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INTRODUCTION BASED ON JOHN SWALES’ CARS MODEL
INTRODUCTION BASED ON JOHN SWALES’ CARS MODEL Context Background Space that needs to be filled through additional research Answer the question(s) asked Continue the research tradition Substantiate the counter- claim Fill the gap identified
Move 1: ESTABLISHING A TERRITORY Step 1: Claiming centrality and/or Step 2: Making topic generalization(s) and/or Step 3: Reviewing items of previous researches INTRODUCTION BASED ON JOHN SWALES’ CARS MODEL
Move 1: ESTABLISHING A TERRITORY Step 1: Claiming centrality The author asks the discourse community (the audience for the paper) to accept that the research about to be reported is part of a lively, significant, or well- established research area. INTRODUCTION BASED ON JOHN SWALES’ CARS MODEL “Recently, there has been a spate of interest in . . . “ “Knowledge of X has great importance for. . . “
Move 1: ESTABLISHING A TERRITORY Step 2: Making topic generalization(s) The author makes statements about the current knowledge, practices, or phenomena in the field.

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