LINGUIST List 12.554

Tue Feb 27 2001

TOC: Int'l Journal of Applied Linguistics Vol. 2

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  1. HG Ying, International Journal of Applied Linguistics, Vol.2, 2000

Message 1: International Journal of Applied Linguistics, Vol.2, 2000

Date: Mon, 26 Feb 2001 21:20:05 -0700
From: HG Ying <hyingcarbon.cudenver.edu>
Subject: International Journal of Applied Linguistics, Vol.2, 2000


International Journal of Applied Linguistics (InJal), Vol.2, 2000


The International Journal of Applied Linguistics (InJAL), publisehd by
Blackwellpublishers, seeks to cover all areas of applied linguistics
represented by the various commissions of AILA (L'Association
internationale de linguistique appliquee). In addition, the journal
encourages the development of new fields of applied language study.
The working language of the journal is English. InJAL publishes
original articles and reviews of current books (including books
written in languages other than English), as well as notes and
comments on points arising out of recently-published articles.


Articles in Issue 10:2 (Autumn 2000):

The role of figurative language in introductory science texts
Steven Darian

Writing development in two languages: assessment of sense of story structure
and interlinguistic transfer
Norbert Francis

Vocabulary acquisition: acquiring depth of knowledge through network
building
Kirsten Haastrup & Birgit Henriksen

Linearity in rhetorical organisation: a comparative cross-cultural analysis
of newstext from the People's Republic of China
Guy Rammsay

The origin of contrastive rhetoric revisited
H.G. Ying

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