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LINGUIST List 18.978

Sun Apr 01 2007

Calls: Replication Studies/Applied Linguistics/Language Teaching (Jrnl)

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

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        1.    Graeme Porte, Language Teaching

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

Full Title: Language Teaching

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Call Deadline: 31-Dec-2007

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 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, I 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.

Dr Graeme Porte
Editor Language Teaching (Cambridge University Press)

Senior Lecturer in English Language and Applied Linguistics Research Design
Depto. de FilologĂ­as Inglesa y Alemana
Campus Cartuja
Universidad de Granada
18071 Granada

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