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Proceedings of the International Conference

 

Proceedings of the International Conference: Doing Research in Applied Linguistics, 21-22 April 2011, Bangkok.

Selected Proceedings

Top-down versus Bottom-up Approaches toward Move Analysis in ESP
Angvarrah Lieungnapar and Richard Watson Todd

1-10

Objectivity, Subjectivity and Competing Models of Research
David R Hall

11-16

When the Researched Becomes a Researcher in Narrative Inquiry
Garold Murray and Reza Vahdani Sanavi

17-25

Analysing Private Hospital Websites from a Critical Perspective: Potential Issues of Methodology, Analysis and Interpretation of Findings
Jonathan Rante Carreon and Richard Watson Todd

26-36

Synergy of Mixed Method Approach to Development of ESL Speaking Rating Scales
Kornwipa Poonpon

37-44

Using Quantitative Methods as a Framework for Qualitative Analyses
Pattamawan Jimarkon and Richard Watson Todd

45-51

Where do Research Ideas Come from?
Richard Watson Todd

52-61

Data Triangulation as a Resource in Multilingual Research: Examples from the Linguistic Landscape
Selim Ben Said

62-70

Active Listening in Qualitative Research Interviews
Stephen Louw, Richard Watson Todd and Pattamawan Jimakorn

71-82

Cambodian English Teachers’ Conceptions of and Engagement with Research
Stephen Moore

83-98

Three Dimensions of Research Quality
Woravut Jaroonkhongdach, Richard Watson Todd, David Hall and Sonthida Keyuravong

99-111

 

Proceedings on CD

Becoming an Ethnographer:
A Personal Journey of an English Lecturer
Chamaiporn  Buddharat, Jonathan C. Hull and Sonthida  Keyuravong

1-10

Research Methods in Applied Linguistics:
Encouraging students to become researchers

Diana Po Lan SHAM

11-19

Hidden Language of Advertising: A Semiotic Approach
Maryam Najafian and Azzizollah Dabaghi

20-26

Re-conceptualization of Piloting Research in Applied Linguistics
Montarat Rungruangthum, Richard Watson Todd and Wirote Aroonmanakun

27-33

A Suggestion from Research on Contrastive Rhetoric
Nagiko Iwata Lee 

34-42

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

Noparat Tananuraksakul

43-50

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

Punjaporn Pojanapunya and Richard Watson Todd

51-60

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

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

61-68

Issues in Research Data Collection – A Corpus Based Study of the
Word Order Variations in Singapore Mandarin

Serene S.H. Ng

69-76

From Conducting an Action Research Study to a Reflective Researcher and Teacher
Shu-Hua Kao

77-87

Weather Forecast Corpus And A Sample Dictionary
Siwarak Paengpho and Jirapa Vitayapirak

88-95

Identifying Common Challenges and Developing Creative Strategies 
for Fieldwork Research in Problem Settings

Victor N. Shaw

96-107

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

Wenwen Tian, Pattamawan Jimarkon and Wareesiri Singhasiri

108-119

An Online Reading Protocol to Research Readers’ Reactions to Text  
Nick Moore

120-130

Clause Complex Analysis On Thai University
Students’ English Essays In A Longitudinal Genre

Udom Srinon

131-153