Yıl: 2021 Cilt: 8 Sayı: 1 Sayfa Aralığı: 67 - 85 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.30900/kafkasegt.877595 İndeks Tarihi: 29-07-2022

Genre analysis in ESP: A review of move analysis models and metadiscourse taxonomies

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Genre analysis has received much attention in the last decades. For both academic and pedagogical purposes, different genres have been analysed in terms of their rhetorical features. In English for Specific Purposes (ESP) tradition, genre analysis focuses on communicative functions described in terms of moves and steps, and linguistic properties of these functions. For such an analysis having both structural and linguistic aspects, researchers typically use models and taxonomies. However, there are several models and taxonomies in the literature that researchers can use for the analysis of different genres. Therefore, this study aims to review the move analysis models and metadiscourse taxonomies presented over many years. It clarifies the ESP approach to genre analysis and then provides a comprehensive review of the models and taxonomies offered since the second half of the twentieth century. It is expected that the study will help both researchers in the field and learners of academic writing by specifying the basics of genre analysis in ESP and providing a comprehensive account of the models and taxonomies used commonly in the genre analysis literature.
Anahtar Kelime: move analysis models Genre analysis metadiscourse taxonomies English for specific purposes (ESP)

ÖAİ’de tür analizi: Aşama analizi modelleri ve üstsöylem taksonomileri üzerine bir inceleme

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Tür analizi, son yıllarda büyük ilgi görmektedir. Hem akademik hem de pedagojik amaçlarla, farklı türlerden metinler retorik özellikleri açısından analiz edilmektedir. Özel Amaçlı İngilizce (ÖAİ) yaklaşımında tür analizi, aşamalar ve adımlar şeklinde tanımlanan iletişimsel işlevler ve bu işlevlerin dilsel özelliklerine odaklanır. Hem yapısal hem de dilsel yönleri olan böyle bir analiz için araştırmacılar genellikle model ve taksonomiler kullanmaktadırlar. Ancak, alan yazında araştırmacıların farklı türlerin analizi için kullanabileceği birçok model ve taksonomi bulunmaktadır. Bu nedenle, bu çalışma, uzun yıllar boyunca ortaya konulan aşama analizi modellerini ve üstsöylem taksonomilerini incelemeyi amaçlamaktadır. Çalışma, tür analizinde ÖAİ yaklaşımını açıklamakta ve ardından yirminci yüzyılın ikinci yarısından bu yana sunulan modellerin ve taksonomilerin kapsamlı bir incelemesini sunmaktadır. Çalışmanın, ÖAİ'de tür analizinin temelleri belirtmek ve tür analizi alanında yaygın olarak kullanılan model ve taksonomilerin kapsamlı bir özetini sunmak suretiyle, hem alandaki araştırmacılara hem de akademik yazım eğitimi alanlara yardımcı olması beklenmektedir.
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APA ÖTÜGEN R, TAKKAC M, Yagiz O (2021). Genre analysis in ESP: A review of move analysis models and metadiscourse taxonomies. , 67 - 85. 10.30900/kafkasegt.877595
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APA ÖTÜGEN R, TAKKAC M, Yagiz O (2021). Genre analysis in ESP: A review of move analysis models and metadiscourse taxonomies. KAFKAS EĞİTİM ARAŞTIRMALARI DERGİSİ, 8(1), 67 - 85. 10.30900/kafkasegt.877595
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MLA ÖTÜGEN Rabia,TAKKAC MEHMET,Yagiz Oktay Genre analysis in ESP: A review of move analysis models and metadiscourse taxonomies. KAFKAS EĞİTİM ARAŞTIRMALARI DERGİSİ, vol.8, no.1, 2021, ss.67 - 85. 10.30900/kafkasegt.877595
AMA ÖTÜGEN R,TAKKAC M,Yagiz O Genre analysis in ESP: A review of move analysis models and metadiscourse taxonomies. KAFKAS EĞİTİM ARAŞTIRMALARI DERGİSİ. 2021; 8(1): 67 - 85. 10.30900/kafkasegt.877595
Vancouver ÖTÜGEN R,TAKKAC M,Yagiz O Genre analysis in ESP: A review of move analysis models and metadiscourse taxonomies. KAFKAS EĞİTİM ARAŞTIRMALARI DERGİSİ. 2021; 8(1): 67 - 85. 10.30900/kafkasegt.877595
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ISNAD ÖTÜGEN, Rabia vd. "Genre analysis in ESP: A review of move analysis models and metadiscourse taxonomies". KAFKAS EĞİTİM ARAŞTIRMALARI DERGİSİ 8/1 (2021), 67-85. https://doi.org/10.30900/kafkasegt.877595