What emerges from these answers, however, is an approach that characterizes metadiscourse as a secondary discourse and that abstracts it away from its concomitant rhetorical milieu. Not only does this approach unnecessarily relegate metadiscourse to an inferior status, but it also fails to point out that our current theorizing about metadiscourse is inevitably local and intimately tied to a particular context.
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- (no access) - Mao, Luming: I Conclude Not: Toward a Pragmatic Account of Metadiscourse, 1993, p265
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