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Academic Cultures and Disciplinary Writing: Specificity in EAP
Dyskursy o Kulturze
It is almost a cliché now to say that writing (and reading) are not abstract skills but only make sense within wider social and cultural practices. This means that we must see the social context of an event as more than just the immediate environment surrounding it. We have to look beyond specific acts of writing to recognise how wider institutions and social groups influence them. We must, in other words, see communities as cultures. Culture is a key dimension of writing and of writingdoi:10.36145/doc2019.01 doaj:2e4826d0c5b24ef4ab599ba50b0684c2 fatcat:baxbwgrb6fg5vhazro362vk6s4