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Thematic selection and progression patterns in L2 theses abstracts from humanities and science
Logos et Littera: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Text
This paper discusses the internal logico-relations of the theses abstracts from humanities and science, written in English as a second language (ESL). A research abstract is an academic text designed to attract and get the readers to read the research study which it summarises; thus, the coherence of ideas presented in it presumably affects the possible evaluations from the readers. Previous studies have examined the Theme/Rheme constructs as important cohesive elements at the level ofdoi:10.31902/ll.2019.7.5 fatcat:2qwgxucyfzd4zle4sjsqlu3k5q