articles and online resources
Alexandrov, A.V. & Hennerici, M.G. (2007). Writing good abstracts.
Cerebrovascular Diseases, 23, 256-259. Access via LUB Search
Bhatia, V. K. (1998). Generic Conflicts in Academic Discourse. In Fortanet, I.,
Posteguillo, S., Palmer, J. C. and Coll, J. F. (eds), Genre Studies in English for
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Bhatia, V. K. (2004). Worlds of Written Discourse. London: Continuum. This title in Libris
Bazerman, C. (1981). What written knowledge does: Three examples of
academic discourse. Philosophy of the Social Sciences 11, 361-387. Access via LUB Search and Sage Journals
Block, S.M. (1996). Do's [sic] and don'ts of poster presentation. Biophysical
Journal, 71, 3527-3529. Access via LUB Search and Science Direct
Bloor, M. and Bloor, T. (1986). Languages for specific purposes: Practise and
theory. CLCS Occasional Papers, 19. Dublin: Trinity College, Centre for
Language and Communication Studies. Access via ERIC
Bunton, D. (1998). Linguistic and textual problems in Ph.D. and M.Phil theses:
An analysis of genre moves and metatext. Unpublished PhD thesis.
University of Hong Kong. Access via the HKU Scholars Hub (PDF)
Burton, M. Publ. (2007). Hints and tips on how to write for publication in
academic and professional journals. Unpublished.
Coad, J. & Devitt, P. (2005). Research dissemination: The art of writing an
abstract for conferences. Nurse Education on Practice, 6, 112-116. Access via
LUB Search and ScienceDirect
Coffin, C., Curry, M., Goodman, S., Hewings, A., Lillis, T. & Swann, J. (2003).
Teaching academic writing: A toolkit for higher education. London:
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Association of Petrolium Geologists. [Unpublished and no longer available on the Internet.] (PDF)
Einstein, A. (1934). Essays in Science. New York: The Philosophical Library.
Elbow, P. (1998). Reflections on academic discourse: How it relates to freshmen
and colleagues. In V. Zamel & R. Spack (Eds.), Negotiating academic
literacies, (pp. 183-195). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. Access via LUB Search and JSTOR
Etherington, S. (2008). Academic writing and the disciplines. In Friedrich, P.
(Ed.), Teaching Academic Writing (pp. 26-58). London: Continuum. This title in Lovisa
Fraser, J., Fuller, L. & Hutber, G. (2009) Creating effective conference abstracts
and posters in Biomedicine: 500 tips. Oxford: Radcliffe Pub. Access via Google Books
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English. London: Imperial College Press. This title in Lovisa
Graetz, N. (1985). Teaching EFL students to extract structural information from
abstracts. In Ulijn, J.M. and Pugh, A.K. (eds), Reading for professional
purposes, 123-135. Leuven: ACCO. Access via LUB Search and ERIC
Hansen, W. (1991). Suggestions to authors of the reports of the United States
Geological Survey. Washington: Government Printing Office. This title in Lovisa
Happell, B. (2007). Hitting the target! A no tears approach to writing an abstract
for a conference presentation. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing,
16, 447-453. Access via LUB Search
Hernon, P. & Schwartz, C. (2010). Writing an abstract. Library & Information
Science Research, 32, 173. Access via LUB Search and ScienceDirect
Hill, S. S., Soppelsa, B. F. & West, G. K. (1982) Teaching ESL students to read
and write experimental research papers. TESOL Quarterly, 16, 333-347.
Access via LU Search and JSTOR
Hyland, K. (2009). Academic discourse: English in a Global Context. London: Continuum. This title in Lovisa
Hyland, K. (2004). Disciplinary Discourses: Social Interactions in Academic Writing.
Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press. This title in Lovisa
Hyland, K. (2006). English for academic purposes – An advanced resource book.
New York: Routledge. This title in Libris
Hyland, K. (2001). Humble servants of the discipline? Self-mention in research
articles. English for Specific Purposes, 20, 207-226. Access via LUB Search and ScienceDirect
Hyland, K. (2002). Specificity revisited: How far should we go now? English for
Specific Purposes, 21, 385-395. Access via LUB Search and ScienceDirect
Kanoksilapatham, B. (2005). Rhetorical structure of biochemistry research
articles. English for Specific Purposes, 24, 269-292. Access via LUB Search and ScienceDirect
Kolin, P. C. (2010). Successful writing at work. Boston: Wadsworth, Cengage
Learning. This title in Libris
Lorés, R. (2004). On RA abstracts: From rhetorical structure to thematic
organisation. English for Specific Purposes, 23, 280-302. Access via
LUB Search and ScienceDirect
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models in learning academic writing. Journal of Second Language Writing,
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Matthews, J.R. & Matthews, R.W. (2008). Successful scientific writing.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. This title in Lovisa
Noguchi, J. T. (2001). The Science Review Article: An Opportune Genre in the
Construction of Science. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, The University of
Birmingham, UK. Access via Google Books
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views on assessed writing tasks. In Keily, R., Clibbon, G., Rea-Dickins, P. &
Woodfield, H. (Eds.), Language, culture and Identity in applied linguistics
(British Studies in Applied Linguistics, Vol. 21). London: Equinox Publishing. Access via Google Scholar (PDF)
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writing by students from arts and science backgrounds. Studies in Higher
Education, 30, 517–533. Access via LUB Search
Paltridge, B. (2002). Thesis and dissertation writing: An examination of
published advice and actual practise. English for Specific Purposes, 21(2),
125-143. Access via LUB Search and ScienceDirect
Pelger, S. (2007). Kommunikation för naturvetare. Lund: Studentlitteratur. This title in Lovisa
Santos, M.B.D. (1996). The textual organization of research paper abstracts in
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University, Centre for Languages and Literature. Access via LUP
Swales, J. and Feak, C. (1994). Academic writing for graduate students - A
course for nonnative speakers of English. Ann Arbor: The University of
Tarone, E., Dwyer, S., Gillette, S. & Icke, V. (1998). On the use of the
passive and active voice in astrophysics journal papers: With extensions to
other languages and other fields. English for Specific Purposes, 17,
113-132. Access via LUB Search and ScienceDirect
Tight, M. (2003). Reviewing the reviewers. Quality in Higher Education, 9,
295-303. Access via LUB Search
Vintzileos, A.M. & Ananth, C.V. (2010). How to write and publish an original
research article. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 202,
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Weller, A.C. (2001). Editorial peer review: Its strengths and weaknesses.
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Development in a historical perspective. Lund University: Dept of Economic
History. [Unpublished and no longer available on the Internet.] (PDF)
Townsend, S.W., Hollen, L.I. & Manser, M.B. (2010) Meerkat close calls encode
group-specific signatures, but receivers fail to discriminate. Animal Behaviour,
80, 133-138. Access via LUB Search and ScienceDirect