English Genre Analysis
English Genre Analysis Eng1020
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Potential Role of Vegetarianism on Nutritional and Cardiovascular Status in Taiwanese Dialysis Patients: A CaseControl Study This subject is about the role of being vegetarian on cardiovascular patients who have renal disease, meaning that they would be on dialysis. This genre is a scholarly academic journal, focused on health and medicine, and it is written by six contributing authors. The thesis for this journal is The present casecontrol study was designed to investigate the effects of vegetarian diets on nutritional and cardiovascular status, including arterial stiffness, in chronic dialysis patientsThe intended audience is people who may have cardiovascular disease, or have family members that are affected by this and may be looking on how to counteract it by changing their diets. This type of audience would already be familiar with the terms written in this journal, and the topics discussed. This audience would likely want to know how eating vegetarian could affect their body if they have this disease. The information presented here is meant to inform the reader of the effect on cardiovascular disease of eating a vegetarian diet. The information presented is credible because it states statistics and then backs them up with references and individual names. This journal is structured so that it informs the reader of the participants, followed by how the data was collected for the study, and then the analysis and results. Lastly, there are diagrams attached, showing the results in a table. There is also supporting information and references at the bottom of the article. The language used is scholarly and formal here, and there are words which the majority of society may not understand unless they are familiar with medical vocabulary. Overall, the genre of a scholarly academic journal is effective in conveying the study and results of this article. http://go.galegroup.com.proxy.lib.wayne.edu/ps/retrieve.do?sort=DASORT&docType= Report&tabID=T002&prodId=HRCA&searchId=R1&resultListType=RESULT_LIST&sear chType=BasicSearchForm&contentSegment=¤tPosition=1&searchResultsType= SingleTab&inPS=true&userGroupName=lom_waynesu&docId=GALE%7CA455013470 &contentSet=GALE%7CA455013470&authCount=1&u=lom_waynesu