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Creativity in Academic Writing : Escaping from the Straitjacket of Genre?

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Creativity in Academic Writing : Escaping from the Straitjacket of Genre? / Hamilton, Mary E.; Pitt, Kathy.

Why Writing Matters: Issues of access and identity in writing research and pedagogy. ed. / Awena Carter; Theresa Lillis; Sue Parkin. 12. ed. Amsterdam : John Benjamins, 2009. p. 61-80 (Studies in Written Language and Literacy).

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Harvard

Hamilton, ME & Pitt, K 2009, Creativity in Academic Writing : Escaping from the Straitjacket of Genre? in A Carter, T Lillis & S Parkin (eds), Why Writing Matters: Issues of access and identity in writing research and pedagogy. 12 edn, Studies in Written Language and Literacy, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, pp. 61-80. <http://www.benjamins.com/cgi-bin/t_bookview.cgi?bookid=SWLL%2012>

APA

Hamilton, M. E., & Pitt, K. (2009). Creativity in Academic Writing : Escaping from the Straitjacket of Genre? In A. Carter, T. Lillis, & S. Parkin (Eds.), Why Writing Matters: Issues of access and identity in writing research and pedagogy (12 ed., pp. 61-80). (Studies in Written Language and Literacy). John Benjamins. http://www.benjamins.com/cgi-bin/t_bookview.cgi?bookid=SWLL%2012

Vancouver

Hamilton ME, Pitt K. Creativity in Academic Writing : Escaping from the Straitjacket of Genre? In Carter A, Lillis T, Parkin S, editors, Why Writing Matters: Issues of access and identity in writing research and pedagogy. 12 ed. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 2009. p. 61-80. (Studies in Written Language and Literacy).

Author

Hamilton, Mary E. ; Pitt, Kathy. / Creativity in Academic Writing : Escaping from the Straitjacket of Genre?. Why Writing Matters: Issues of access and identity in writing research and pedagogy. editor / Awena Carter ; Theresa Lillis ; Sue Parkin. 12. ed. Amsterdam : John Benjamins, 2009. pp. 61-80 (Studies in Written Language and Literacy).

Bibtex

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