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LINGUIST List 18.1677

Fri Jun 01 2007

Calls: Applied Linguistics/Language Teaching (Jrnl)

Editor for this issue: Hannah Morales <hannahlinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Graeme Porte, Language Teaching

Message 1: Language Teaching
Date: 01-Jun-2007
From: Graeme Porte <gportegmail.com>
Subject: Language Teaching

Full Title: Language Teaching

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Call Deadline: 31-Jan-2008

For the first time in the field, the leading journal Language Teaching
(Cambridge University Press) will now devote a section of research papers
dedicated exclusively to replication studies. Historically, LT has
maintained its role exclusively as a source of information, particularly
through its state-of-the-art reviews. However, in line with the new content
and format from 2008, publishing such papers will also bring in a new
creativity into the journal and a direct and unique contribution to current
research agendas, more characteristic of mainstream refereed research
journals. In deciding our purview for these papers, we decided to focus on
an area of experimental research which receives little or no specific
attention in the mainstream journals yet which - it is generally agreed -
needs to play a far more significant role than it has up to now in our
field. In keeping with the survey characteristics of Language Teaching, we
also encourage submissions of meta-analyses which attempt to combine or
synthesise a series of comparable research replications. The details of
this permanent Call for Papers can be obtained from the Editor at:
gportegmail.com and I would be grateful if you could distribute this link
amongst interested colleagues, students and/or relevant local discussion lists.

Deadline: 31 January 2008

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