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Dascal explains the resultant negotiation of these potentially conflicting forces in texts as a process of ‘conflict management’, requiring an application of a ‘communicative epistemological Principle of Charity’. He suggests that ‘[t]he more an author is reputed, the more careful must be the critique and the eventual rejection of his position, and the more careful the alleged refutation of his position’ (Dascal 2001: 14). One problem with the distinction made in analyses of hedging in texts between writer commitment to the truth-value of propositions (epistemic modality), and writer acknowledgement of audience, is that these are neither discrete decisions nor discrete encodings.
These concerns include the changing nature of technology, the complexity of networked systems, the lack of stability in online learning environments, and the limited understanding of how much students and instructors need to know to successfully participate (Brandt, 1996). Online instruction also threatens to commercialise education, isolate students and faculty, and may reduce standards or even devalue university degrees (Gallick, 1998). While these concerns may be unwarranted, there is little research to accurately determine the benefits and pitfalls of online instruction, particularly when compared to the more traditional face-to-face learning environment.
Online instruction – distance education) and generalised (instructional environments – learners – educators – trainers – students – instructors – university degrees). From our analysis of field we can say the genre constitutes a descriptive report about the object of study, unfolding across phases of narrowing identification and description (Martin & Rose 2008: 142). In section (b) of [2/11] where the writer foregrounds the field of research activity, we find a similar pattern. Section (b) begins with a classification of a general field of research activity, that which aims to determine the benefits and pitfalls of online instruction and offers a description of such research activity in terms of: amount: there is little research potential: will help educators and researchers significance: is not only timely; [it is] also imperative What is represented here is a general body of research rather than specific studies.
Appraising Research: Evaluation in Academic Writing by Susan Hood (auth.)