Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 36:1
[Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 36:1] 2013. 129 pp.
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Table of Contents
EditorialCarsten Roever and Neomy Storch | pp. 2–3
Cognitive and Affective enhancement among older adults: The role of languagingMerrill Swain | pp. 4–19
Native speaker and nonnative speaker identities in repair practices of English conversationEun Young Bae and Sun-Young Oh | pp. 20–51
L2 vocabulary knowledge in and out of context: Is it the same for reading and listening?Hilde van Zeeland | pp. 52–70
Investigating apology response strategies in Australian English and Bahasa Indonesia: Gender and Cultural perspectivesAdrefiza and Jeremy F. Jones | pp. 71–101
‘Qualified’? A framework for comparing ELT teacher preparation coursesPhiona Stanley and Neil Murray | pp. 102–115
Review of Pennycook, A. (2012) Language and Mobility: Unexpected PlacesReviewed by Ruth Fielding | pp. 116–119
Review of Collins, P. & C. Hollo (2010) English Grammar: An IntroductionReviewed by Cara Penry Williams | pp. 120–123
Review of De Groot, A. M. B. (2011) Language and Cognition in Bilinguals and Multilinguals: An IntroductionReviewed by Muhammad Asif Qureshi | pp. 124–127