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日本の大学における英語アカデミックライティング教育の可能性と課題
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Miyokawa, Norifumi
Araki, Hiroko
Sybing, Roehl
Ishii, Tatsuya
Miyamasu, Flaminia
Katayama, Akiko
Furukawa, Gavin
abstract
Today, whether English's dominance as a global lingua franca benefits higher education, more and more universities around the world have made efforts to integrate English academic writing education into their institutional policies and strategies. This trend has been observed particularly against the background where, with the increased internationalization of higher education, the imperative for universities globally to focus on maintaining or improving their international reputation and rankings has grown significantly. Indeed, such prestige tends to be assessed largely in terms of publications in English. With this in mind, we are concerned with how higher education institutions address these efforts toward promoting English academic writing in a specific non-English L1 context, namely Japan. English academic writing in university contexts where English is an additional language exists where the fields of language education, higher education administration, research methodology, and cultural socialization converge. Therefore, this volume brings together scholarship that aims to examine the different ways in which academic writing education shapes and is shaped by students, faculty and other stakeholders in Japanese universities. This volume’s eight chapters, by authors with diverse backgrounds, ranging from administrators to researchers, and from humanities and social sciences to medical studies, explore the opportunities and challenges of English academic writing education in Japanese universities by looking at related topics, including writing centers, faculty members, genre-specific education, and technology development. Together, the discussions in the individual chapters can contribute profoundly to theory, policy, and practice in the domains of curriculum, research, and administration in university contexts.
contents
Introduction… Norifumi Miyokawa 1
Part I: A writing center in Japan: Hiroshima University
Chapter One:
Development of the Hiroshima University Writing Center -From an administrative perspective-… Hiroko Araki & Norifumi Miyokawa 3
Chapter Two:
Perceptions of academic writing support -A needs analysis of the Hiroshima University Writing Center-… Roehl Sybing & Norifumi Miyokawa 17
Part II: Faculty development for academic writing
Chapter Three:
Potential roles of writing centers for writing related Faculty Development… Machi Sato & Shinichi Cho 31
Chapter Four:
Academic writing support for faculty members -Writing Groups and Writing Retreats-… Adina Staicov 45
Part III: Genre-specific education: Cases in the medical field
Chapter Five:
How to write the Introduction of biomedical research articles -Move analysis of the first and last sentences-… Takeshi Kawamoto & Tatsuya Ishii 57
Chapter Six:
Error analysis of overt lexicogrammatical errors in the prepublication English-language manuscripts of Japanese biomedical researchers -With implications for the teaching of writing for biomedical research –… Flaminia Miyamasu 67
Part IV: Theoretical and practical approaches to academic writing
Chapter Seven:
Language socialization and writing centers… Akiko Katayama 81
Chapter Eight:
Socialization into integrity -Using plagiarism software to teach L2 writing-… Gavin Furukawa 95
Acknowledgements… Norifumi Miyokawa 108
journal title
Reviews in higher education
volume
Volume 157
date of issued
2021-03-31
publisher
広島大学高等教育研究開発センター
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978-4-86637-026-2
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language
eng
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Book
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Books
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application/pdf
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Research Institute for Higher Education
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