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Introduction of Computer Science Paper: Divergence from CARS

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Wasima Shehzad at Air University Islamabad
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  • … Prolific research writers draw on many writing strategies ( Khamis & Abdullah, 2012;) and one of the strategies is by highlighting the research gap. Studies have shown ( Shehzad, 2012, Anthony, 1999) that this strategy is gaining recognition in Computer Science global research writing, however not much is known on how this strategy is being utilized by the Computer Science non-native English writers. While the strategy has been used and taught in many research writing classes, the strategy has been reported to be unpopular amongst the non-native English research writers ( Kanoksilapatham, 2007;Fakhri, 2004;Hirano, 2009). …
    … Swales (2004) has elaborated on the use of move analysis to identify the strategies in research article introductions and proposed that the strategy of "Indicating a research gap" is not an obligatory strategy in writing the introductions. Even though this strategy is suggested as non-obligatory by Swales (2004), many studies found that this strategy is utilized by most of the researchers in Computer Science discipline ( Posteguillo, 1999, Anthony, 1999, Shehzad, 2012). The study by Postegullio (1999) found that "Indicating a gap" is the most preferred strategy in highlighting that the intended research. …
    … While the strategy is being used by the Computer Science research writers at the global scale, it is unclear how this strategy is being used by the non native writers. Unlike the mentioned studies ( Anthony, 1999;Posteguillo, 1999 andShehzad, 2012) which did not put emphasis on the nativity of the writer, this study intends to explore further on how this strategy is being utilized by the non native writers particularly the academicians in Malaysian universities. …
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