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Methods in Writing Process Research

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Edited By Dagmar Knorr, Carmen Heine and Jan Engberg

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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Michael Becker-Mrotzek (becker.mrotzek@uni-koeln.de), PhD in Linguistics, University of Hamburg, 1986. Currently Professor for German Language and its Didactics at University of Cologne and member of the Faculty of Arts. His research interests include spoken and written language, writing didactics and applied linguistics. Since 2013 he is Spokesman of the Managing Consortium of the joint governmental and federal initiative “Access to Education through Language and Literacy” (Trägerkonsortium der Bund-Länderinitiative “Bildung durch Sprache und Schrift, BiSS”).

Kees de Glopper (c.m.de.glopper@rug.nl), PhD in General Linguistics, University of Amsterdam, 1989. Currently chair professor Speech Communication and Discourse Analysis at the Faculty of Arts, University of Groningen. His research interests include the development and use of language and literacy. He is a member of the Center for Language and Cognition Groningen.

Maureen Ehrensberger-Dow (maureen.ehrensberger@zhaw.ch), PhD in Linguistics, University of Alberta, 1987. Currently Professor of Translation Studies, Institute of Translation and Interpreting, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Winterthur, Switzerland. Her research interests include multilingualism, cognitive translatology, workplace practices, and cognitive ergonomics. She is the principal investigator of Capturing Translation Processes and its follow-up project ErgoTrans.

Jan Engberg (je@asb.dk), PhD in Applied Linguistics, Aarhus School of Business, 1995. Professor of Knowledge Communication at the Department of Business and Social Sciences, Business Communication, Aarhus University and head of the local Research Group for Knowledge Communication. His research interests include the study of specialized discourse, especially in the field of academic and legal texts, as well as...

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