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Follow the steps outlined outlined here to identify at least three different examples of a genre in your field from different points in history.

      

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    Genre Analysis - John Swales
    Call Number: Shields Library PE1128.A2 S93 1990 Regular Loan
    ISBN: 0521328691
    Publication Date: 1990
    Swales outlines an approach to the analysis of genre, and then proceeds to consider examples of different genres and how they can be made accessible through genre analysis. See Chapter 7 for an overview of the history of Research Articles in English.

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    Disciplinary Discourses - Ken Hyland
    Call Number: Shields Library PN146 .H94 2000 Regular Loan
    ISBN: 0582419042
    Publication Date: 2000
    This book presents a series of innovative studies to explore the cultures of academic communities - considering how academics use language to organise their professional lives, carry out intellectual tasks and reach agreement on what will count as knowledge.

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