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    Authorial Stances in Classroom Speeches: A Corpus-Based Study 

    Sarit Siribud (2016)

    Corpus-based studies have become increasingly popular among researchers in the field of linguistics and language studies, as they may shed light on language instruction and course designs (Conrad, 1999). Given this emphasis, a corpus-based analysis on stances (Hyland, 2005) in students’ classroom speeches has been employed. The analysis of a corpus of 104 undergraduate students’ speech transcriptions reveals that students employed authorial stances in their speeches. Such results, however, only suggest that these stances were used subconsciously ...