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Running head: LANGUAGE OF RESEARCHGraduate students as academic writers: writing anxiety, self-efficacy and emotionalintelligenceName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor Note
1LANGUAGE OF RESEARCHTable of ContentsIntroduction................................................................................................................................2Possible thesis statements..........................................................................................................2Summary....................................................................................................................................3Evaluation..................................................................................................................................3Response....................................................................................................................................4Conclusion..................................................................................................................................5References..................................................................................................................................6
2LANGUAGE OF RESEARCHIntroductionThe article here is titled as ‘Graduate students as academic writers: writing anxiety,self-efficacy and emotional intelligence’ which has been done by the authors MargaritaHuerta, Patricia Goodson, Mina Beigi and Dominique Chlup. Here the essential finding statesthat self-efficacy is an important factor and a huge predictor of writing anxiety while on theother hand, emotional intelligence is not. As found through the various researches and thegrowing global trends that that there is a low percentage in proceeding with their degree canbe due to many factors. Thus, self-efficacy, writing anxiety and emotional intelligence aretaken as the variables to measure the graduate students as academic writer.However, there are many other studies in this field that has been seen focusing onself-efficacy, writing anxiety and emotional intelligence. As stated by Mascle, in his studydone in 2013 reached to the conclusion that the writing instructions usually do minimal toreduce the writing anxiety but encouraging self-efficacy can together diminish the anxiety inwriting as well as further development in writing. Possible thesis statementsThis article of great merit and should be considered as essential reading by everyonein the area of academic writing. This critique will outline why this is the case. This article is noteworthy addition to the subject of graduate students and can beconsidered very useful for those connected to this field. This critique will outline why this isthe case.This article makes a solid contribution to research into the writing anxiety, self-efficacy and emotional intelligence and would be useful to those wishing to gain a deeperunderstanding. This critique will outline why this is the case.

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