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by Ann Abbott
Thanks to the NOBLE newsletter that Mary Risner sends (email here if you´d like to receive it, too: by email@example.com), I learned about the Journal of Languages for Specific Purposes.
When I began scrolling through the first issue´s table of contents, it seemed to me that the journal was focused on quantitative, very specific linguistic-type research. That doesn't speak to me.
Then I scrolled some more and read abstracts for these articles that do, indeed, interest me. Click on the links to read the full articles.
Hamburg, Andrea. THE ROLE OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHERS IN DEVELOPING STUDENTS’ INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS
Horňáková, Anna.ENHANCING INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE THROUGH PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES
Mudure-Iacob, Iona. COMMUNICATING THE STEREOTYPE OF “OTHERNESS” IN EUROPEAN ADVERTISING: CULTURAL AND NATIONAL “FAKE MULTICULTURALISM”
Stein-Smith, Kathleen. THE U.S. FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEFICIT AND LANGUAGES FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES