Editor for this issue: Dan Parker
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My name is Woravut Jaroongkhongdach, a PhD candidate in Applied Linguistics. I am conducting research on ‘A content analysis of Thai and international research journals in English Language Teaching’. I’ve collected 30 journals listed in some international indexes such as ISI, European Reference Index for Humanities, and now I’m trying to get 5 international research journals that can be used as data (a benchmark for quality research papers). I’d like academics/post graduate students/or people who get involved in English language teaching in different corners of the world to help me with the selection. So please go to http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=Qv3qY_2fgBeCmEarXFJxtbAA_3d_3d
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