Tag: Volume 1 Issue 2 September 2005

Business Communication Textbooks

| September 16, 2005

September 2005 Volume 1 Article 5. Article Title Sino-Finnish E-Mail Project A Teaching Tool for Tertiary Business Communication Course Authors Meiling Wang & Sirkku Aaltonen Biography: Meiling Wang *Address: School of Economics, Shandong University, 27 Shanda Nanlu, Jinan, Shandong Province, P.R. China, 250100. *Brief history of professional expertise: Associate professor of Business English at School […]

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American Culture

| September 5, 2005

September 2005 Volume 1 Article 3. Article Title How American Culture Correlates the Process of Globalization Author Chi-yu Chan Bio Data Chi-yu Chang, Ph.D. is Associate Professor in the Department of Applied English, Ming Chuan University┬áTaiwan Abstract It is arguable that every culture may be deemed a potential but imperfect model that other cultures can […]

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Yang, Ming Nuan. Nursing Pre-Professionals Medical Terminology Learning Strategies

| September 3, 2005

September 2005 Volume 1 Article 1. The Author Ming-Nuan Yang is currently teaching English at Chang Gung Institute of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan. Her research specialization is in foreign language teaching, language learning strategies, and English for specific purposes. The author is a doctoral student in Teaching English as a Second Language at National Cheng-chi University […]

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Dash, Peter. Canada, Venezuaela of the North

| August 29, 2005

September 2005 Volume 1 Article 2. Author Peter Dash Biography: The writer, Peter Dash, MA applied linguistics is a professor, author and conservative environmentalist. He is a principal editor of the Asian Business Journal and Asian EFL Journal (www.asian-efl-journal.com) Asia’s leading on-line academic journal on English instruction. He is a graduate in forestry from the […]

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Babaii, Esmat., & Ansary, Hasan. The Discourse Structure of and Sociopolitical Strictures on TV Commercials

| August 29, 2005

September 2005 Volume 1 Article 4. Title The Discourse Structure of and Sociopolitical Strictures on TV Commercials Authors Esmat Babaii & Hasan Ansary Biography: Esmat Babaii: Ph.D. in TEFL (Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran), EFL instructor (University for Teacher Education, Tehran, Iran), and assistant editor of the Iranian Journal of Applied linguistics Hasan Ansary: Ph.D. in […]

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