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Objectivity, subjectivity and competing models of research

Where do research ideas come from?

When the Researched Becomes a Researcher in Narrative Inquiry

Interpreting student’s learning English listening through the lens of Activity theory

Applying linguistics to inform higher degree research interests: challenges of working in interdisciplinary contexts

In-Service Teachers Exploring Their own Emotional Intelligence: Triangulation of Data

Case Study Method In TEFL Studies

Learner Profiling in L2 Motivation Research

Development of Doing Research in Applied Linguistics: Experiential Learning in Australia

Cross-Checking and Verifying Participants and Participant Responses in Fieldwork

Research Methods in Applied Linguistics: Encouraging students to become researchers

If they speak for themselves: let the data do the talking

“Whose story is it anyway?" Authorship and ethics in the narrative study of teachers’ lives

Synergy of Mixed Method Approach to Development of ESL Speaking Rating Scale

Action Research and Reflective Practitioners

Semi-structured Interviews: Potential and Challenges

Issues in research data collection – A corpus based study of the word order variations in Singapore Mandarin

Strengthening experimental research in applied linguistics: Issues in study design, analysis, and interpretation

Mere Indolence or Genuine Hindrance: Paucity of Publishing in ELT at an Omani University

Second Language Research: Does It Make A Difference?

Comprehension of written texts in Spanish as an L1 and English as an L2

Challenges and Caveats in Research on Multilingualism: Examples from the Linguistic Landscape

Developing a ‘research culture’ in a developing country

Relevance of findings in results to discussion sections in applied linguistics research

The Implications of an Online Reading Protocol to Research Readers’ Reactions to Text

Using the Grounded Theory to Gain an Insight into How Thai students Learn English

From Conducting an Action Research Study to a Reflective Researcher and Teacher

Data Collection in Endangered Languages

A suggestion from research on contrastive rhetoric

Researching ESP corpora: issues in compilation and analysis

Analysing private hospital websites from a critical perspective: Potential issues of methodology, analysis and interpretation of findings

From an English Lecturer to an Ethnographer

Data Collection and Analysis in Survey Design in Applied Linguistics

Structural priming research: implications for second language acquisition and pedagogy

What is a ‘word’?: A Corpus-based View on Negation in Chinese Morphology

The Three “Faces” of Reflexivity

Re-conceptualization of Piloting Research in Applied Linguistics

Using a Survey for Language Teaching and Learning: A Study of Concepts of Literacy of Thai EFL Teachers

Designing a Transcription System for Face-to-face PhD Supervisory Discourse: A Selective-specificity Model

Three Dimensions of Research quality

Top-down versus Bottom-up Approaches toward Move analysis in ESP

Applying Active Listening in Research Interviews

Problems and perspectives on clause complex analysis on Thai students’ written essays

Language Contact Research Methodologies

Classification of Non-analyzable Word Types in Web Documents to implement an Effective Korean e-Learning System

CALL for Research and Research for CALL

Using corpus-based research approach to develop thesis supervision skills

Revitalisation of Te Reo Maori in New Zealand – how applied linguistics can help

Ways to Use Quantitative methods to Analyse Qualitative Data

Hidden Language of Advertising: A Semiotic Perspective

Surveys and Ethnographic Studies: Opposing or Complimentary?

Teachers’ feedback on ESL writing in relation to students’ affect

Corpus-based Analysis of English Vocabulary in Weather Forecast and a Design of a Sample Meteorological Dictionary

Corpus-Based Analysis of the Representation of Thai Government in Bangkok Post and the Nation: Critical Discourse Analysis

Thai- English Direct Translation as Writing Errors of Thai Students