Article published in:World Applied Linguistics: A Celebration of AILA at 40
Edited by Susan M. Gass and Sinfree Makoni
[AILA Review 17] 2004
► pp. 31–56
Australia and New Zealand applied linguistics (ANZAL)
This paper reviews some emerging trends in applied linguistics in both Australia and New Zealand. It sketches the current scene of (selected) postgraduate applied linguistics programs in higher education and considers how various university programs define applied linguistics through the classes (titles) they have postgraduate students complete to be awarded a degree. Evidence of program requirements and topics reveal not only what applied linguistics generally entails, but offers insights into how applied linguistics is defined and practiced. Additionally, some of the salient research topics (titles) being published in the journals from the two countries’ applied linguistics associations are sketched.
Published online: 04 February 2005
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