The results revealed some common rhetorical preferences as well as cultural writing habits and beliefs that affect texts, and the bidirectional transfer of these patterns. However, although most patterns could be traced to previous instructional contexts, various other influences were also found to be present in regard to these patterns and their transfer.Kubbta (19^b)Teported that in the persuasive essays of Japanese writers, the most common location for thesis statements was ... However, collection as a common location of topic sentences has not been reported for any cultural groups at theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Tracing Culture Behind Writing: Rhetorical Patterns and Bidirectional Transfer in L1 and L2 Essays of Turkish Writers in Relation to Educational Context|
|Author||:||Hacer Hande Uysal|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2006|