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TOC: Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics (IJOAL)

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  1. U. S. Bahri, Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics (IJOAL)

Message 1: Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics (IJOAL)

Date: 4 Mar 2001 15:47:04 -0000
From: U. S. Bahri <>
Subject: Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics (IJOAL)

Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics published since 1975 by Bahri
Publications since 1975. Current issue of volume 28,2001. Contact URL:
Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics (IJOAL), Vol.26, No.1, Jan-July, 2000

The Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics (IJOAL), published by Bahri
Publications New Delhi, India (since 1975) in January and June with
papers in English from all parts of the world. IJOAL attempts to place
before its readers new theoretical and methodologist ideas and
research from the several disciplines engaged in Applied
Linguistics. The journal also encourages upcoming scholars for the
development of new ideas in applied language studies. Unpublished
articles, book reviews, notes, conference notes, and other relevant
information on any field of applied linguistics is welcome. (see TOCs
of 25 previous volumes upto the Silver Jubilee Number 1999, at:

Articles in Issue 1, Jan-June, Vol.26, 2000 of 
Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics

1. Force Dynamics Model of Sentence Meaning 
 Franson D. Manjali
2. Low second language proficiency and register complexity as influences
 on L2 Reading: A Re-assessment of the Threshold Hypothesis
 Nasrin Shokerpour & John Gibbins
3. The relationship between motivation and English proficiency among
 Iranian EFL Learners
 F. Sadighi & N. Maghsudi
4. Is language planning an indispensible tool for Developing Nations?
 The case of Camaroon
 Tabe Florence Ako Enoh
5. Communication Strategies Revisited: The influence of proficiency on
 the selection of Strategies: The Authors outmanaeuvered?
 Ali Akbar Ansarin & Pushpinder Sayal
6. Aphasia and Cognitive Sciences: Problems of Appraisal Tests in Indian
 Santosh Gupta
7. Atudents' perceptions of their interest in English language: 
 An Exploratory Study of BHU(Banaras Hindu University) Students
 Asha Visvas
8. Book Reviews
 Persanjit Biswas 

July-December 2000

1. The impact of planning time and attention on grammatical accuracy in
 S. Samad Sajjadi
2. English in Indian Media
 Lachman M. Khubchandani
3. Towards the chacaterization of Genre: Speech Acts of Definition - 
 A criterion for genre identity
 Hasan Ansary & Esmat babai
4. The impact of the individual difference variables on vocabulary
 learning strategies
 Majid M. Al-Khatabeh
5. On Wh-Operators in Kenyang
 Tabe Florence Ako Enoh
6. Cybermultilingualism
 Debaprasad Bandhyopadhayay
Contents of Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics (IJOAL) Vol.27.1,
January-June 2001

1. An Examination of Strategic, Self-regulated Learning among Advanced
 Level ESL Students
 Ravi Sheorey & Jeri H. Dies 
 Esmat Babai & Hasan Ansary
2. Exploring English Abbreviations in Medical Spanish
 M. Angeles Alcaraz
3. Incompatibility of Schema with Input in Listening Comprehension
 M.H. Keshavarz & Esmat Babai
4. Hindi-English Kinship Terms: A Contrastive Study
 Kavita Rastogi
5. Language Reflects Attitudes
 Anima Chakraverty
6. A Text-Oriented Procedure for EFL Writing: A Corrective Feedback
 Omar F. Atari
7. Directing Conversation Sessions
 Iraj Vesali
8. A Needs Assessment for the English Language Courses at Shiraz University
 Gholam Hosein Shahini & A. Mehdi Riazi

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