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  • Ali Al-Issa

Mere Indolence Or Genuine Hindrance: Paucity Of Publishing In ELT At An Omani University

  • Amin and Hamideh Dehgan:

CALL For Research And Research For CALL (P) 

  • Anchalee Chayanuvat

Using Grounded Theory To Gain An Insight Into How Thai Students Learn English

  • Angvarrah Lieungnapar

Top-Down Versus Bottom-Up Approaches Toward Move Analysis In ESP

  • Anil Pathak and Charatdao Intratat

Semi-Structured Interviews: Potential And Challenges

  • Chamaiporn Buddharat

Becoming an Ethnographer: A Personal Journey Of An English Lecturer


  • Chan Hio Tong

What Is A ‘Word’?: A Corpus-Based View On Negation In Chinese Morphology

  • Chris Krägeloh:

Revitalisation Of Te Reo Maori In New Zealand – How Applied Linguistics Can Help (P) 

  • David Hall

Objectivity, subjectivity and competing models of research

  • David Hayes

“Whose Story Is It Anyway?" Authorship And Ethics In The Narrative Study Of Teachers’ Lives

  • Diana Sham

Research Methods In Applied Linguistics: Encouraging Students To Become Researchers

  • Fu Liping

Data Collection And Analysis In Survey Design In Applied Linguistics

  • Garold Murray and Reza Vahdani Savani

When The Researched Becomes A Researcher In Narrative Inquiry

  • Haryanto Atmowardoyo

Case Study Method In TEFL Studies

  • Ibrahim Abukhattala

Second Language Research: Does It Make A Difference?

  • Jakraphan Riamliw

Using A Survey For Language Teaching And Learning: A Study Of Concepts Of Literacy Of Thai EFL Teachers


  • Jennifer Eagleton

The Three “Faces” Of Reflexivity


  • John Flowerdew

A Long-Term, Multi-Method Approach To Applied Linguistics Research 

  • John Walsh

Applying Linguistics To Inform Higher Degree Research Interests: Challenges Of Working In Interdisciplinary Contexts

  • Jonathan Carreon

Analysing Private Hospital Websites From A Critical Perspective: Potential Issues Of Methodology, Analysis And Interpretation Of Findings


  • Jonathan Hoch

If They Speak For Themselves: Let The Data Do The Talking

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  • Julu Sen

In-Service Teachers Exploring Their Own Emotional Intelligence: Triangulation Of Data

  • Katerina Petchko

Strengthening Experimental Research In Applied Linguistics: Issues In Study Design, Analysis, And Interpretation

  • Kornwipa Poonpon

Synergy Of Mixed Method Approach To Development Of ESL Speaking Rating Scale

  • Laila Noman

Action Research And Reflective Practitioners

  • Lynne Flowerdew

Researching ESP Corpora: Issues In Compilation And Analysis


  • Mark Conroy

Structural Priming Research: Implications For Second Language Acquisition And Pedagogy

  • Maryam Najafian and Azizollah Dabaghi:

Hidden Language of Advertising: A Semiotic Perspective (P) 

  • Montarat Rungruangthum

Re-Conceptualization Of Piloting Research In Applied Linguistics


  • Nagiko Lee

A Suggestion From Research On Contrastive Rhetoric


  • Neil McClelland

Learner Profiling In L2 Motivation Research

  • Nick Moore

The Implications Of An Online Reading Protocol To Research Readers’ Reactions To Text

  • Noparat Tananuraksakul

Development Of Doing Research In Applied Linguistics: Experiential Learning In Australia

  • Parinda Jantori:

Thai- English Direct Translation As Writing Errors Of Thai Students

  • Pattamawan Jimarkon and Richard Watson Todd

Ways To Use Quantitative Methods To Analyse Qualitative Data (P) 

  • Punjaporn Pojanapunya and Richard Watson Todd

Relevance Of Findings In Results To Discussion Sections In Applied Linguistics Research


  • Richard Watson Todd

Where do research ideas come from?


  • Romualdo Ibanez and Rene Venegas

Comprehension Of Written Texts In Spanish As An L1 And English As An L2

  • Sang-Taek Park, Eric Laporte, Jee-Sun Nam and Ae-Lim Ahn:

Classification Of Non-Analyzable Word Types In Web Documents To Implement An Effective Korean E-Learning System (P)

  • Selim Ben Said

Challenges And Caveats In Research On Multilingualism: Examples From The Linguistic Landscape

  • Serene S. H. Ng

Issues In Research Data Collection – A Corpus Based Study Of The Word Order Variations In Singapore Mandarin

  • Shu-Hua Kao

From Conducting An Action Research Study To A Reflective Researcher And Teacher

  • Siwarak Paengpo:

Corpus-Based Analysis Of English Vocabulary In Weather Forecast And A Design Of A Sample Meteorological Dictionary

  • Sonthida Keyuravong:

Using Corpus-Based Research Approach To Develop Thesis Supervision Skills (P) 


  • Sorhaila Latip-Yusoph:

Surveys And Ethnographic Studies: Opposing Or Complimentary?

  • Stephen Louw

Applying Active Listening In Research Interviews


  • Stephen Moore

Developing A ‘Research Culture’ In A Developing Country

  • Sutida Ngonkum

Interpreting Student’s Learning English Listening Through The Lens Of Activity Theory

  • Tharinee Boonyuen:

Teachers’ Feedback On ESL Writing In Relation To Students’ Affect

  • Thi Hue Nguyen

Language Contact Research Methodologies

  • Udom Srinon and Peter White

Clause Complex Analysis On Thai University Students’ Written Essays In A Longitudinal Genre Based Course

  • Victor Shaw

Cross-Checking And Verifying Participants And Participant Responses In Fieldwork

  • Warawit Natephra

Corpus-Based Analysis Of The Representation Of Thai Government In Bangkok Post And The Nation: Critical Discourse Analysis


  • Wenwen Tian

Designing A Transcription System For Face-To-Face PhD Supervisory Discourse: A Selective-Specificity Model


  • Woravut Jaroonkhongdach

Three Dimensions Of Research Quality