On the basis of two corpora of academic journal articles, this paper presents and illustrates a theoretical framework for the analysis of citations of other authors' work in scientific discourse based on a continuum of separateness-incorporation that makes it possible to identify and analyze more appropriately phenomena such as "double voicing" and other forms of intertextuality

Anderson, L.J. (1997). Intertextuality and the creation of discourse communities: verbatim citation in academic writing. In Scienza e immaginario (pp. 159-184). PISA : ETS.

Intertextuality and the creation of discourse communities: verbatim citation in academic writing

ANDERSON, LAURIE JANE
1997

Abstract

On the basis of two corpora of academic journal articles, this paper presents and illustrates a theoretical framework for the analysis of citations of other authors' work in scientific discourse based on a continuum of separateness-incorporation that makes it possible to identify and analyze more appropriately phenomena such as "double voicing" and other forms of intertextuality
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