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Volume 15 Issue 3 December 2019

Volume 15 Issue 3 December 2019

| December 14, 2019

Welcome to the December 2019 issue of Asian ESP Journal (Volume 15, Issue 3). Even at a glance, it is easily discernible that the papers in this issue share common interests. In this issue, we are also reminded of the significance of simple strategies to equip students for reading and writing – it is a welcome refresher to keep our shared scholarly purpose a priority.

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Volume 15 Issue 2 October 2019

Volume 15 Issue 2 October 2019

| November 23, 2019

Welcome to the October 2019 issue of Asian ESP Journal (Volume 15, Issue 2). In a world increasingly dominated by anonymity, to the extent that we are even debating whether recruitment should become anonymous, AESP would again like to emphasize its support of authorial voice and identity. Orwell’s famous 1984 seems to be ever relevant as we move into the 21st Century, where we are increasingly asked to speak to anonymous AI voices as we negotiate our daily lives.

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Volume 15 Issue 1.2 June 2019

Volume 15 Issue 1.2 June 2019

| June 7, 2019

Welcome to the June, 2019 issue of AESP (Volume 15, Issue 1.2). In a world increasingly dominated by anonymity, to the extent that we are even debating whether recruitment should become anonymous, AESP would again like to emphasize its support of authorial voice and identity. Orwell’s famous 1984 seems to be ever relevant as we move into the 21st Century, where we are increasingly asked to speak to anonymous AI voices as we negotiate our daily lives.

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Volume 15 Issue 1.1 June 2019

Volume 15 Issue 1.1 June 2019

| May 24, 2019

Welcome to the June, 2019 issue of AESP (Volume 15, Issue 1). In a world increasingly dominated by anonymity, to the extent that we are even debating whether recruitment should become anonymous, AESP would again like to emphasize its support of authorial voice and identity. Orwell’s famous 1984 seems to be ever relevant as we move into the 21st Century, where we are increasingly asked to speak to anonymous AI voices as we negotiate our daily lives.

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Volume 11 Issue 2 December 2015

Volume 11 Issue 2 December 2015

| December 1, 2015

Download Full PDF Roger Nunn & Colin Toms. Foreword Pi-Hsia Lü, D. Victoria Rau & Yu-Fang Wang. Secretarial Needs in a Bicultural Academic Office Yan Wang. A Hypermodal Analysis of “Care” in Healthcare Communication Ian Done D. Ramos. Error, Register, Grammatical-Rhetorical, and Genre Analyses on Nursing Students’ Case Studies and Thesis Proposals Abbas Mehrabi Boshrabadi, […]

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Volume 11 Issue 1 June 2015

Volume 11 Issue 1 June 2015

| June 4, 2015

Download Full PDF Roger Nunn & Colin Toms. Foreword Bixi Jin. Exploring the development of lexical verbs in academic writing: a multiple-case study of three Chinese novice researchers Tanju Deveci. Communication students’ use of lexis in a writing examination Seyyed Mohammad Alavi & Reza Dashtestani. English for academic purposes (EAP) instructors’ perspectives on the integration […]

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Volume 10 Issue 2 December 2014

Volume 10 Issue 2 December 2014

| December 1, 2014

Download Full PDF Roger Nunn & Colin Toms. Foreword Haiying Feng. Discourse, Knowledge, and Identity: An Autoethnography of Seeking Research Grants in China Laura Ibrayeva & Carol Fuller. The L2 Motivational Self System among Kazakh learners of LSP Immaculée Harushimana. A qualitative study of Proficiency Dilemmas of Korean Registered Nurses (RN) in a BSN Program […]

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2014 Special Issue of The Asian ESP Journal (Greeting the New Age of ESP: Practice, Innovation, and Vision, International Conference on Applied Foreign Languages)

2014 Special Issue of The Asian ESP Journal (Greeting the New Age of ESP: Practice, Innovation, and Vision, International Conference on Applied Foreign Languages)

| August 2, 2014

Full Journal PDF Foreword Winnie Cheng and Amy O. Y. Suen Multimodal analysis of hotel homepages: A comparison of hotel websites across different star categories Ruo-Wan Lei A case study of Taiwanese college teachers group exploring narrative pedagogy Susie Xin Sui Local grammars of phraseologies of movement in financial English. Mei-jung Wang and Lou-hon Sun […]

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Volume 10 Issue 1 June 2014

Volume 10 Issue 1 June 2014

| June 4, 2014

Download Full PDF Foreword A Cross-Disciplinary Analysis of Higher Education Students‘ Perspectives on the Use of E-books for Learning Academic English Revisiting the ESP Teachers‘ Perception of Resilience: A Call for More Professional Development of Teachers Motivation in the ESP Classroom: The Case of Algerian Biomedical Engineering students Research Article Introductions in Applied Linguistics: A […]

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December 2013

| December 2, 2013

December 2013  Summer Edition Volume 9 Issue 3 PDF version Index Foreword. Professor Winnie Cheng Hsiao-I Hou. A Needs Analysis of Culinary Arts Majors’ ESP Learning in Taiwan’s Context Farzana Masroor. Argumentative Strategies of Newspaper Editorials in English across Cultures Aileen Ng, Chan Soon Keng, Chin Soo Fun, Li Shu Yun, and Alvin Leong. Resume […]

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