Academic texts have sometimes been defined as texts providing impersonal and objective records of external realities. Actually, they are the results of actions of socially situated writers who employ social and linguistic conventions in order to engage their readers and persuade them of the claims that are being made.

Boosters and hedges: two sides of the same coin? A case study of a small corpus of economics textbooks / Poppi, Franca. - STAMPA. - (2004), pp. 137-150.

Boosters and hedges: two sides of the same coin? A case study of a small corpus of economics textbooks

POPPI, Franca
2004

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Academic texts have sometimes been defined as texts providing impersonal and objective records of external realities. Actually, they are the results of actions of socially situated writers who employ social and linguistic conventions in order to engage their readers and persuade them of the claims that are being made.
Evaluation in oral and written academic Discourse
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Boosters and hedges: two sides of the same coin? A case study of a small corpus of economics textbooks / Poppi, Franca. - STAMPA. - (2004), pp. 137-150.
Poppi, Franca
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