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Literatura y lingüística

versión impresa ISSN 0716-5811

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CHAMORRO, Diana; MOSS, Gillian  y  BARLETTA, Norma. Heteroglossic engagement patterns in the theoretical framework of research articles in the field of language. Lit. lingüíst. [online]. 2020, n.41, pp.331-352. ISSN 0716-5811.  http://dx.doi.org/10.29344/0717621x.41.2269.

This study examines how writers construct their authorial voice using the categories of analysis of the appraisal system and its subsystem of engagement, from a systemic functional linguistic perspective. The corpus is made up of the theoretical framework sections of 20 research articles in the field of applied linguistics in Colombia. The analysis is centered on verbal clauses and describes how the authorial voice acknowledges other voices (expansion), rejects other possible alternatives, or signals a strong involvement with the expressed point of view (contraction). As a result, three patterns of heteroglossic engagement were identified: diamond, funnel and straight line. The patterns identified can be taught based on the needs and experience of the writer, as well as the requirements and expectations of the journal to which the article will be submitted.

Palabras clave : academic writing; engagement system; systemic functional linguistics.

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