EILJ Volume 10 Issue 2 Dcember 2015

| December 22, 2015

EILJ Volume 10 Issue 2 December 2015

  1. A Matter of Degrees: Native-speakerism and Centre Qualification Bias in Japan
    Robert Lowe
  2. Contrastive Rhetoric and Writing in Another Language
    Nilufer Guler
  3. Exploring the Use of English in Omani Students’ Everyday Conversations and its Influence on their Spoken Arabic
    Rahma Al-Mahrooqi
    Khalsa Al-Aghbari
  4. Accents of English as a Lingua Franca: A Study of Textbooks and Tests in China
    Peng Wang
  5. The Hidden Curriculum of English Language Teaching in Elite Pakistani Schools
    Filza Waseem
  6. The Role of Neutral Projecting Frames in the Quest for Media Objectivity
    Warren Hancock
  7. Anyone for Tennis?—A Case-Study on Gender Bias in a Japanese Junior High School English Language Textbook
    Ian Clark
  8. Comparing Indonesian and Australian Undergraduates’ Citation Practices in Thesis Background
    Ria Jubhari


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