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Chapelle
ISBN: 978-1-4051-9473-0
Hardcover
6582 pages
September 2012, Wiley-Blackwell
List Price: 1,750.00 USD
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The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics encompasses the range of research on language-related issues that arise in the real-world contexts where languages are learned and used. Led by general editor Carol A. Chapelle, this highly ambitious work brings together over 1,100 entries from scholars around the globe who explore this multifaceted field.

Arranged in A-Z format, this resource explores historical perspectives, current research, and emerging areas within applied linguistics, including bilingual and multilingual education; language policy and planning; language teaching and learning; assessment and testing; corpus linguistics; discourse and conversation analysis; literacy; technology and language; and more. Research methodologies across areas are covered, as are biographies of prominent figures who have helped shape this diverse and growing field.

This Encyclopedia highlights the connections of theoretical frameworks and methodologies to practice across this expanding discipline, making it an ideal resource for students, scholars, and practitioners in related areas such as education, policy, technology, and more.

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