Essay heading: A cross-cultural comparison of letters of recommendation

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All rights reserved Introduction A great deal has been written in the past decade on cross-cultural differences in academic writing; not surprisingly most of this attention has been focused on the research article. Little notice has been given to the less public texts of the academic community, aptly named occluded genres in Swales (1996)...
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The purpose of these texts is primarily to conduct the business of the academic community--requesting reprints, recommending students, reviewing articles, evaluating colleagues, and so forth. Since these occluded genres are private documents, they are much more likely to retain their authors' cultural influences than are the more public, highly stylized texts such as research articles...
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