New directions for the Annual Review of Applied Linguistics

Mackey, Alison Jayne (2016) New directions for the Annual Review of Applied Linguistics. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 36. pp. 1-4. ISSN 0267-1905

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Abstract

To begin with some history, reflecting the breadth of the field, the 35 issues of the Annual Review of Applied Linguistics (ARAL) published since 1980 have covered a substantial range of topics. These have included broad surveys of the field of applied linguistics; language and language-in-education; identity; written discourse; literacy; bilingual communities worldwide; language and the professions; communicative language teaching; second language acquisition research; discourse analysis; issues in foreign language teaching and learning; language policy and planning; technology and language; multilingualism; foundations of second language teaching; applied linguistics as an emerging discipline; language and psychology; discourse and dialogue; language contact and change; advances in language pedagogy; lingua franca languages; neurolinguistics; cognitive aspects of language processing; language assessment; and formulaic language.

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Journal Article
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Annual Review of Applied Linguistics
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125157
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15 May 2018 10:40
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Published
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