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Asian ESP Journal Volume 17 Issue 2 February 2021

| February 25, 2021

The Journal studies the structure and development of English across the globe, and in particular, its relationship to the special and specific purposes of English. The Asian ESP Journal is peer reviewed with multiple layers of editorial reviews. The Asian ESP Journal is the leading ESP journal across Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

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Asian ESP Journal Volume 17 Issue 1 February 2021

| February 24, 2021

The Journal studies the structure and development of English across the globe, and in particular, its relationship to the special and specific purposes of English. The Asian ESP Journal is peer reviewed with multiple layers of editorial reviews. The Asian ESP Journal is the leading ESP journal across Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

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TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 2 2021

TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 2 2021

| February 16, 2021

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TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 1 2021

TESOL International Journal Volume 16 Issue 1 2021

| January 8, 2021

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IJLLD 8.2 2020

IJLLD 8.2 2020

| January 1, 2021

The International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse (IJLLD)is an affiliated journal of Multicultural Association of Law and Language.

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Asian EFL Journal Volume 25 Issue 1 January 2021

Asian EFL Journal Volume 25 Issue 1 January 2021

| January 1, 2021

Welcome to the January edition of the Asian EFL Journal in 2021. This inspiring edition contains six articles and two book reviews of quality.

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Asian ESP Journal Volume 16 Issue 6.3 December 2020

| December 31, 2020

Welcome to the December 2020 issue of Asian ESP Journal. In this issue, we would like to re-emphasize our commitment to providing a (first-person) voice to our authors. A first-person is particularly appropriate when emphasizing what the authors have contributed to the field by doing their study, in contrast to the literature review of what already appears to be established. We have often noted that journals such as Nature require this. A first person is also useful to transparently acknowledge our own assumptions, assuming we are aware of them.

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Asian ESP Journal Volume 16 Issue 6.2 December 2020

| December 30, 2020

Welcome to the December 2020 issue of Asian ESP Journal. In this issue, we would like to re-emphasize our commitment to providing a (first-person) voice to our authors. A first-person is particularly appropriate when emphasizing what the authors have contributed to the field by doing their study, in contrast to the literature review of what already appears to be established. We have often noted that journals such as Nature require this. A first person is also useful to transparently acknowledge our own assumptions, assuming we are aware of them.

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EILJ Volume 15 Issue 2 2020

| December 29, 2020

Welcome to the December 2020 issue of the Journal of English as an International Language!
The spectrum of issues, insights and research agendas featured in this issue resonates with EILJ’s resolve and remit to foster a plurality of focus and conceptualizations in EIL.

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Linguistics Journal Volume 14 Issue 2 2020

Linguistics Journal Volume 14 Issue 2 2020

| December 21, 2020

We welcome our readers to the second issue in 2020 of the Linguistics Journal, which contains writing by researchers from across the globe. The 10 articles included cover topics across a wide spectrum of the subject of linguistics and will provide readers with new insight into the diversity of our bourgeoning field. In this issue, we were pleased to also include a book review focusing on the basics of translation, and we look forward to receiving and publishing more reviews in the future. Although we have all been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic this past year, the Journal received a record number of submissions. The productivity of researchers in our field continues thriving even in adversity. We hope that this issue will inspire our readers to continue carrying out research in various contexts throughout the world.

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