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Academic research is an increasingly competitive activity and scientific writers are under the constant pressure of getting published. Getting past the screening device of the scientific abstract is widely based on the ability to create a discourse that is perceived as coherent, considering the target discourse community and the communicative intention. This study focuses on the use of general 'labeling' nouns as a factor of coherence and rhetorical persuasion in scientific abstracts, withdoi:10.18552/joaw.v5i1.165 fatcat:kevustb3dvfdhict7kqfpryfl4