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The current study attempted to explore the role of gender differences in applying Meta-discourse markers in abstract and discussion sections of articles written in English by native speakers of Persian. A comparative study was also made to probe into the frequency number of hedge and booster in these two sections. To do so, 40 English research articles written by native speakers of Persian were chosen. Accordingly, Hyland's (2005) meta-discourse taxonomy was employed to identify the list ofdoi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2015.06.104 fatcat:ho5htt7ps5dqheyxze2qkucwg4