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LINGUIST List 17.1102

Wed Apr 12 2006

Calls: Applied Linguistics

Editor for this issue: Maria Moreno-Rollins <marialinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Lianrui Yang, International Applied Linguistics

Message 1: International Applied Linguistics
Date: 12-Apr-2006
From: Lianrui Yang <larryyang126.com>
Subject: International Applied Linguistics

Full Title: International Applied Linguistics

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Call Deadline: 30-Jul-2006

The inaugural issue of Journal IAL is scheduled to appear in October 2006. Contributions and correspondence on all editorial matters should be addressed to:

Prof. Lianrui Yang, Foreign Languages College, Ocean University of China, 23 Hongkong East Road, Qingdao, China.
Contributors are invited to submit their manuscripts electronically to: ial2006136.com.

International Applied Linguistics, a professional, refereed journal, is published bimonthly a year. The primary aim of the new journal is to fulfill the need for a publication forum devoted to the discussion of topics and issues in Applied Linguistics in the world, with a strong preference for contributions relating to second language acquisition, foreign/second language teaching, computer-assisted learning, curriculum design and development, teaching and research methodology, testing and evaluation, educational linguistics and the like. Two issues every year will be special ones organized thematically and regionally, which will be devoted to China (including Hong Kong and Taiwan), Japan, Korea and other EFL/ESL fast-developing areas in the Asian region. These issues will be guest-edited by advisory board members or other scholars.

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