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Attitudinal Evaluation in Chinese University Students’ English Writing : A Contrastive Perspective.

By: Liu, Xinghua.
Contributor(s): McCabe, Anne.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Corpora and Intercultural Studies: Publisher: Singapore : Springer Singapore, 2017Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (146 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789811064159.Subject(s): English language-Study and teaching-Chinese speakersGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Attitudinal Evaluation in Chinese University Students’ English Writing : A Contrastive PerspectiveDDC classification: 410 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents -- About the Authors -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- 1 Contrastive Rhetoric -- 1.1 Introduction and Origins -- 1.2 Criticisms of Early Contrastive Rhetoric -- 1.3 Expansion of Contrastive Rhetoric -- 1.4 Research Considerations -- 1.5 Contrastive Chinese-English Studies of Voice and Critical Stance -- 1.6 SFL as a Useful Framework for Contrastive Rhetoric Research -- 1.7 Attitudinal Evaluation in Chinese University Students' English Writing: A Contrastive Perspective -- 2 Evaluation in Student Writing: Constructing Interaction, Voice and Stance -- 2.1 Audience Interaction and Student Writing -- 2.2 Voice, Audience and Student Writing -- 2.3 Voice, Stance and Evaluation -- 3 Linguistic Study of Evaluation in Writing -- 3.1 Evaluation in Interaction -- 3.2 The Appraisal Framework -- 3.3 Relevant Studies of Appraisal -- 3.4 Specific Enquiry of the Study -- 4 A Study of Attitude in Student Writing -- 4.1 Contrastive Rhetoric Research with an Expanded Framework and Improved Design -- 4.2 University Contexts for the Study -- 4.3 Written Data Collection -- 4.4 Attitudinal Analysis -- 4.4.1 Bottom-Up or Top-Down -- 4.4.2 Reading Positions -- 4.4.3 Double Coding -- 4.4.4 The Coding of Appraisal Values -- 4.4.4.1 Affect -- Dis/Inclination -- Un/Happiness -- Dis/Satisfaction -- In/Security -- 4.4.4.2 Appreciation -- Reaction -- Composition -- valuation -- 4.4.4.3 Judgement -- Normality -- Capacity -- Tenacity -- Propriety -- Veracity -- 4.5 Validity and Reliability of Appraisal Coding -- 4.6 Summary -- 5 Appraisal Analysis -- 5.1 A Cross-Linguistic Comparison Between English Writing and Chinese Writing: EE and CC -- 5.1.1 Affect -- 5.1.1.1 Authorial-Affect -- 5.1.2 Appreciation -- 5.1.3 Judgement -- 5.1.4 Summary of the Cross-Linguistic Comparison -- 5.2 A Cross-Cultural Comparison Between EE and CEE -- 5.2.1 Affect.
5.2.1.1 Authorial-Affect -- 5.2.2 Appreciation -- 5.2.3 Judgment -- 5.2.4 Summary of the Cross-Cultural Comparison -- 5.3 A Within-Language Comparison Between CC and CEC -- 5.3.1 Attitude -- 5.3.2 Affect -- 5.3.2.1 Authorial-Affect -- 5.3.3 Appreciation -- 5.3.4 Judgement -- 5.3.5 Summary of the Within-Language Comparison -- 5.4 A Within-Subject Comparison Between CEE and CEC -- 5.4.1 Attitude -- 5.4.2 Affect -- 5.4.2.1 Authorial-Affect -- 5.4.3 Appreciation -- 5.4.4 Judgement -- 5.4.5 Summary of the Within-Subject Comparison -- 5.5 Summary -- 6 Conclusions and Implications -- Appendix A: Number of Chinese Characters and Words after Parsing in CEC and CC -- Appendix B: Occurrences of Attitude Realisations in EE -- Appendix C: Occurrences of Attitude Realisations in CC -- Appendix D: Occurrences of Attitude Realisations in CEE -- Appendix E: Occurrences of Attitude Realisations in CEC -- References.
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Contents -- About the Authors -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- 1 Contrastive Rhetoric -- 1.1 Introduction and Origins -- 1.2 Criticisms of Early Contrastive Rhetoric -- 1.3 Expansion of Contrastive Rhetoric -- 1.4 Research Considerations -- 1.5 Contrastive Chinese-English Studies of Voice and Critical Stance -- 1.6 SFL as a Useful Framework for Contrastive Rhetoric Research -- 1.7 Attitudinal Evaluation in Chinese University Students' English Writing: A Contrastive Perspective -- 2 Evaluation in Student Writing: Constructing Interaction, Voice and Stance -- 2.1 Audience Interaction and Student Writing -- 2.2 Voice, Audience and Student Writing -- 2.3 Voice, Stance and Evaluation -- 3 Linguistic Study of Evaluation in Writing -- 3.1 Evaluation in Interaction -- 3.2 The Appraisal Framework -- 3.3 Relevant Studies of Appraisal -- 3.4 Specific Enquiry of the Study -- 4 A Study of Attitude in Student Writing -- 4.1 Contrastive Rhetoric Research with an Expanded Framework and Improved Design -- 4.2 University Contexts for the Study -- 4.3 Written Data Collection -- 4.4 Attitudinal Analysis -- 4.4.1 Bottom-Up or Top-Down -- 4.4.2 Reading Positions -- 4.4.3 Double Coding -- 4.4.4 The Coding of Appraisal Values -- 4.4.4.1 Affect -- Dis/Inclination -- Un/Happiness -- Dis/Satisfaction -- In/Security -- 4.4.4.2 Appreciation -- Reaction -- Composition -- valuation -- 4.4.4.3 Judgement -- Normality -- Capacity -- Tenacity -- Propriety -- Veracity -- 4.5 Validity and Reliability of Appraisal Coding -- 4.6 Summary -- 5 Appraisal Analysis -- 5.1 A Cross-Linguistic Comparison Between English Writing and Chinese Writing: EE and CC -- 5.1.1 Affect -- 5.1.1.1 Authorial-Affect -- 5.1.2 Appreciation -- 5.1.3 Judgement -- 5.1.4 Summary of the Cross-Linguistic Comparison -- 5.2 A Cross-Cultural Comparison Between EE and CEE -- 5.2.1 Affect.

5.2.1.1 Authorial-Affect -- 5.2.2 Appreciation -- 5.2.3 Judgment -- 5.2.4 Summary of the Cross-Cultural Comparison -- 5.3 A Within-Language Comparison Between CC and CEC -- 5.3.1 Attitude -- 5.3.2 Affect -- 5.3.2.1 Authorial-Affect -- 5.3.3 Appreciation -- 5.3.4 Judgement -- 5.3.5 Summary of the Within-Language Comparison -- 5.4 A Within-Subject Comparison Between CEE and CEC -- 5.4.1 Attitude -- 5.4.2 Affect -- 5.4.2.1 Authorial-Affect -- 5.4.3 Appreciation -- 5.4.4 Judgement -- 5.4.5 Summary of the Within-Subject Comparison -- 5.5 Summary -- 6 Conclusions and Implications -- Appendix A: Number of Chinese Characters and Words after Parsing in CEC and CC -- Appendix B: Occurrences of Attitude Realisations in EE -- Appendix C: Occurrences of Attitude Realisations in CC -- Appendix D: Occurrences of Attitude Realisations in CEE -- Appendix E: Occurrences of Attitude Realisations in CEC -- References.

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