Methods in Writing Process Research

Author:   Dagmar Knorr ,  Jan Engberg ,  Dagmar Knorr
Publisher:   Peter Lang AG
Edition:   New edition
Volume:   13
ISBN:  

9783631644775


Pages:   246
Publication Date:   30 June 2014
Format:   Hardback
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Methods for studying writing processes have significantly developed over the last two decades. The rapid development of software tools which support the collection together with the display and analysis of writing process data and new input from various neighboring disciplines contribute to an increasingly detailed knowledge acquisition about the complex cognitive processes of writing. This volume, which focuses on research methods, mixed methods designs, conceptual considerations of writing process research, interdisciplinary research influences and the application of research methods in educational settings, provides an insight into the current status of the methodological development of writing process research in Europe.

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Author:   Dagmar Knorr ,  Jan Engberg ,  Dagmar Knorr
Publisher:   Peter Lang AG
Imprint:   Peter Lang AG
Edition:   New edition
Volume:   13
Weight:   0.460kg
ISBN:  

9783631644775


ISBN 10:   3631644779
Pages:   246
Publication Date:   30 June 2014
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Professional & Vocational
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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Table of Contents

Contents: Carmen Heine/Dagmar Knorr/Jan Engberg: Methods in writing process research. Introduction and overview - Kees de Glopper/Jacqueline van Kruiningen/Noortje Hemmen: Context in Writing Process Research. An exploratory analysis of context characteristics in writing process research in educational and workplace settings - Daniel Perrin: Combining methods in AL-informed writing research - Gabriela Ruhmann: Between Experience and Empirical Research. Writing Process Counseling as a natural setting for Writing Process Research - Gary Massey/Maureen Ehrensberger-Dow: Looking Beyond Text. The usefulness of translation process data - Iris Schrijver/Leona Van Vaerenbergh/Marielle Leijten/Luuk Van Waes: The translator as a writer. Measuring the effect of writing skills on the translation product - Carmen Heine/Jan Engberg/Dagmar Knorr/Daniel Spielmann: New methods of text production process research combined - Joachim Grabowski/Michael Becker-Mrotzek/Matthias Knopp/Joerg Jost/Christian Weinzierl: Comparing and combining different approaches to the assessment of text quality - Djuddah A.J. Leijen: Applying machine learning techniques to investigate the influence of peer feedback on the writing process - Susanne Goepferich: Methods of measuring students' text production competence and its development in writing courses - Katrin Lehnen/Lisa Schuler/Martin Steinseifer: A showcase on reading and writing. Visual resources for analyzing, teaching and learning how to write academic texts.

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Dagmar Knorr (Dr. phil.) is head of the writing center Schreibwerkstatt Mehrsprachigkeit at Hamburg University and works in the fields of teaching academic writing, multilingualism and writing process research. Carmen Heine (Associate Prof., PhD) is a member of faculty at Aarhus University, Business and Social Sciences, Business Communication. She is a member of the Research Group for Knowledge Communication and works in the fields of writing process research and translation studies. Jan Engberg (Prof., PhD) is a member of faculty at Aarhus University, Business and Social Sciences, Business Communication. He is head of the Research Group for Knowledge Communication and works in the fields of studies of specialized discourse and of knowledge represented in and constructed from texts.

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