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Adams, H.; Quintana-toledo, E. (2013). Adverbial stance marking in the introduction and conclusion sections of legal research articles. Revista de Lingüística y Lenguas Aplicadas. 8(1):13-22. doi:10.4995/rlyla.2013.1028.

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Title: Adverbial stance marking in the introduction and conclusion sections of legal research articles
Author: Adams, Heather Quintana-Toledo, Elena
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[EN] Although scientific research articles have traditionally been taken as examples of an objective style of writing that aims to minimise researchers' voices in their texts (Gilbert and Mulkay, 1984:42), authors inevitably ...[+]
Subjects: Adverbial stance markers , Attitude , Epistemic , Style , Introduction , Conclusion , Rresearch article
Copyrigths: Reserva de todos los derechos
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Revista de Lingüística y Lenguas Aplicadas. (issn: 1886-2438 ) (eissn: 1886-6298 )
DOI: 10.4995/rlyla.2013.1028
Publisher:
Editorial Universitat Politècnica de València
Publisher version: https://doi.org/10.4995/rlyla.2013.1028
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MICINN-FEDER/FFI 2009-10801
Thanks:
The authors collaborate in the research Project “Evidencialidad en un corpus multidisciplinar de artículos científico-técnicos en lengua inglesa”, grant FFI 2009-10801 (FEDER, Spanish Ministry for Science and Innovation). ...[+]
Type: Artículo

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