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Wed Dec 09 2009

Qs: Articles about Lack/Paucity of Publication in ELT

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        1.    Ali AlBulushi, Articles about Lack/Paucity of Publication in ELT

Message 1: Articles about Lack/Paucity of Publication in ELT
Date: 07-Dec-2009
From: Ali AlBulushi <aha109squ.edu.om>
Subject: Articles about Lack/Paucity of Publication in ELT
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Dear All,

I'm co-writing a paper about the paucity/lack of publication in ELT in an
Omani university. My colleague and I have been struggling to find any
published research about the general topic of lack of publication in ELT or
even a related discipline. We would appreciate it a lot if you can help by
referring us to any relevant published article about this topic.

Thank you,

Ali AlBulushi

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

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