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Name: Türkay  Bulut
Institution: Çukurova University
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State and/or Country: Turkey   
Linguistic Field(s): Syntax
Subject Language(s): English
Language Family(ies): Altaic
Selected Publications: (2004).Idiom processing in L2: Through rose-colored glasses.” (2003).“İkidillilik ve Yetişkinlerde Evrensel Dilbilgisine Erişim”(bilingualism and access to UG in adults
(2002). “A pain in the neck: Idioms in L2 learning”.
(2002). “Student Perceptions and Language Teaching.”
(2002) “The Comparison of the Students’ and Their Teachers’ Perceptions of ELT Activities.” (2001). “Çoklu ne-sorularının edinimi: Kim niçin geldi” (the acquisiton of multiple wh question:who why came?)
(2000).“The Binding Theory and Turkish: Principles A and B.”
(2000)'Ingilizce'nin İkinci Dil olarak Edinimi ve ED'ye Erişim: Yapı Bağımsallığı ve Alttaşlık' (Acquiring English as an L2: Subjacency and structure dependency)
(1999).'Ikinci Dil Edinen Yetişkinlerde Değiştirgen Ayarlaması' (resetting the parametrs)
(1998)'The Development of Spatial Terms in Turkish Children Aged between 4-6.' (1997)'Teacher in 2000s: An EFL/ESL Teacher as researcher'
(1997).' Freedom in religion and the cult phenomenon in the U.S. society.'
Courses Taught: Turkish syntax and semantics; introduction to linguistics; language acquisition (first and second); research methods in education
Dissertation Abstract: The Availability of Universal Grammar to adult Turkish Learners of English: Parameter resetting
Dissertation Director * of: Teaching Translation at English Language Teaching Departments: Process approach vs traditional approach
(Adnan Biçer, Author)

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