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1. ESP Basics  寺内一

2. Social construction  &  New perspective on ESP     野口ジュデイー

3. Contrastive Genre Analysis  EMP    渡邉容子  


1.ESP Basics

  • Askehave, I. and Swales, J. M. (2001) Genre identification and communicative purpose: A problem and a possible solution. Applied Linguistics 22/2:195-212.
  • Bargiela-Chiappini, F. and Nickerson, C. (1999) Writing business: Genres, media and discourses. London and New York: Longman.
  • Berkenkotter, C., & Huckin, T. N. (1995) Genre Knowledge in Disciplinary Communication: Cognition/Culture/ Power. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Berkenkotter, C., Huckin, T. N., & Ackerman, J. (1991). Social context and socially constructed texts: The initiation of a graduate student into a writing research community. In C. Bazerman & J. Paradis (Eds.), Textual dynamics in the professions (pp. 191-215). Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press.
  • Bhatia, V. K. (1993) Analysing Genre: Language Use in Professional Settings. London and New York: Longman.
  • Bizzell, P. (1992). Academic discourse and critical consciousness. Pittsburgh and London: University of Pittsburgh Press.
  • Bloor, M. and T. Bloor, (1986) “Languages for Specific Purposes: Practice and Theory”,CLCS Occasional Paper,  No 19, Dublin: Trinity College.
  • Douglas, D. (2000) Assessing languages for specific purposes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Dudley-Evans & St. John, (1998) Developments in ESP: A multi-disciplinary approach.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Gunnarsson, B.-L., Linell, P., and Nordberg, B. (1997) The construction of professional discourse. London and New York: Longman.
  • Halliday, M.A.K. and Martin, J.R. (1993) Writing science: literacy and discursive power. London, Washington, D.C.: The Falmer Press.
  • Holden, S. (1977) English for Specific Purposes, Modern English Publications.
  • Hutchinson, T. and A. Waters, (1988) English for Specific Purposes: A Learning-Centred Approach.
  • Hyland, K. (2000) Disciplinary discourses: Social interactions in academic writing. Harlow: Longman.
  • Kennedy, C. and R. Bolitho, (1984) English for Specific Purposes. Basingstoke: Macmilan.
  • Johns, A. M., & Dudley-Evans, T. (1993). English for specific purposes:  International in scope, specific in purpose. In S. Silberstein (Eds.), State of the Art TESOL Essays:  Celebrating 25 Years of the Discipline (pp. 115-132).
  • Johns, A. M. (1997). Text, role, and context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Leckie-Tarry, H. (1995) D. Birch (ed.) Language and context: A functional linguistic theory of register. London and New York: Pinter.
  • Martin, J.R. and Veel, R.(Eds.) (1998) Reading science: Critical and functional perspectives on discourses of science. London and New York: Routledge.
  • McDonough, J. (1984) ESP in Perspective: A Practical Guide. London and Glasgow: Collins ELT.
  • McDonough, J. and C. Shaw, (1988) “Topic in English for Specific Purposes”, University of Essex, Department of Language and Linguistics Occasional Papers, No 31.
  • Mackay, R. and A Mountford, (1977) English for Specific Purposes, Harlow: Longman.
  • Myers, G. (1990). Writing Biology: Texts in the Social Construction of Scientific Knowledge. Madison, Wisconsin: The University of Wisconsin Press.
  • Robinson, P. (1991) ESP Today: A Practitioner’s Guide, Prentice Hall.
  • Swales, J. (1985) Episodes in ESP, Oxford: Pergamon Press.
  • Swales, J and H. Mustafa, (1984) English for Specific Purposes in the Arab World, Birmingham: Language Studies Unit, Aston University, Oxford University Press.
  • Swales, J. M. (1990). Genre Analysis: English in Academic and Research Settings. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Swales, J., & Feak, C. B. (1994). Academic writing for graduate students. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press.
  • Swales, J. (1998). Other floors, other voices: A textography of a small university building. Mahwah, N J: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.
  • Swales, J. & Feak, C. B. (2000) English in today’s research world: A writing guide. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press.
  • Terauchi, H. (2001) English for Academic Purposes. Tokyo: Liber Press.
  • Widdowson, H. G. (1983) Learning Purpose and Language Use, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Williams, R., J. Swales and J. Kirkman, (1984) Common Ground: Shared Interests in ESP and Communication Studies, Oxford: Pergamon Press.

2.Theme& Keywords: Social Construction & New Perspective on ESP

  • Allen, J.P.B. and Widdowson, H. (eds.) (1974 and later) English in focus series.  Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Barber, C.L. (1962).  Some measurable characteristics of modern scientific prose.  (In Swales, J. (ed.) (1985). Episodes in ESP. Oxford: Pergamon Institute of English.)
  • Barron, C., Bruce, N. and Nunan, D.  (2002).  Knowledge and discourse: Towards an ecology of language.  Harlow, England: Longman.
  • Bates, M. and Dudley-Evans, T.  (1976) Nucleus: General science.  London: Longman.
  • Bloor, M. (2002) The history of ESP: Theory and practice.  In H. Terauchi, S. Saito, and S. Sasajima (eds.), Annual Report of JACET-SIG on ESP (Headquarters) Vol. 4 (pp. 17-31).  Tokyo: JACET-SIG on ESP (Headquarters).
  • Doughty, C. and Williams, J. (eds.) (1998).  Focus on form in classroom second language acquisition.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Douglas, D. (2000) Assessing languages for specific purposes.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Dudley-Evans, T. (1997). Genre: how far can we, should we go?  World Englishes, 16,3:351-358.
  • Dudley-Evans, T. and St. John, M. (1998) Developments in English for specific purposes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Friere, P. (1985).  The politics of education.  South Hadley, MA: Bergin and Garvey.
  • Gergen, K. J. (2001).  Social construction in context. London: Sage.
  • Gross, A. (1990) The rhetoric of science. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Ha, P.L. and Viete, R.  The growth of voice: Negotiating representation of self in research writing.  Presentation at Knowledge and Discourse:  Speculating on disciplinary futures, June 25-29, 2002, The University of Hong Kong.
  • Halliday, M.A.K. (1994) An introduction to functional grammar, 2nd ed.  London: Edward Arnold.
  • Halliday, M.A.K., MacIntosh, A., & Strevens, P.  (1964).  The linguistic sciences and language teaching.  London:  Longman.  (Cited in Bloor, M. (2002) The history of ESP: Theory and practice.  In H. Terauchi, S. Saito, and S. Sasajima (eds.), Annual Report of JACET-SIG on ESP (Headquarters) Vol. 4 (pp. 17-31).  Tokyo: JACET-SIG on ESP (Headquarters))
  • Halliday, M.A.K. and J.R. Martin (eds.) Writing science:  Literacy and discursive power (p. 124-132) London, Washington, D.C.: The Falmer Press.
  • Hunston, S.  (2002).  Corpora in applied lingusitics.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hutchinson, T. and Waters, A. (1984)  Interface. London: Longman.
  • Hutchinson, T. and Waters, A. (1987) English for specific purposes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Johns, T.  http://www.bham.ac.uk/johnstf/
  • Kress, G.  (1989).  History and language: towards a social account of linguistic change, Journal of Pragmatics, 13(3) 445-6. (Cited in Wodak 2001)
  • Lackstrom, J. E., Selinker, L., and Trimble, L. P.  (1972) Grammar and technical English.  English Teaching Forum. X, 5.  Reprinted in Swales, J. (1985)  Episodes in ESP.  Oxford: Pergamon.
  • Lemke, J.L. (1994).  Semiotics and the deconstruction of conceptual learning.  http://academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu/education/jlemke/papers/jsalt.htm (originally published in J. Soc. for Accelerative Learning and Teaching, 1994).
  • Long, M. (1991).  Focus on form: A design feature in language teaching methodology.  In K. de Bot, R. Ginsberg, and C. Kramsch (eds.) , Foreign lanugate research in cross-cultural perspective (pp. 39-52).  Amsterdam: John Benjamins.  Cited in C. Doughty and J. Williams (eds.) (1998).  Focus on form in classroom second language acquisition.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Long, M. and Robinson, P. (1998).  Focus on form: Theory, research, and practice.  In C. Doughty and J. Williams (eds.), Focus on form in classroom second language acquisition.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Martin, J.R. and Veel, R.(eds.) (1998) Reading science:  Critical and functional perspectives on discourses of science.  London and New York:  Routledge.
  • Munby, J. (1978).  Communicative syllabus design.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Myers, G. (1990a). Writing biology: Texts in the social construction of scientific knowledge. Madison, Wisconsin: The University of Wisconsin Press.
  • Myers, G. (1990b). Making a discovery:  Narrative of split genes. In C. Nash (ed.), Narrative in culture:  The uses of storytelling in the sciences, philosophy, and literature (pp. 102-126). London and New York: Routledge.
  • Noguchi, J. (2001­) The science review article: An opportune genre in the construction of science.  Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Birmingham.
  • Swales, J. (ed.) (1985). Episodes in ESP. Oxford: Pergamon Institute of English.
  • Swales, J. M. (1990). Genre analysis:  English in academic and research ssettings. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Swales, John (1997) English as Tyrannosaurus rex.  World Englishes, 16, 3:373-382.
  • Swales, J. (1998). Other floors, other voices: A textography of a small university building.  Mahwah, N J: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.
  • Swales, J. and Feak, C.  (1994).  Academic writing for graduate students:  Essential Tasks and Skills.  Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press.
  • Terauchi, H. (2000).  Current perspective on English for specific purpose in Japan.  Paper presented to 34th Annual Convention of the Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Vancouver Canada. (Cited in Bloor, M. (2002) The history of ESP: Theory and practice.  In H. Terauchi, S. Saito, and S. Sasajima (eds.), Annual Report of JACET-SIG on ESP (Headquarters) Vol. 4 (pp. 17-31).  Tokyo: JACET-SIG on ESP (Headquarters).
  • Terauchi, H. (2001).  English for academic legal purposes in Japan.  Tokyo: Libre Press.
  • Universal Declaration of Linguistic Rights.  http://www.troc.es/ciemen/mercator/dudl-gb.htm (accessed August 14, 2002)
  • van Dijk, T.   Multidisciplinary CDA:  a plea for diversity.  In In R. Wodak and M. Meyer (eds.), Methods of critical discourse analysis (pp. 95-120).  London: Sage.
  • Walter, C. (1997).  IATEFL Newsletter.  Dec. 1997-Jan. 1998, p. 10.
  • Wodak, R.  (2001) What CDA is about—a summary of its history, important concepts and its developments.  In R. Wodak and M. Meyer (eds.), Methods of critical discourse analysis (pp. 1-13).  London: Sage.
  • Wodak, R. and Meyer, M.  (2001) Methods of critical discourse analysis.  London: Sage.
  • 深山晶子, 野口ジュディー, 寺内一, 笹島茂, 神前陽子. 2000.『ESPの理論と実践–これで日本の英語教育が変わる』. 三修社.

3.Theme & Keywords: Contrastive Genre Analysis & EMP

  • Adam-Smith, D. 1984. Medical Discourse: aspects of authors’ comments. The ESP Journal, 3: 25-36.
  • Anthony, L. 1999. Writing Research Article Introductions in Software Engineering: How Accurate is a Standard Model? IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION, 42/1:38-46.
  • Bazerman, C. 1988. Shaping Written Knowledge. The Genre and Activity of the Experimental Article in Science. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
  • Bazerman, C. 1989. Shaping Written Knowledge. Wisconsin:  University of Wisconsin Press.
  • Bazerman, C.2001. Nuclear Information One Rhetorical Moment in the Construction of the Information Age.  Written Communication, 18/3:259-295.
  • Berkenkotter, C. and Huckin, T. 1993. Rethinking Genre From a Sociocognitive Perspective, Written Communication, 10(4): 475-509.
  • Berkenkotter, C. and Huckin, T. 1995. Genre Knowledge in Disciplinary Communication: Cognition/Culture/Power. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Bhatia, V.K.  1993. Analysing Genre,  London: Longman.
  • Bhatia, V.K. 1997a. Introduction: Genre analysis and world Englishes, World Englishes, 16(3): 313-319.
  • Bhatia, V. K. 1997b. The Power and politics of genre, World Englishes, 16(3): 359-371.
  • Berkenkotter, C. & Huckin, T. 1995. Genre Knowledge in Disciplinary Communication: Cognition/Culture/Power. London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Centra Revno Medicina. 1999. http://login.jamas.gr.jp/enter.html.
  • Collins Cobuild Pocket Dictionary. 1996. London: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd.
  • Connor, U. 1996. Contrastive Rhetoric Cross-cultural Aspects of second-language Writing. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Claiborne, G.D. 1998. Japanese and American Rhetoric; A Contrastive Study. San Francisco: International Scholars Publications.
  • Day, R. A. 1998. How to write and publish a scientific paper. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Dudley-Evans, A. 1994. Genre analysis: an approach to text analysis for ESPIn M. Coulthard (Ed.). Advances in Written Text Analysis. London: Routledge.
  • Dudley-Evans, T. and St John, M. 1998. Developments in English for Specific Purposes A multi-disciplinary approach.  Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
  • Faden, R. & Beauchamp, T. 1988. A History and Theory of Informed Consent, 3. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Flowerdew, J. 1994. Academic Listening Research perspectives, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Flowerdew, J. 2000. Discourse Community, Legitimate Peripheral Participation, and the Nonnative-English-Speaking Scholar. TEASOL Quarterly, 34/1:127-50.
  • Fujikawa, Y. 1934. Clio Medica; Japanese Medicine. . 39- 62.translated from German into English by John Ruhrah. London: Paul B. Hoeber, Inc.
  • Fredrickson, K. & Swales, J. 1992. Competition and Discourse Community: Introduction from Nyvenska studierText and Talk in Professional Context, Association suedoise de linguisique appliquee (ASLA).
  • Hayashi, D., Hayashi, S. Morioka, K. 1976.  Process of Composition, In Gendai Sakubun Koza 4 (Cotemporary Composition Seminar 4) Tokyo: Meiji-Shoin Publishing Inc.
  • Hinds, J. 1983. Contrastive rhetoric: Japanese and English, Text 3/2: 183-95.
  • Hinds, J. 1987. Reader Versus Writer Responsibility: A New Typology, In Writing Across Langauges: Analysis of L2 Text, edited by U. Connor and R.B. Kaplan, 141-52, Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Inc.
  • Hopkins, A. and Dudley-Evans, T. 1988. A Genre-based Investigation of the Discussion Sections in Articles and Dissertations. English for Specific Purposes, 7; 113-21.
  • Hozayen, G. 1994. A Study of the Discussion Section of the Medical Research Article: A Genre Based Approach to Text Analysis. Unpublished PhD thesis. University of Birmingham, UK.
  • Huckin, T. 1987. Surprise Value in Scientific Discourse. Paper presented at the 38th annual meeting of the Conference on College Composition and Communication. Atlanta, GA.
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  • Hyland, K. 1998. Hedging in Scientific Research Articles. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Co.
  • Hyon, S. 1996. Genre in Three Traditions: Implications for ESL. TESOL Quarterly, 30/4: 693-721.
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  • Kubota, R. 1999. Japanese Culture Constructed by Discourses: Implications for Applied Linguistics Research and ELT. TESOL Quarterly, 33/1:9-35.
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