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Abstract

This work appears in the Applied Linguistics in Action Series, edited by Christopher Candlin and David Hall. So far, the series includes six Teaching and Researching titles – apart from Writing, there are books on Reading, Lexicography, Translation, Motivation and Autonomy in Language Learning – and aims to introduce readers to the research in the field and to “provide [them] with the tools they need to carry out their own practice related research” (o.c.: viii). This aim is mirrored in the overall structure of the books, which work their way through four stages: an analysis of the field, a survey of the different types of research, a number of research suggestions and an introduction to research resources.

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