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Journal Title: Annual Review of Applied Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   30/1
Table of Contents: Concurrent Verbal Reports in Second Language Acquisition Research
by Melissa A Bowles
pp 111-127

Qualitative Interviews in Applied Linguistics: From Research Instrument to Social Practice
by Steven Talmy
pp 128-148

Uses of Eye-Tracking Data in Second Language Sentence Processing Research
by Paola E. Dussias
pp 149-166

Language Socialization into Academic Discourse Communities
by Patricia A. Duff
pp 169-192

Becoming National: Classroom Language Socialization and Political Identities in the Age of Globalization
by Debra A. Friedman
pp 193-210

Language Socialization in the Workplace
by Celia J. Roberts
pp 211-227

Semantic Theory and Second Language Acquisition
by Roumyana Slabakova
pp 231-247

Curriculum Development for Advancing Heritage Language Competence: Recent Research, Current Practices, and a Future Agenda
by Kimi Kondo-Brown
pp 24-41

Second Language Acquisition and Syntactic Theory in the 21st Century
by Juana Muñoz Liceras
pp 248-269

Usage-Based Approaches to Language and Their Applications to Second Language Learning
by Andrea Tyler
pp 270-291

Current Issues in Heritage Language Acquisition
by Silvina A Montrul
pp 3-23

International Comparative Perspectives on Heritage Language Education Policy Research
by Jeffrey Bale
pp 42-65

The Heart of Heritage: Sociocultural Dimensions of Heritage Language Learning
by Agnes Weiyun He
pp 66-82

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
LL Issue: 21.3156