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Commenting on the debacle, Altshuler, who scrutinized the data, stated that ‘studies are rarely accepted as dogma until they’re replicated . . a distinction often lost on the general public – and sometimes other scientists – amid the hype that envelops ﬁrsts’ (Couzin 2006, p. 24). If the construction of scientiﬁc knowledge process discussed at the beginning of the present paper had been more carefully followed, then the information in the Hwang paper would probably not have created such a sensation until its data had been more carefully scrutinized by the scientiﬁc community.
The formulation of the concept in my reviewessay was not taken from anywhere else in its present form, but it was certainly profoundly inﬂuenced by my reading in Kuhn, Fish, Richard Rorty, and the sociolinguists, and by discussions with Bruce Herzberg. . And in turn, it would seem that this essay has inﬂuenced the work of the cognitivists who now deﬁne their research as ‘sociocognitive’ . . and it has inﬂuenced the work on discourse conventions done, for example, by scholars in writing across the curriculum.
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Academic Evaluation: Review Genres in University Settings by Ken Hyland, Giuliana Diani