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  • Whiteside, Karin, Wharton, Sue. 2019. Semantic patterning of grammatical keywords in undergraduate academic writing from two close disciplines. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 39, pp. 1-20, View
  • Geng, Yifan, Wharton, Sue. 2019. How do thesis writers evaluate their own and others' findings? An appraisal analysis and a pedagogical intervention. English for Specific Purposes, 56, pp. 3-17, View
  • Wharton, Sue. 2017. Reflection in university and the employability agenda : a discourse analysis case study. Reflective Practice, 18 (4), pp. 567-579, View
  • Loi, Chek-Kim, Lim, Jason Miin-Hwa, Wharton, Sue. 2016. Expressing an evaluative stance in English and Malay research article conclusions : international publications versus local publications. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 21, View
  • Schnurr, Stephanie, Wharton, Sue, Alansari, Suha, Angouri, Jo, Chimbwete Phiri, Rachel, Chiriatti, Teresa, Debray, Carolin, Efthymiadou, Christina, Hah, Sixian, Harrison, Tilly, KedveÅ¡, Ana, Khamkhien, Attapol, Kim, Kyoung-mi, Mohd Omar, Nor Azikin, Nguyen, Thi Hong Nhung, Reissner-Roubicek, Sophie. 2016. Not so 'innocent' after all? : exploring corporate identity construction online. Discourse and Communication, 10 (3), pp. 291-313, View
  • Geng, Yifan, Wharton, Sue. 2016. Evaluative language in discussion sections of doctoral theses : similarities and differences between L1 Chinese and L1 English writers. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 22, pp. 80-91, View
  • Unlu, Zuleyha, Wharton, Sue. 2015. Exploring classroom feedback interactions around EAP writing : a data based model. Journal of English for Academic Puproses, Volume 17 (Number 1), pp. 24-36, View
  • Nkateng, Unity, Wharton, Sue. 2014. Genre exploration : a frame for understanding and teaching social work writing in Botswana. Social work education : the international journal, View
  • Wharton, Sue. 2013. Written feedback as interaction : knowledge exchange or activity exchange?. International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education, Volume 4 (Number 1), pp. 9-20, View
  • Li, Ting, Wharton, Sue. 2012. Metadiscourse repertoire of L1 Mandarin undergraduates writing in English : a cross-contextual, cross-disciplinary study. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, Vol.11 (No.4), pp. 345-356, View
  • Wharton, Sue. 2012. Latent consensus in public debate : media discussion of fathers' rights in the UK. Communication, Culture and Critique, Vol.5 (No.3), pp. 427-444, View
  • Wharton, Sue. 2012. Presenting a united front : assessed reflective writing on group experience. Reflective Practice, Volume 13 (Number 4), pp. 489-501, View
  • Wharton, Sue. 2012. Epistemological and interpersonal stance in a data description task : findings from a discipline-specific learner corpus. English for Specific Purposes, Vol.31 (No.4), pp. 261-270, View
  • Jung, C. K., Wharton, Sue. 2012. Finding textual examples of genres : issues for corpus users. Korean Journal of English Language and Linguistics, Vol.12 (No.1), pp. 129-148, View
  • Nkateng, Unity, Wharton, Sue. 2012. Professional writing : description of the writings of social workers in Botswana. Language Teaching, Volume 45 (Number 3), pp. 401-402, View
  • Wharton, Sue. 2011. Critical text analysis : linking language and cultural studies. ELT Journal, Vol.65 (No.3), pp. 221-229, View
  • Wharton, Sue. 2009. Women and children first? Potential gender bias in a legal text in the UK. Women and Language, Vol.32 (No.1), pp. 99-102, View
  • Wharton, Sue, Howard, A. (Amanda), Hernández, José Luà­s León, Farida, Nevin. 2008. Centre for Applied Linguistics at the University of Warwick. Language Teaching, Vol.41 (No.4), pp. 581-586, View
  • Wharton, Sue. 2007. Social identity and parallel text dynamics in the reporting of educational action research. English for Specific Purposes, Vol.26 (No.4), pp. 485-501, View
  • Wharton, Sue. 2006. Divide and rule: The power of adversarial subjectivities in the discourse of divorce. TEXT & TALK, 26 (6), pp. 791-814, View




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