Citation practices in research articles in Indonesia-based journals and international journals

Udi Samanhudi, Aisling O'Boyle

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Abstract

This paper examines the similarities and differences in the use of rhetorical citations in research articles in two journal publication contexts in the field of Applied Linguistics, namely Indonesian Journals aimed at a local audience, and International Journals aimed at a global audience. Fifty Discussion Sections from published research articles were taken from the two publication contexts. Results of the analysis indicate a dominant use of integral citations especially verb-controlling type in the Indonesian local corpus. It is suggested that this citation type requires less demand on synthesising various sources cited while Discussion Sections in the International corpus make greater use of non-integral citations which indicates a succinct synthesis of various sources. In terms of function, referring to literature is the most salient function in Indonesian local corpus while attribution is the most dominant function found in the International corpus. Accompanying the textual analysis of citation practices in these journals,
Indonesian academics as part of the community of the discipline were interviewed. Their perspectives indicate urgency for results of genre analysis studies to be transformed into teaching materials to assist especially novice writers in the field of Applied Linguistics in understanding English research article writing conventions better.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)741-751
Number of pages11
JournalJournal of Teaching English for Specific and Academic Purposes
Volume9
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 31 Dec 2021

Keywords

  • Citations practice, Indonesian-based journals, International journals, applied linguistics.

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