TUJ Working Papers in Applied Linguistics

"TUJ Working Papers in Applied Linguistics" prints research-oriented working papers by graduate students and faculty members of TUJ's Graduate College of Education. The series began in 1993. Issues published since 1996 are listed below.

Past Issues

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  • Temple University Japan: Working Papers in Applied Linguistics (Volume 23)
  • Narrative Inquiries and Case Studies, April 2006 (Vol. 22)
  • Action Research, July 2001 (Vol. 21)
  • Task-Based Teaching: Individual Lesson Plans and Action Research, April 2002 (Vol. 20)
  • Qualitative Research in Applied Linguistics: Japanese Learners and Contexts, November 2001 (Vol. 19)
  • TESOL Research from Temple University's Main Campus in Philadelphia, July 2001 (Vol. 18)
  • Gender Issues in Language Education, November 2000 (Vol. 17)
  • Pragmatics, January 2000 (Vol. 16)
  • Stylistics for Literature in Language Teaching, November 1999 (Vol. 15)
  • Individual Differences in the Japanese EFL Context, November 1999 (Vol. 14)
  • Investigating EFL Teaching and Learning through Analysis of Classroom Discourse, December 1998 (Vol. 13)
  • Issues and Research in L2 Reading and Writing, March 1998 (Vol. 12)
  • Issues and Research in L2 Reading and Writing, October 1997 (Vol. 11)
  • Spoken Discourse Analysis, July 1997 (Vol. 10)
  • Issues in Applied Linguistics, July 1996 (Vol. 9)
  • Issues in Applied Linguistics, September 1996 (Vol. 8)
  • Teaching and Researching Vocabulary, October 1996 (Vol. 7)