Understanding Chinese Multilingual Scholars’ Experiences of Writing and Publishing in English

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Chapter 1: Introduction.- Chapter 2: A Social-Cognitive Framework.- Chapter 3: Controversial Issues in ERPP Studies.- Chapter 4: An Ethnographic Case Study Design.- Chapter 5: Challenges Chinese Multilingual Scholars Faced While Publishing in English.- Chapter 6: Dr Zhao- A Commander-in-Chief.- Chapter 7: Dr Zheng- A Faithful Co-Operator.- Chapter 8: Dr Zhou- A Strong-Willed Writer.- Chapter 9: Dr Ma- An Epiphanic Scholar.- Chapter 10: Conclusion.

Understanding Chinese Multilingual Scholars’ Experiences of Writing and Publishing in English

A Social-Cognitive Perspective

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This book analyses the English writing and publishing experiences of 118 scholars from 18 Chinese universities from a social-cognitive perspective. It addresses the challenges and strategies multilingual scholars, particularly Chinese academics, reported in the process of writing and publishing in English. This allows the author to present a taxonomy of journal article writing strategies that correspond to the lived experiences of scholars in China, but which can also be applied to other contexts in the world. This book offers a step-by-step analysis of ethnographic case studies, insights and implications for teaching practice, as well as suggested directions for future research. It will be of particular interest to scholars in the fields of ERPP (English for Research Publication Purposes) as well as students and scholars of applied linguistics more broadly.

"This book makes valuable contributions to the research and pedagogy of EAP and ERPP. ... the author's taxonomy of writing and teaching strategies provides interesting suggestions for EAP teachers worldwide. ... the book opens up a number of practical avenues for further study, making a significant theoretical, methodological and practical contribution to the field. Although the volume is tailored to the needs of EAP writers, researchers, and teachers, it might well equally inspire policymakers and other practitioners in related fields." (Shuozi Wu and Xiqin Liu, Journal of English for Academic Purposes, November 2, 2021)
"A worthy addition to your library of knowledge. I found it to be a very readable text which has helped develop my writing skills and how I approach my writing in English. I believe that works such as this help lay a solid foundation for myself and any other academics aspiring to publish consistently internationally. ... The contribution this book makes to the study of Chinese multilingual scholars' experiences of writing and publishing in English is noteworthy and possibly far-reaching." (Xiufeng Zhang and Hengwen Yang, System, April 17, 2021)


Congjun Mu is a Professor at Shanghai Maritime University, China. His current research interests cover EAP, metadiscourse analysis and second language writing.

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Einband

Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

23.01.2020

Verlag

Springer

Seitenzahl

260

Maße (L/B/H)

21.6/15.3/2 cm

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Details

Einband

Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

23.01.2020

Verlag

Springer

Seitenzahl

260

Maße (L/B/H)

21.6/15.3/2 cm

Gewicht

498 g

Auflage

1st ed. 2020

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-3-030-33937-1

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  • Understanding Chinese Multilingual Scholars’ Experiences of Writing and Publishing in English
  • Chapter 1: Introduction.- Chapter 2: A Social-Cognitive Framework.- Chapter 3: Controversial Issues in ERPP Studies.- Chapter 4: An Ethnographic Case Study Design.- Chapter 5: Challenges Chinese Multilingual Scholars Faced While Publishing in English.- Chapter 6: Dr Zhao- A Commander-in-Chief.- Chapter 7: Dr Zheng- A Faithful Co-Operator.- Chapter 8: Dr Zhou- A Strong-Willed Writer.- Chapter 9: Dr Ma- An Epiphanic Scholar.- Chapter 10: Conclusion.