Academic Publishing: Issues and Challenges in the Construction of Knowledge: Issues and Challenges in the Construction of Knowledge [Pehme köide]

  • Formaat: Paperback, 256 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 234x162x13 mm, kaal: 400 g, illustrations
  • Sari: Oxford Applied Linguistics
  • Ilmumisaeg: 12-Feb-2015
  • Kirjastus: Oxford University Press
  • ISBN-10: 0194423956
  • ISBN-13: 9780194423953
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  • Formaat: Paperback, 256 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 234x162x13 mm, kaal: 400 g, illustrations
  • Sari: Oxford Applied Linguistics
  • Ilmumisaeg: 12-Feb-2015
  • Kirjastus: Oxford University Press
  • ISBN-10: 0194423956
  • ISBN-13: 9780194423953
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As well as outlining implications for pedagogy in the English-language classroom, Hyland fully evaluates the social practices surrounding knowledge creation and the political implications of global publishing.

Ken Hyland provides an authoritative discussion of key aspects of writing for academic publication.

The author discusses the impact of English as a global academic language The growth of the assessment culture surrounding publication The practices of knowledge construction at institutional and local levels The emergence of Open Access and social media publishing.

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"...the issues and challenges [ are] clearly and comprehensively described in this book..." Modern English Teacher "This book presents a clear and accessible discussion of the key aspects of writing for academic publication, and the role of such publishing in the 'knowledge construction industry'... It gives a comprehensive and lucid account of the concepts, issues and challenges facing all those who engage in academic writing... The author also explores the impact of English as a global academic language, the conventions of publication and the implications of all this for ELT pedagogy." English Teaching Professional "Addressing what takes place in academia and what the community insiders feel implicitly but hardly acknowledge publicly is really invaluable.... I learnt a lot from reading the book, and gaining more confidence when dealing with the challenges faced by academic writers is only one of its benefits." System "Hyland's recent book is one of the most important yet sobering tomes on academic publishing in various disciplines that I have read... What Hyland describes in this thoroughly researched book is essential for all junior scholars to know if they plan to write for publication early in their careers." English for Specific Purposes journal "As a leading figure in applied linguistics, Ken Hyland is remarkably diligent and productive, generating publications at an amazing speed. His books never fail to inspire, including this recent volume".The nine chapters cite an extremely varied and extensive range of very recent literature, with the text remaining dynamic, fresh, and sparkling with insights throughout. The book constitutes a milestone in the scholarship on academic publishing in an English-dominant era." Journal of Second Language Writing This book, by Ken Hyland, one of the leading scholars in the field of academic publishing, is an authoritative contribution to the literature in this domain. It engages the reader in a nuanced discussion on the intricate world of academic publishing, in its dynamic development and its interrelatedness with knowledge construction... Despite its thematic and informational complexity, the book is reader-friendly, thanks to the author's approach and style... Overall, the book is a valuable, data-rich contribution to our understanding of the complex picture of academic publishing. Journal of English for Academic Purposes Academic Publishing: Issues and Challenges in the Construction of Knowledge is a must-read reference book for those involved in research into scholarly publication, especially novice researchers. The book has successfully provided a timely contribution to the knowledge base on scholarly publication and presented a state of the art survey of the literature and research in this domain. There is no doubt that a book of such a high caliber can only be produced by stellar scholars such as Ken Hyland, whose distinguished status is clear to anyone within the field of EAP and whose invaluable insights have always triggered disciplinary discussions and pushed the boundaries of disciplinary scholarship forward. Linguist List "Ken Hyland's book is an important contribution to the literature on academic publishing. It is accessibly written, key concepts and themes are well explained, and the issues that are discussed are clearly connected to the challenges faced by academic writers." Brian Paltridge, Professor of TESOL, University of Sydney

1 Impetus: the imperatives of publication
1(22)
1.1 Publishing as knowledge production
2(4)
1.2 Publishing as regulation and reward
6(4)
1.3 Publishing and the measurement of esteem
10(5)
1.4 Counting the costs
15(6)
1.5 Conclusions: an abundance of riches?
21(2)
2 Locality: global and local publishing
23(22)
2.1 Everybody's doing it: going global
23(5)
2.2 Staying local: challenges and benefits
28(6)
2.3 Local versus global knowledge
34(5)
2.4 Publishing from the periphery
39(4)
2.5 Conclusions: making space for the local
43(2)
3 Language: visibility and inequality
45(22)
3.1 English in academic publishing: dominance or prevalence?
45(7)
3.2 English and communicative inequality in writing for publication
52(7)
3.3 Language, publishing, and non-Anglophone authors
59(6)
3.4 Conclusions: disadvantage and modest mitigations
65(2)
4 Authoring: engagement and collaboration
67(24)
4.1 Academic authoring and rhetorical engagement
67(8)
4.2 Authoring as co-authoring: collaborative research
75(7)
4.3 Death of the author? Changing conceptions and contested contributions
82(6)
4.4 Conclusions: authorship matters
88(3)
5 Participation: community and expertise
91(22)
5.1 Global communities, local interactions, and personal positions
91(5)
5.2 Experts and newcomers
96(6)
5.3 Participation as learning
102(9)
5.4 Conclusions: a thoroughly social practice
111(2)
6 Genres: articles and alternatives
113(24)
6.1 Research articles: `the master narrative'
113(9)
6.2 Books, blogs, and other genres
122(8)
6.3 Chains, networks, and transformations
130(5)
6.4 Conclusions: affordances and challenges
135(2)
7 Journals: impact and access
137(24)
7.1 Roles, ranks, and relevance: journals in academic publishing
137(4)
7.2 Establishing a brand: journal descriptions
141(9)
7.3 Publishers, predators, and access
150(9)
7.4 Conclusions: the commercial/academic interface
159(2)
8 Gatekeepers: evaluation and regulation
161(20)
8.1 Purposes, practices, and problems of peer review
161(8)
8.2 `Revise and resubmit': commentary in peer reviews
169(6)
8.3 Negotiating with editors
175(6)
8.4 Conclusions: a question of faith
181(1)
9 Pedagogy: choices and strategies
181(26)
9.1 English for research purposes: assumptions and curricula
185(5)
9.2 Focus on language
190(6)
9.3 Focus on strategies
196(7)
9.4 Conclusions and final thoughts
203(4)
References 207(24)
Index 231

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