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Cherniavskaia V. E. Scientific result in research paper in linguistics. Speech Genres, 2016, no. 1(13), pp. 56-64. DOI: 10.18500/2311-0740-2016-1-13-56-64

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Scientific result in research paper in linguistics

Cherniavskaia Valeria Evgenievna, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Politechnic University

The article deals with a research paper in humanities and its text constitutive model. The research paper is presumed to be a source of information transfer, information mining and extraction. The linguo-epistemic approach offered is of relevance for expert’s assessment of scientific quality in addition to bibliometric indicators. The complex structure of scientific text reflects the interrelation between epistemic “old” and “new” knowledge. The text author has to solve the problem of opting-in of his/her result as a piece of new knowledge to the system of existing knowledge. So, the explicity of a verbalized new result creates crucial specifics of a research paper structure, which main function is presumed to be a source of information transfer, information mining and extraction. Research paper in peer-reviewed Russian journals in linguistics is discussed. 


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