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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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