Bridging the Gap between the PhD Thesis and the Publishable Research Article: A Corpus-Based Genre Analysis of Introductions in Applied Linguistics



Bridging the gap between theory and practice through engaging teacher candidates in research
Seferoğlu, Gölge (2018-10-12)
Teacher candidates may have anxiety in relation to conducting research stemming from either their lack of research knowledge and skills or their lack of research experience which may result in their developing an avoidance strategy towards research throughout their career. In order to break down potential barriers to holding a positive attitude towards teacher research, positive experiences and support are essential. Therefore, during their undergraduate education teacher candidates should be encouraged to ...
Bridging the gap between variational homogenization results and two-scale asymptotic averaging techniques on periodic network structures
Kropat, Erik; Meyer-Nieberg, Silja; Weber, Gerhard Wilhelm (American Institute of Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), 2017)
In modern material sciences and multi-scale physics homogenization approaches provide a global characterization of physical systems that depend on the topology of the underlying microgeometry. Purely formal approaches such as averaging techniques can be applied for an identification of the averaged system. For models in variational form, two-scale convergence for network functions can be used to derive the homogenized model. The sequence of solutions of the variational microcsopic models and the correspondi...
Encapsulating the loci via hybrid modernity: the political syntax of post-colonial capitals, Islamabad and Chandigarh
Ahmed , Mansoor; Sargın, Güven Arif; Batuman, Bülent; Department of Architecture (2018)
The dissertation aims to comparatively analyses the architecture and urban development of the planned modern capital cities in post-partitioned Indian Subcontinent, through the concept of hybrid modernity. While emphasizing the hybrid character of modernity, the dissertation maps the evolution of modernity in the Indian Subcontinent, through analysing the planned modern capital cities, from early modern period to the post-independence period, concerning the architecture and urban development. Right after pa...
Enthralling the impact of engineered nanoparticles on soil microbiome: A concentric approach towards environmental risks and cogitation.
Khanna, Kanika; Kohli, Sukhmeen Kaur; Handa, Neha; Kaur, Harsimran; Ohri, Puja; Bhardwaj, Renu; Yousaf, Balal; Rinklebe, Jörg; Ahmad, Parvaiz (2021-06-30)
Nanotechnology is an avant-garde field of scientific research that revolutionizes technological advancements in the present world. It is a cutting-edge scientific approach that has undoubtedly a plethora of functions in controlling environmental pollutants for the welfare of the ecosystem. However, their unprecedented utilization and hysterical release led to a huge threat to the soil microbiome. Nanoparticles(NPs) hamper physicochemical properties of soil along with microbial metabolic activities within rh...
Reconstructing Probabilistic Realism: Re-enacting Syntactical Structures
Davoody Benı, Majıd (2020-06-01)
Probabilistic realism and syntactical positivism were two among outdated theories that Feigl criticised on account of their semantical poverty. In this paper, I argue that a refined version of probabilistic realism, which relies on what Feigl specified as the pragmatic description of the symbolic behaviour of scientists' estimations and foresight, is defendable. This version of statistical realism does not need to make the plausibility of realist thesis dependent on the conventional acceptance of a construc...
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E. E. Işık, “Bridging the Gap between the PhD Thesis and the Publishable Research Article: A Corpus-Based Genre Analysis of Introductions in Applied Linguistics,” ÇANKAYA UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (CUJHSS), vol. 15, pp. 276–292, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: